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T. Mullins

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  • The Autism Revolution: Whole-Body Strategies for Making Life All It Can Be

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Karen Weintraub, Martha Herbert
    • Narrated By Denice Stradling
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    After years of treating patients and analyzing scientific data, prominent Harvard researcher and clinician Dr. Martha Herbert offers a revolutionary new view of autism and a transformative strategy for dealing with it. In The Autism Revolution, she teaches you how to approach autism as a collection of problems that can be overcome - and talents that can be developed. Each success you achieve gives your child more room to become healthy and to thrive.

    T. Mullins says: "Relevant and up to date. Great Resource"
    "Relevant and up to date. Great Resource"
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    What did you love best about The Autism Revolution?

    The author is well researched and puts the complex subject of Autism into a format that is easily understood. She takes a ground zero approach and builds on the body from the foundation up. She looks for small victories that can be leveraged to help the child become better for themselves. At the same time it helps the parents give their child a chance to experience small moves in a positive direction where they can explore and express themselves. Thank you!


    Which scene was your favorite?

    When the teacher Judy with autism goes into a classroom. She sees a child disrupting the entire class. The teacher in to room tries to "control" the child. Judy steps in and sees the world from the childs perspective. She gets the child to a place where he is comfortable enough to begin to be a part of the classroom by jumping with him. This simple yet not fighting the flow approach helped everyone in the room. We need more of that. We need to get to the level of the "autistic" and learn from them, not FORCE them to be a part of our neuro-typical world.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

    Parallel Universe. The joining of two different views.


    3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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