We have a 4 year old non-verbal boy on the spectrum and my husband especially has trouble knowing what to do with him and how to interact with him when they spend time together, since our son doesn't really pretend play and is extremely active. Since he can't communicate very well it can be very hard to play with and engage him. This book is just what I was looking for to help my husband, myself and our nanny come up constructive activities to do with him that are not only fun, but educational and interactive as well. When he's not in school the days can be very long. He has no interest in watching TV or movies whatsoever, which some might say is a good thing, but it can also make for some very long days sometimes and when he gets bored, no one is happy. This is a very well written book by someone who clearly knows what they're talking about. I love how it's divided up into helpful sections based on age and on what is appropriate for what types of children. What my husband likes about it is he doesn't have to sit and read the whole book, he can flip through it and find an activity (usually while he's in the loo) and try it with our son later. Super easy! I'm so grateful for people who use their experience and take the time to write books like this for parents like us who only have one child and that child has autism and sensory issues. Thank you!