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June 14, 2021 – The Brett Snodgrass Podcast

The Brett Snodgrass Podcast - Ep 24: Dr. Eric Weiss

Raising a child with autism is a life-altering experience with many challenges that most people don't understand. There are few places to turn to for answers when trying to navigate this unique parenting roadmap. Autism doesn't just affect the child; it affects the whole family.

May 2, 2021 – The Florida Times-Union

Bookmarks: Author signings and events, virtual events and more

“Educating Marston,” raising a child with autism, by Jacksonville authors Christine and Eric Weiss.

April 22, 2021 – CEOWORLD magazine

April is Autism Awareness Month. The Center for Disease Control defines autism as “a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication, and behavioral challenges.” One in 54 kids are autistic and whether your child is autistic or not, everyone knows someone with an autistic child.   Talking about autism normalizes it.

April 20, 2020 – EHealth Radio

Dr Eric Weiss, the Founder of Northeast Florida Plastic Surgery Center and the Co-author of the upcoming book Educating Marston joins eHealth Radio and the Autistic Syndrome and Health News Channels.

April 15th 2021 - eHealth Radio Network

Dr Eric Weiss, the Founder of Northeast Florida Plastic Surgery Center and the Co-author of the book Educating Marston joins eHealth Radio and the Autistic Syndrome and Health News Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guests Dr. Eric Weiss discuss the following:

June 14, 2021 – Julie Summers' Bookshelf

Educating Marston: A Mother and Son's Journey Through Autism

An inherently fascinating and ultimately inspiring story for the parents of autistic children, "Educating Marston: A Mother and Son's Journey Through Autism" is an extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to community, college and university library Autism collections and supplemental studies curriculums. 

May, 2021 – Maria’s Space

Tips For Parenting A Child With Autism

 The Center for Disease Control defines autism as "a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication, and behavioral challenges." It estimates that about one in 54 kids are autistic and explains that autism's found in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. Whether your child is autistic or not, you shouldn't ignore the subject. Talking about autism normalizes it. 

April 21, 2021 – Red Box Wellness

New Book “Educating Marston” Provides Hope for Anyone Struggling to Find Answers Raising a Child with Autism

Everyone experiences happiness and sorrow, anger, joy, fear, surprise, loneliness. Kids on the spectrum feel just as deeply, but they often sound different, have more issues with confidence, and they don’t know what comes after “hi,” making their ability to focus and succeed in social situations hard. 

April 14th 2021 – The Californer

Authors Christine (Chris) Weiss and Dr. Eric Weiss announce the release of their new book "Educating Marston" to help those that care for a child struggling with these emotions, and provide them with a hope for healing.

May 8, 2021 – CEOWORLD magazine

Mother’s Day is this weekend and being a mom can be the hardest job in the world, especially as you are juggling your personal and professional life as a CEO. However, as a new mom being told that your child will be born autistic, your world will change. Autism moms and special needs mothers in general may just be the hardest working moms in this world.

April 26, 2021 – Goodreads

Autism awareness is so important. Families being open and sharing true heartache along with a powerful journey can bring so much impact to the world. I’m am appreciative of the authors for being so detailed in explaining methods that look to be extremely beneficial.

April 21, 2021 – The Magazine Plus

New Book “Educating Marston” Provides Hope for Anyone Struggling to Find Answers Raising a Child with Autism

Everyone experiences happiness and sorrow, anger, joy, fear, surprise, loneliness. Kids on the spectrum feel just as deeply, but they often sound different, have more issues with confidence, and they don’t know what comes after “hi,” making their ability to focus and succeed in social situations hard. 

April 14th 2021 – The Californer

New Book "Educating Marston" Provides Hope for Anyone Struggling to Find Answers Raising a Child with Autism

Everyone experiences happiness and sorrow, anger, joy, fear, surprise, loneliness. Kids on the spectrum feel just as deeply, but they often sound different, have more issues with confidence, and they don't know what comes after "hi," making their ability to focus and succeed in social situations hard.