About Dawn Lucan's Writing
I am a person who loves to write and share ideas with other people. Also, I love to research new topics. Over time, discovered that I had practical ideas and advice for others. Some of my ideas saved me money or aggreviation over time. I thought to put my ideas into the written form, so I could help others. As a result, I became a volunteer parent educator focusing on disabled children.
She is a freelance writer and author. She primarily focuses on disability related issues with her writing. She writes in a practical and easy to understand method basic disability issues. She uses a combination of her education, personal life experiences, and parent educator background while writing books to help others.
She is the founder and creator of the Memory series. It is a series of social story fiction books written for Autistic, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD, and Persuasive Developmental Disorder children and teens. The books focus on teaching them appropriate behavior and language for every day social situations in life. Her books include books for preschoolers, middle schoolers, and teenagers. Some of her books include Adventure Memories for Girls (preteen and tween girls), Daily Adventure Memories (preteens and tweens), My Moving Memories (preteens and tweens), Preschool Memories of my Childhood, and Memories of my Childhood (teenagers). Teenagers can learn the basics of job hunting vocabulary and social situations with My First Job Memories.
She has also written some easy to read manuals for disabled kids such as Practical Learning Disability Manual, Practical Autism Manual, Practical Asperger Syndrome Manual, Practical Developmental Disabilities Manual, and Practical Down Syndrome Manual. Practical Rare Syndrome Manual focuses on general advice to help parents with finding resources and help for their disabled child who has a rare medical diagnosis.
Practical Geek College Life Guide is written for college bound juniors and seniors in high school. It helps helps walk them through the college admission process from campus tours to basic college life. It includes a glossary and helpful website resources. It is for teens diagnosed with ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD, and High Functioning Autism.
She has written two books for teachers regarding disabled students. She has written Practical Teacher's IEP Manual which focuses on basic issues regarding the Individual Education Plan. She has also written Practical Teacher's Autism Manual which focuses on Asperger's Syndrome, Autististic, and Autism Spectrum Disroder students.
She is also the author of two cookbooks. Her Quick and Easy Autism Cookbook includes adapted common every day recipes Autistic and Asperger Syndrome children and teens love in a healthier way for them. Her other cookbook is Simply Gluten Free Cooking has low cost and easy to find ingredient at any local grocery store wheat free recipes. Easy Gluten Free Cooking shares easy to prepare wheat free recipes with ingredients which can be located at any grocery store.
Her books are available every day at her author's website at her publisher at a discount. You do not need a membership with the publisher or the website to receive the discount off of her book compared to most major bookstores. You can purchase directly from the publisher. You can also purchase hardcover ebook versions of these books at the publisher website.