About ToyboxUnlimited for Parents

ToyboxUnlimited is the vision of an Autistic woman over the period of a decade. She has watched how the world has grown in opportunities for disabled children, teens, and adults. She has been a volunteer parent educator for more than a decade for parents of disabled children and teens. She decided to take her lifelong personal experiences, personal observations, education, and volunteer work in order to turn it into a series of books.

She created and wrote the Practical Manual series for parents to help them gain a better understanding of their disabled children and teens. It does not include any parenting techniques. However, it focuses on the possibilities of their disabled child and teen. The books offered in these series are Practical Learning Disability Manual, Practical Autism Manual, Practical Asperger Syndrome Manual, Practical Rare Syndrome Manual, Practical Developmental Disabilities Manual, and Practical Down Syndrome Manual.

She is the founder and creator of the Memory Series. The Memory series focuses on teaching Autistic, Autism Spectrum Disorder, PDD, Asperger Syndrome, and ADHD children and teens social stories. They are written in the first person. It focuses on providing insights into every day social interaction in the form of a fiction book. They are for preschoolers, preteens and tweens, and teenagers. The books found in this series are 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 situations with My First Job Memories.

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 is also the author of a cookbook for parents with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, PDD, ADHD, and sensory issues. She recognizes that there are children and teens who restrict their diet due to their disability. She has adapted their favorite recipes into healthier recipes through her cookbook. It is called Quick and Easy Autism Cookbook. Easy Gluten Free Cooking shares easy to prepare wheat free recipes with ingredients which can be located at any grocery store.

Come and learn more about the world of disabled children and teens through Dawn Lucan's books!

About Dawn Lucan

I am a disabled freelance writer living in the East Coast of the United States of America. My hobbies are reading, computer games, and sports when I am not writing.