Tami was recently interviewed by Tracee Gleichner of Examiner.com regarding her writing style and the process she went through while writing “Coming Through The Fog.”
Here are a few select questions and answers:
On how she came up with the book title:
This is how we came up with the title of the book. Heather had a bad day at work and was telling me about it. She felt bad because of conversation amongst some co-workers and she said to me, “I wish I was still in a fog because then I wouldn’t know they were talking about me.” She felt like she was in a fog hence, Coming Through the Fog.
On what inspires her writing:
My daughter Heather inspired me to write. To see her overcome such obstacles, medically, educationally and socially in order to achieve functioning recovery, I had to share it with others.
Read the entire interview here.
The Between The Covers blog recently published a profile on Tami, her work, and her book, “Coming Through The Fog.”
An excerpt from the article:
The most important thing in my life is …..
I love to travel to …..
Exotic places, I use to be a travel agent and have traveled around the world.
In my spare time, I ….
. travel, read, swim in the summer.
One thing I learned about life was …..
If you dream it, you can make it a reality
The sole mission I am on this earth is to …..
Bring awareness of the benefits of Sensory Integration, CranioSacral therapy and Bio-Medical supports as key tools in achieving Functioning Recovery from Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Read the full story at Between The Covers.
Tami recently was interviewed by the Special Needs Kids Talk Radio Network.
Together mother and daughter learned from their OT how a Sensory Diet, CranioSacral Therapy, and Bio-Medical Therapies can lead to Functioning Recovery. Tami navigated the public school environment and the medical community to get the right support for Heather, who overcame many obstacles.
Listen to the interview: