ANSWERED: Your Most Puzzling Questions about Autism


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My life's mission is to help people with Autism

Would you like to better understand your child with autism?   What they are thinking, how they see you and the world around them?

Would you like to learn how to reduce their frustration and meltdowns?  Improve your relationship with them and show that you truly care in a way that they can understand?  Would you like to make a connection with them in a way that you never have before?  Would you like to find the one key that unlocks their unique ability and allows them to live a life of promise.  Would you like them to have meaningful relationships with others?

All of that is possible with the groundbreaking program "Questions about Autism, Answers that Work"

Tyler McNamer is a remarkable 19 year old who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2. He is a successful author and motivational speaker, and has designed a unique program to help people struggling with autism and give parents, grandparents, and caregivers some insight and tools to improve the life of someone that has autism.

Questions About Autism, Answers that work is an exclusive one hour webinar conducted twice a week by Tyler McNamer. In this one of a kind webinar program, He speaks about autism related topics that have been brought up by his audience.

The topics and outlines for the webinars are written by Tyler, and presented in a question and answer webinar format. They are carefully structured based on his interaction with parents and caregivers who struggle to care for their loved one and his own experiences with autism.

Many times, parents and caregivers ask Tyler about his condition directly and his webinars are centered on them.

So you get to hear Tyler respond to questions like:

• When you were non-verbal, what were your dreams like? Could you speak in them?

• When you were young, that helped you to learn things easier?

Other times they are directed towards his parents, with questions ranging from:

• Did you have special teachers or aids in addition to regular teachers during school hours?

• How best did Tyler learn to deal with teasing and ugly behavior from other students?

• What worked best for you to become more independent, (teachers, music, travel or projects).

• I try give my granddaughter (age 10) as many different experiences as possible to open up the world around her. Do you think this makes any difference as to her development of becoming more aware of her surroundings?

So during the weekly series of webinars where he speaks for 2 hours, Tyler touches on a variety of topics which include:

• The Thinking Process

• Diet and Behavior

• Therapies

• Depression

• Relationships

• Independence

• Medication (Thoughts about Vaccines, and Other Medicine for Autism)

• The Autism Theory, and more


By just tuning into his webinars, you'll get to find answers to some of the most difficult questions about autism. In turn you can take better care of your loved one and make your life with autism more workable.


A letter From Tyler McNamer

One of the most difficult things about autism is having no one to talk to.

Sure, there may be an occasional friend lending a sympathetic ear, or a doctor checking if anything's wrong; however, when it comes to questions about autism and how to deal with it, you're unfortunately staring down a lonely road.

I know this, because I was diagnosed with autism when I was 2 years old.

Hi, I'm Tyler McNamer and thank you very much for taking your time out to look at my page and wanting to learn about autism.

I'm the author of the runaway bestseller Population One: Autism, Adversity and The Will To Succeed. I'm also a motivational speaker and , oh yeah, I just turned 19!

Some call me an overachiever, especially considering my age and disability. However, I believe my autism to be a gift, which has been instrumental in driving me towards success and perfection .

Growing up with autism though was not easy. I always seemed to have questions about myself and my condition yet no one would ever talk to me. Even when they did, it felt contrived despite their good intentions, because they just couldn't understand what was going on in my mind.

My parents however were far worser off. They couldn't fathom what was happening to their son;

• Why I was I throwing a fit?

• Why was I biting my nails and having a meltdown “out of the blue”, and how to manage it?

• What is the best way for them to talk to me so that I feels loved and heard ?

While doctors could tell them what was physically and psychologically right/wrong with me, they rarely ever understood me or what was going through my mind.

If there was someone with autism who had spoken to me and my parents back then, answered our questions, I'm certain a lot of pain and struggles could've been avoided.

That is why I started this weekly series of webinars, which are FREE by the way. I want to answer questions and help people understand autism. This in turn will make them care for their loved one in a better way and reduce the struggle in their lives.

My webinars are simple and straightforward. I answer questions about autism and living with autism; questions which arises in every parent and caregiver's mind. Questions like:

• As a grown man how do you cope with every day living skills?

• What about growing old. What about when your parents are not here?

• Would you live with another person, or you plan on getting married? Having children?

On the other hand, I've also got wonderful parents who are my world and have been instrumental in bringing me up. They too would be sharing their experiences, techniques and ways they helped me and taken care of me.

They answer questions like:

• Each year that Tyler went through elementary school, did you have to " educate" the teachers on About Tyler's specific needs and level of care?

• If you’ve successfully managed to stop engaging in a tic, (for example, picking at fingers, swearing, facial tics, etc.), how have you done so? Or, what do you suppose would be helpful to you in stopping tics that are socially and/or physically destructive to you?

• What can I do as a grandmother to help my 5 yr old grandson who has Autism?

• I would like to know about Tyler's birthday parties? How was the experience?

• My 14 year old grandson was recently diagnosed with Asperger, how similar is that to Autism?

• When you get frustrated because someone cannot understand what you want, what should that person do?


So please do subscribe if you'd like to learn about Autism from someone who has it. And if you have questions you'd like to ask me, please don't hesitate. It's always my pleasure.

Look forward to seeing you online,

Tyler McNamer

Don’t Take My Word For It

"I have an Autistic grandson and after watching your webinars, and reading your book, he has come so far and I am hopeful for so much more."

A Grandmother

"Being Autistic myself and being able to share and to bring awareness so that the world has a better understanding of ones life on the spectrum is powerful... Congratulations..."

John Paul

"It helps us get to know someone who is different someone who's problems out weigh ours many times over. Helps us to feel someone elses pain and begin to have love and compassion for those who are different. Thank you Tyler!"


"Your message is genuine, sincere and you have a very warm heart. As humans we can sometimes become overwhelmed by our emotions, but you've shown that all it takes is determination and a will to help others to become successful in life. Thank you for sharing your story."

Sue Mocker
Life Coach

I Look forward to see you in my live online training program.

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