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Through the eyes of aliens

By: O'Neil, Jasmine Lee.
Publisher: London Jessica Kingsley 1998Description: 144 p. : ill.ISBN: 1853027103.Subject(s): AUTISM | AUTOBIOGRAPHY | POETRYSummary: The book contains a wealth of insight into the autistic world and the author covers all the main topics of most concern for people with autism. She identifies the reasons for particular characteristic behaviour and both clear and sensitive about whether, and if how so, the autistic person should be encourage to adapt such behaviours. Drawn from her own experience, she has many suggestions for ways in which the 'normal' world can shape itself to work around the behavourial characteristics of autistic people. Her book is for anyone who is interested in learning more about autism, including families, and friends of autistic people, doctors and therapists and all those who work with them. It will also prove a source of inspiration to autistic people themselves. [AJ].
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The book contains a wealth of insight into the autistic world and the author covers all the main topics of most concern for people with autism. She identifies the reasons for particular characteristic behaviour and both clear and sensitive about whether, and if how so, the autistic person should be encourage to adapt such behaviours. Drawn from her own experience, she has many suggestions for ways in which the 'normal' world can shape itself to work around the behavourial characteristics of autistic people. Her book is for anyone who is interested in learning more about autism, including families, and friends of autistic people, doctors and therapists and all those who work with them. It will also prove a source of inspiration to autistic people themselves. [AJ].

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