Thank you Diana Twachtman-Cullen & Autism Spectrum Quarterly, for your review of Autism Tomorrow in ASQ! Bill Davis, my co-author of Autism Tomorrow, our manual for the transition to adulthood, and I our very honored and grateful to Diana for her review of our book, Autism Tomorrow in the Autism Spectrum Quarterly’s Spring 2011 Issue.  We are especially pleased to be featured in the same issue with the winner of ASQ’s 6th Annual “Kids on the Cover” Contest.  For more info or to subscribe, please go to or  For info about Autism Tomorrow, please visit us at

Autism Spectrum Quarterly: You’ll find the best of both worlds in the one and only autism MAGAJOURNAL® – Human-interest and how-to articles, AND the latest, bottom-line information on important findings from research studies.  The February issue features articles on typical siblings’ attitudes toward their brothers and sisters with ASD; iPad use in the preschool classroom; a new generation of positive behavioral support; and lots of information on adolescents and young adults, including: guiding young people with ASD through the maze of social media and preparing them for life after high school. You’ll also find ASQ’s editors’ picks for exceptional resources, such as Dr. Twachtman-Cullen’s review of Autism Tomorrow, the book that will ensure that all of your child’s “todays” prepare him or her for tomorrow. ASQ is also available in select Barnes & Noble and Borders Bookstores.