We are two sisters with more than 70 years of combined experience focused on Autism Spectrum Disorder! Barbara is a nationally known autism specialist with more than forty-six years of experience in education, training, and consultation. Emily is the mother of a son with autism who has inspired her professional career and involvement in many different areas of the autism field, including safety and advocacy.
Emily hizo la traducción de Trastornos del Espectro de Autismo de la A a la Z en 2005. Lamentablemente, este libro premiado se ha agotado y no esta disponible. A lo mejor Emily puede hacer una versión nueva en el futuro.
Emily translated Autism A to Z and published Los Trastornos del Espectro de Autismo de la A a la Z in 2005. Unfortunately this award-winning book is now out of print. Emily hopes to do an updated version sometime in the future.
Barbara T. Doyle MS is an author, educator, trainer, keynote presenter, and consultant with 46 years of experience. Ms. Doyle provides information, training, technical assistance, and consultation services to families, schools, organizations, service providers, and other groups. She is an engaging trainer known for her practical, ready-to-use information, delivered with humor and humanity. Visit her website for great handouts and much more information.
Emily Iland, M.A. is an award-winning author, researcher, advocate and leader in the autism field. As Tom’s mom she brings personal experience and insight to her professional roles. Emily also custom-designs innovative curriculum, programs and presentations for agencies and organizations across the country. She is best known for BE SAFE The Movie, an educational program that teaches youth with disabilities how to interact safely with the police. Visit her website for more information.
Tom Iland has worked hard to overcome challenges presented by his Autism Spectrum Disorder. His achievements include graduating from Cal State University Northridge, becoming a Certified Public Accountant, and working in corporate America. Tom is now pursuing a professional career as a speaker and trainer sharing insights and practical advice with the Autism community. Visit his website for more information.