Daughter – That’s Me!
By Amelia Dorsey-Crawford
A young girl who has been diagnosed with Autism faces many challenges throughout her day, but she gets through it all with encouragement and words of affirmations from her therapists, teachers and most importantly- family! Book includes an activity page at the end to involve the entire family.
Available in paperback, hardcover and eBook. Also includes a free engagement activity for nonverbal children.
Amelia Dorsey Crawford, M. Ed
Amelia Dorsey-Crawford was born the eldest of three in Omaha, NE. She attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha where she majored in Journalism. Due to her desire to serve, she decided to switch careers and became involved in social services specifically serving those with disabilities. While in college she worked in a residential / group home setting where she modeled self care and taught life skills to residents with autism, schizophrenia and other developmental and intellectual disabilities. In 2014, Crawford got her Masters in Special Education at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. She currently is still teaching students of all abilities and still resides in Phoenix with her husband and her own awesome, spectacular- daughter who, along with her students inspired this book.
What’s Next for Amelia
Well she is currently working on a second book called, “Mina Ballerina.” This book will also include a form of PEC cards so non verbal children can enjoy along with a vocabulary section. This book is all about body positivity for young girls and overcoming stereotypes that people may infer based on a person’s size.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO…
Let the world know you are an Awesome Spectacular Daughter! Whether you’re neurodivergent or neurotypical we all deserve a little self love and to boast about how awesome and spectacular we truly are!
Youth Sizes only
Children sizes only XS – XL Ships in the United States only. Size chart below. Price includes shipping and handling. Once Payment is received please fill out the form below. Items will be should be received in 7-14 business days.
A Few Facts About Autism
1 in 144 girls are diagnosed with autism; compared to 1 in 54 boys being diagnosed.
40% of people who are diagnosed with autism are nonverbal.
On average, autism costs an estimated $60,000 a year through childhood, with the bulk of the costs in special services and lost wages related to increased demands on one or both parents.
African American children are 5x more likely to be misdiagnosed as having a behavior disorder than being correctly diagnosed with autism.
Just Like Me Presents…
Author Interview with Michelle Person
Get to know the author in this intimate interview. Crawford gives more details on why she wrote the book, what inspired her and future projects.
Reviews for Awesome Spectacular Daughter – That’s ME!
*Reviews from Goodreads and Amazon Customers*
“A Great Heart Warming Story”
“Great and Easy To Read”