Review by: Julie Summers, Midwest Book Review
"Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Autism Intervention Every Day!: Embedding Activities in Daily Routines for Young Children and Their Families" is thoroughly 'user friendly' in tone, content, organization and presentation making it ideal for use by professionals and non-specialist general readers working with autistic children in family, day care, or preschool, or elementary school settings."
Review by: Eithne O'Leyne, ProtoView
"This unique book incorporates research, coaching, a variety of evidence-based strategies, and a problem-solving approach with vignettes from the authors’ many years of experience."
Review by: Deborah Chen, Professor, Department of Special EducationCalifornia State University, Northridge
"A significant developmentally appropriate and disability specific resource for early interventionists serving toddlers with ASD and their families! Crawford and Weber provide meaningful interventions within natural home routines to promote development of key areas that may be influenced by autism."
Review by: Debra Leach, Associate Professor of Special Education, Winthrop University
'This user-friendly book will help readers use research-based practices to address common challenges faced by young children with ASD in practical and meaningful ways while supporting their learning and engagement during daily routines and activities.'
Review by: Mary Jo Noonan, Professor of Special Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa
'This is a highly practical resource that early interventionists will share extensively with families, highlighting how family members can carry through with interventions as they move through their typical day.'
Review by: Jane Squires, Professor, Director, Center on Human Development, Early Intervention Program, University of Oregon
'This is a dense, focused book that will be extremely valuable for interventionists and others involved with young children with ASD—for supporting parents, giving providers information and ideas for embedding practice opportunities in daily routines, and for planning and implementing effective interventions with families in everyday settings.'