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What your child on the spectrum really needs : advice from 12 autistic adults / Jenna Gensic.

By: Gensic, Jenna.
Contributor(s): Brown, Lydia | Hillary, Alyssa | Kartje, Ben | Page, Tim | Van de Wetering, Jodie | Gray, Kathy | Wayman, Lydia | Gravino, Amy | King, Brian | Hinkle, Shawna | Bollard, Gavin | Andrews, Angela.
Publisher: Shawnee, KS : AAPC Publishing, 2020Description: 115 pages : illustrations : 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781942197539.Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | PARENTS | PARENT ADVOCACY | SELF ADVOCACY | INTERVENTION | PERSONAL NARRATIVES | MASKING | RELATIONSHIPS | COMMUNICATION | EDUCATIONGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals.
Contents:
Introduction. - 1. The problem with "fixing" your child - an interview with Lydia Brown. - 2. Social integration and the problem with hiding autism - an interview with Alyssa Hillary. - 3. Establishing a safe environment at home and at school - an interview with Ben Kartje. - 4. Social manuals, executive functioning and meditation - an interview with Tim Page. - 5. Motor planning, sensory processing and cognitive behavioral therapy - an interview with Jode Van de Wetering. - 6. "Correcting" autistic behavior and the ethical challenges of autism therapy - an interview with Kathy Gray. - 7. Forging relationships - an interview with Lydia Wayman. - 8. Friendship and sexuality throughout adolescence - an interview with Amy Gravino. - 9. Redefining communication - an interview with Brian King. - 10. The empathy myth and educational advocacy - an interview with Shawna Hinkle - 11. Succeeding in the workplace - an interview with Gavin Bollard. - 12. Pushing your child's limits - an interview with Angela Andrews. - 13. Themes that emerged from the interviews. - 14. Advice from 12 autistic adults. - Advice to parents. - Advice to autistics. - 15. Teaching self-advocacy: advice from the autistic community.
Summary: This information is especially important to parents and caregivers of autistic children who may not realize how their vigorous attempts to do what is "best" for their children are actually having a negative impact on their social/emotional development. It is based on the personal experiences of the contributors, divulging what has helped or hurt them as they navigated childhood and adulthood as autistic individuals.--Publisher.
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Introduction. - 1. The problem with "fixing" your child - an interview with Lydia Brown. - 2. Social integration and the problem with hiding autism - an interview with Alyssa Hillary. - 3. Establishing a safe environment at home and at school - an interview with Ben Kartje. - 4. Social manuals, executive functioning and meditation - an interview with Tim Page. - 5. Motor planning, sensory processing and cognitive behavioral therapy - an interview with Jode Van de Wetering. - 6. "Correcting" autistic behavior and the ethical challenges of autism therapy - an interview with Kathy Gray. - 7. Forging relationships - an interview with Lydia Wayman. - 8. Friendship and sexuality throughout adolescence - an interview with Amy Gravino. - 9. Redefining communication - an interview with Brian King. - 10. The empathy myth and educational advocacy - an interview with Shawna Hinkle - 11. Succeeding in the workplace - an interview with Gavin Bollard. - 12. Pushing your child's limits - an interview with Angela Andrews. - 13. Themes that emerged from the interviews. - 14. Advice from 12 autistic adults. - Advice to parents. - Advice to autistics. - 15. Teaching self-advocacy: advice from the autistic community.

This information is especially important to parents and caregivers of autistic children who may not realize how their vigorous attempts to do what is "best" for their children are actually having a negative impact on their social/emotional development. It is based on the personal experiences of the contributors, divulging what has helped or hurt them as they navigated childhood and adulthood as autistic individuals.--Publisher.

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