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Autism, A Holistic Approach
352 pages
Autism, A Holistic Approach

This new third edition covers recent developments in diagnostic methods and approaches to treatment, including new case studies and a new chapter looking at the sensory aspect of autism and Sensory Integration Therapy.

Autism
102 pages
Autism

Examines the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of autism.

Autism, A Holistic View
174 pages
Autism, A Holistic View

Much of the recent research in autism comes from a scientific viewpoint. The mission of this book, however, is to look at the whole picture in order to capture the meaning of Autism and its effects on the family.

Autism
32 pages
Autism

Discusses the causes, treatments, and symptoms of autism, and discusses some of the common behaviors of people with autism.

Autism, The Facts
113 pages
Autism, The Facts

A book for parents explaining what is known about autism. Written in a question and answer format.

Autism Books - News


Comic book creator breaks ground with autistic hero
Inside Planet X Comics in York, you will find your traditional comics, but there is one comic book on the shelves that stands alone. Its writer may be unknown, but his story is starting to open some eyes. "I definitely see it has the potential to

'Baby-sitters Club' author Ann M. Martin talks tackling autism in new novel ...
There's much more to Ann M. Martin than the bestselling Baby-sitters Club books. An extraordinarily prolific author, she's penned over a dozen novels for young readers over the past 10 years — though perhaps none as topical as her latest, Rain Reign.

'Half World,' by Scott O'Connor
'Half World,' by Scott O'Connor where he has been reassigned. While Henry's wife, Ginnie, seems to take it in stride, it's a difficult move for 10-year-old Hannah, bereft of her social circle, and supersensitive 7-year-old Thomas, whose behavior suggests autism. Continue reading

Weekend Reading: Tunisia's Dying Film Industry, Love and Autism, Famous ...
Weekend Reading: Tunisia's Dying Film Industry, Love and Autism, Famous ... For a rich, sweet Valentine's-weekend read, consider “Navigating Love and Autism,” a 2011 Times narrative by Amy Harmon. As if through a zoomed-in lens, she tells the story of how Jack Robison and Kirsten Lindsmith, teen-agers with Asperger's syndrome, 

Temple Grandin returning to SIUE
She has authored several other books about autism including “Thinking in Pictures,” “Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism,” “Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships,” “The Way I see It: A