Autism Book - The Gaston Triplets - Three Times the Love

The Gaston’s Autism Book – Raising Multiples With Autism

Three Times the Love

The powerfully moving story of one family’s journey toward healing their triplet sons with autism – their decision to document their journey and share their outcomes in this inspirational award-winning autism book

Lynn and Randy Gaston were thrilled to discover they were having triplets boys. But at eighteen months, their three boys began showing odd new behaviors.  Among them, toe-walking, arm-flapping, and in Nicholas, a sudden muteness. Lynn began researching their new behaviors on the Internet. The same glaring diagnosis kept popping up over and over again.  All of their sons were displaying symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or autism.  Each child was on a different point of the autism spectrum.

While receiving little support from their own pediatrician, Randy and Lynn hired their own therapists.  Also, their therapies were not covered by their health insurance. While there are many challenges that parents will face with an autism diagnosis, the Gaston’s award-winning autism book documents how they were able to face them head on.  Families can use this book as a trail guide as they navigate the unfamiliar terrain autism creates.

In addition, this book offers advice ranging from educational programs to legal issues.  As well as comprehensive assessment of the therapies and interventions that have worked for their three sons.  Rather than leave future families in the dark to try and navigate autism, Three Times the Love provides a road map for all families to follow. Thus filled with practical advice and an extensive resource list, it is an must-have guide for any family whose been touched by autism.

Autism 2017

Since their diagnosis in 2006, the cost to raise one (1) child with autism has escalated from $1.5 million to $2.4 million dollars over their entire lifetime.

The Gaston triplets were diagnosed in 2006 with autism, the numbers of children diagnosed at that time were 1 in 150 children between the ages of 3 and 17, today the numbers have increased exponentially to 1 in 68 for boys and 1 in 169 for girls.

Finally, there has never been a more timely written novel to help parents understand what autism is and learn how one family advocated to ensure that their sons received the best services possible; for the best possible outcome.  Follow The Gaston’s through their journey in this heartwarming autism book.  “Three Times the Love” is available on Hardcover, Paperback and ePub on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Google Store and iTunes.

Lynn and Randy Gaston are noted advocates for Autism Awareness.  Their triplet sons, Nicholas, Hunter and Zachary, were diagnosed several years ago with varying degrees of autism.   The Gastons’ story has been featured on Good Morning America and The Today Show, and CNN.  They have also been featured in print in The Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun.  The Gastons live in Howard County, Maryland.  Their heartwarming autism book “Three Times the Love: Finding Answers and Hope for our Triplets with Autism” has won the prestigious Mom’s Choice Gold Award and continues to inspire families touched by autism today.  “Three Times The Love” has received a four-star rating on Amazon.com.

"This is a book that certainly comes along at the right time.  It not only offers parents appropriate therapies / interventions, it offers them hope for the future".

Suzy Cohen, R Ph.

Author of The 24-Hour Pharmacist and Drug Muggers

Three Times the Love is a recipient of the prestigious Mom's Choice Award. The Mom's Choice Awards honors excellence in family-friendly media, products and services.

Mom's Choice Awards Gold Recipient