Spectrum women : autism and parenting / Renata Jurkevythz, Maura Campbell, Lisa Morgan ; foreword by Barb Cook.

By: Jurkevythz, Renata.
Contributor(s): Campbell, Maura | Morgan, Lisa 1963-.
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2020Description: 204 pages : 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781787752948.Subject(s): PARENTS WITH AUTISM | MOTHERS | PARENTING | CHILDREN | AUTISM | PERSONAL NARRATIVES
Contents:
Foreword / Barb Cook -- Author's note -- Preface / Renata Jurkevythz -- PART 1: THE AUTISTIC MOTHER -- 1. The journey to motherhood -- 2. Benefits of being autistic -- 3. Challelnges of being autiistic -- 4. Essential tips -- 5. The family -- PART 2: AUTISTIC PARENTING -- 7. Understanding autism -- 8. Identifying auutism in our families -- 9. Providing support -- 10. Interventions -- 11. Non-autistic children -- PART 3: AUTISTICS AND SOCIETY -- 12. Autistic inclusion -- 13. The autism community -- A message to our kids -- References -- Further reading
Summary: "This book looks at what it feels like to be an autistic parent, offering valuable insights, knowledge and wisdom on parenting autistic and non-autistic children. Three mothers reflect on their experiences of growing up as undiagnosed autistics, venturing into and embracing motherhood, and connecting with their children in a unique and powerful way. They offer advice on overcoming the challenges of parenting when you are autistic, such as socialising with other parents or sensory issues that come with excessive touch. Reflecting on their own experiences, they also emphasize the positives of being an autistic parent to an autistic child, such as understanding of why their child is struggling or the open-mindedness that can come from not being constrained by societal norms. They also explain how out-of-the-box thinking leads to creative parenting of non-autistic children, forming strong and loving bonds.Full of wit and warm advice, this book empowers autistic parents and reassures them that autism is a strength in raising their children with love, knowledge and experience, while also giving non-autistic parents and professionals a fresh perspective on helping autistic children to thrive." -- Amazon.com
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Foreword / Barb Cook -- Author's note -- Preface / Renata Jurkevythz -- PART 1: THE AUTISTIC MOTHER -- 1. The journey to motherhood -- 2. Benefits of being autistic -- 3. Challelnges of being autiistic -- 4. Essential tips -- 5. The family -- PART 2: AUTISTIC PARENTING -- 7. Understanding autism -- 8. Identifying auutism in our families -- 9. Providing support -- 10. Interventions -- 11. Non-autistic children -- PART 3: AUTISTICS AND SOCIETY -- 12. Autistic inclusion -- 13. The autism community -- A message to our kids -- References -- Further reading

"This book looks at what it feels like to be an autistic parent, offering valuable insights, knowledge and wisdom on parenting autistic and non-autistic children. Three mothers reflect on their experiences of growing up as undiagnosed autistics, venturing into and embracing motherhood, and connecting with their children in a unique and powerful way. They offer advice on overcoming the challenges of parenting when you are autistic, such as socialising with other parents or sensory issues that come with excessive touch. Reflecting on their own experiences, they also emphasize the positives of being an autistic parent to an autistic child, such as understanding of why their child is struggling or the open-mindedness that can come from not being constrained by societal norms. They also explain how out-of-the-box thinking leads to creative parenting of non-autistic children, forming strong and loving bonds.Full of wit and warm advice, this book empowers autistic parents and reassures them that autism is a strength in raising their children with love, knowledge and experience, while also giving non-autistic parents and professionals a fresh perspective on helping autistic children to thrive." -- Amazon.com

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