Understanding Autism: Useful Information for Dealing with Autism from Parents who Have Lived with it 24/7 with Four Children in the Autistic

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UNDERSTANDING AUTISM allows for a greater understanding of autistic children and their families. This book is a very practical guide, spoken in plain English for the rest of us It is for anyone who may ever come into contact with autistic children; and being that the autistic are unrecognizable at first glance, this book is for everyone Parents can get so much helpful information from co-author, Lori Rakieski, who has 4 autistic children of her own. Police, Firefighters and other Emergency Personnel can learn invaluable information on how to find lost autistic children and how to deal with them when they encounter them. Social Workers, Caretakers, Teachers, and Physical and Sensory Therapists can use this book to better understand the parents' perspective in what they are going through. This book has 166 pages of sincere, heartfelt and valuable information that will help autistic children to live normal lives, while enabling society, in general, come to understand and have greater patience for the autistic.

Author: Lori Rakieski, Robert S. Nahas
Publisher: Prominent Books, LLC
Published: 01/02/2010
Pages: 178
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.47lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.38d
ISBN13: 9780980070538
ISBN10: 0980070538
BISAC Categories:
- Family & Relationships | Parenting | General
- Psychology | Psychopathology | Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Family & Relationships | Children with Special Needs

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