Founder of Autism in Classrooms, Jeannette Magaro, is a mother of a child on the spectrum. After many years of seeking treatment for his behaviors, her son was diagnosed at the late age of ten years old. Faced with so many emotions combined with struggling with the social stigma of autism has Magaro drafted a book titled "My Life with Gary." The thoughts she had were reflections of her days with her son. Initially, the project started as thoughts, and then she turned to her son for insight as the book went through edits. The dual co-authored and illustrated "My Life with Gary" and published the book with the help of Orison Publishing. She soon learned that there was a bigger calling beyond writing and publishing this thought. Autism in Classrooms was created to help other families struggling with the diagnosis and acceptance within their communities.
Magaro quickly recognized that her book needed to be in mainstream classrooms to educate on Autism so that other children would accept children that may benefit from a general understanding for these children to be accepted.
The book prepares students, teachers, parents, coaches, and everyone with the basic knowledge that includes how a child-like Luciano is just like other kids but in some ways different. The book provides the insight that so many desire to understand how their complex mental processes. If you have not received a copy of the book, you will want to know, just who is Gary?
"My Life with Gary" can be purchased in bulk by contacting us, or individual copies can be purchased on Amazon Prime or Barnes and Noble.
Young Luciano gives one of his heroes a copy of his book and tells him he knows his story. Ben Carson replies with "Then you know you can do anything!"
President and Founder, Jeannette Magaro and Board Member and Chair of Distribution Stacy Durbin honored as Women of Influence.
President and Founder of Autism in Classrooms receives a prestigious Healthcare Hero Award from Central Penn Business Journal for Advocacy. Left to Right, Damaris Rodriguez, Arianna Magaro, Jeannette Magaro, Luciano Magaro, and Marsha Blessing.
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