Do you have autism and need information on community resources?
Do you care for a child or spouse with autism…and YOU need a support group?
Do you seek the latest autism research?
Are you a senior, a veteran, or a person with a disability who needs help paying to remodel your home for easier access?
Maybe you’ve read (or tried to read) about federal grants that can help you make your home more user friendly.
The trouble? Much of the information available is written in a way that’s hard to understand. Who wants to slog through pages of federal jargon? It can make you feel like giving up on finding help.
Well, help is here…in plain English. Visit Expertise.com for a clearly-written guide to federal grants that can help you pay for upgrades to make your home user friendly.
Interview with autism expert, author and lecturer, James Williams, on May 28, 2014
Katie: Welcome to Milwaukee, James! Thanks for meeting with me today.
James: Yes! I’m glad to be here!
Katie: You co-wrote your first book, The Self-Help Guide for Special Kids and Their Parents, at age 8, and it was published when you were 11.
Also, you began your public speaking at age 11. Tell me the story of how you decided to write books and lecture.
James: Well, you probably noticed in the question that the public speaking career and the book publication happened at the same time.
And that is not coincidental. In fact, ask any author or even movie star and they’ll tell you the publication of a book or the release of a movie usually triggers a speaking or presenting career. More
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