Since 2012, Autism Parenting Magazine has been providing expert advice from its team of respected professionals. The new editor brings nine years of industry experience to her position to benefit the role of the magazine.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2020 / Autism Parenting Magazine is pleased to announce the hire of a new editor to join the publication's staff. Emily Ansell Elfer joins a group of dedicated professionals who research, write, and publish hundreds of informative articles for the benefit of families affected by autism. The magazine's focus since it launched in 2012 is to provide support and reassurance to parents of autistic children of all ages. Advice is delivered by a team of professionals respected in their fields, ranging from tips for handling transitions, to solutions for dealing with sensory issues. Topics are covered by article contributions from parents, doctors, professional therapists, and other autism experts.
Emily brings nine years of editorial and journalism experience working in a range of niche publications. Her most recent role was at Where Women Work, where she created articles celebrating women's careers and developed features for clients looking to attract and retain talented female employees. Emily has previously been the editor of a group of food magazines, managing online and print content, as well as deputy editor for Toy World Magazine.
Over the years, the monthly digital magazine has published hundreds of articles on a variety of subjects, designed to provide support and reassurance to parents of autistic youngsters. In addition to the many magazine articles, the publication promotes a strong sense of community among parents of children with autism. The guidance and support of parents can help to enhance the potential of every youngster with autism, and the magazine has become a vital resource for parents in every part of the globe.
The resources available through the magazine help children with autism improve social skills and communication, decrease challenging behaviors, sensory sensitivities, and gastrointestinal discomfort. The magazine hopes to increase awareness and acceptance of autism, as well as to supply information about safe choices, so autistic people and their parents can make decisions based on individual circumstances.
More details are available at https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/
About the Magazine:
Autism Parenting Magazine is an award-winning publication founded in 2012. Its focus is on improving the quality of life for those affected by autism. The publication objectively publishes topics, events, developments, treatments, news stories related to autism, and real-life success stories and experiences. Articles are aimed at parents of children at all ages ranging from toddlers through to those preparing for adulthood.
SOURCE: Autism Parenting Magazine
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