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Autism : meet me who I am : a contribution toward an educational, sensory, and nutritional approach to childhood autism that supports families and ignites the child's deeper wish to connect to people and the world / Lakshmi Prasanna, Michael Kokinos.

By: Prasanna, Lakshmi.
Contributor(s): Kokinos, Michael.
Publisher: Great Barrington, MA : Lindisfarne Books an imprint of SteinerBooks/Anthroposophic Press, 2018Copyright date: 2018Description: 129 pages : illustrations, portraits, 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781584209362.Other title: Meet me who I am.Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | THERAPY
Contents:
Our Stories: The Journey to Meet Autism -- Meet Me Who I Am: Key Ideas -- Travel and Research Years: Early Collaborations -- What the Children Say -- An Overview of Our Approach -- Therapy Directions: Conclusions and Beginnings -- Appendix: Nutrition, Restricted Diet, and Reintegration of Foods.
Summary: "This book is for parents and families, teachers and schools, doctors and therapists who are looking for a deeper understanding of children with autism. The outlook on autism presented here emerges from twenty years of clinical work and individual research by Dr. Lakshmi Prasanna, a developmental pediatrician and neonatologist from India, and Michael Kokinos, an Australian physiotherapist specializing in neurology and the relationship of movement and sensation. They have worked mostly in the rapidly developing cities of South India." - Google Books
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Our Stories: The Journey to Meet Autism -- Meet Me Who I Am: Key Ideas -- Travel and Research Years: Early Collaborations -- What the Children Say -- An Overview of Our Approach -- Therapy Directions: Conclusions and Beginnings -- Appendix: Nutrition, Restricted Diet, and Reintegration of Foods.

"This book is for parents and families, teachers and schools, doctors and therapists who are looking for a deeper understanding of children with autism. The outlook on autism presented here emerges from twenty years of clinical work and individual research by Dr. Lakshmi Prasanna, a developmental pediatrician and neonatologist from India, and Michael Kokinos, an Australian physiotherapist specializing in neurology and the relationship of movement and sensation. They have worked mostly in the rapidly developing cities of South India." - Google Books

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