I am organizing a review opportunity for Notes for Neuro Navigators by Jolene Stockman. Notes for Neuro Navigators is a guide for parents, friends, and carers working with autistic adults which explains how to world looks to autistic individuals and how others can best provide support.
Review copies are available through Netgalley or a watermarked pdf emailed by the author.
“Being autistic is full-on, but being in the life of someone who is autistic? This can be epic, world-changing love.”
In a world built for neurotypicals, how can you help autistic loved ones navigate their way to happiness? Packed with strategies and honest, down-to-earth advice, autistic author Jolene Stockman explores different ways you can boost the autistic in your life: from creating safe spaces and supporting self-care, to changing your own perspective, and advocating for them with others.
Picking up this book is the next step in your journey towards enhancing the lives of autistics – so welcome! It’s time to find out how we can help those we love to navigate the current world, and work together to build a brighter one that supports us all.
About the Author:
Jolene is a multi-award winning TEDx speaker, author, and instructional designer. She is also autistic. After initially struggling with her adult diagnosis, Jolene is now a global educator on diversity and inclusion with the International Indigenous Speakers Bureau. Her first two books about autism are out this year with Jessica Kingsley Publishers (UK). As a working, married, autistic with two children and a degree, Jolene is excited to raise understanding and optimism around neurodivergence.