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I'm Not Strange, I Have Autism: Living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder January 1, 2015

Book I'm Not Strange, I Have Autism: Living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder January 1, 2015

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- Language: Unknown
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:Unknown
- Publisher: village (january 1, 2015) (1605)
- Bestsellers rank: 1
- Category: Other books
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  • By Samantha Terrantroy on July 11, 2015

    This is a great book, it's really helping me to understand my recently diagnosed son, I see many of the behaviours and challenges outlined by people in the book displayed by him. It's a beautiful and honest insight into the life of people with Autism and the everyday challenges they face. Thank you to everyone who contributed, it's a privilege that you have allowed us to share your perspective and I am truly grateful. I will be getting copies for other family members to read and I have recommended it to other friends with kids with ASD.

  • By Richard Thomson on November 22, 2015

    fantastic book - really helps me understand the behaviors of my grandson in a deeper and more understanding manner. Thank you to all the participants for opening up and allowing me to delve deeper into my own behavior.

  • By A. Barrett on March 15, 2015

    Excellent book. It gives the perspective of ASD from several view points, showing how diverse autism can be.

  • By Elise Dupon on January 5, 2015

    This is quite possibly the best book I've read on living with an autism spectrum disorder. There are only a few books on the market that give an insight in life with autism, but none of them are as accurate as this one. As it's written by someone who was diagnosed with an ASD and since it includes so many opinions from her fellow sufferers, it's gives a very well-rounded view of what it's like. I recommend this book to anyone and everyone who knows someone with autism, because due to its practical approaches it becomes very easy to understand the way in which people with ASD think.


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