Infused with rare insights into the impetus behind autistic behaviors, The Fabric of Autism weaves the various threads of autism into a "makes-sense" theory, hard won through personal experience and decades of study. From neuroscientific research, explanations of developmental processes and clinical outcomes emerge the probable causes of autism. This book is both a significant clinical work and a moving memoir that illuminates the humanity hidden beneath the bewildering facade of autism.
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I am a retired public school educator.
I met this extraordinary woman 15 years ago. After listening to for two hours I was moved to study her remarquable HANDLE activities to help my self and my special needs students. This book is like having her eyes to help us view the world of those whose lives are trying so desperately to show us what they really need.
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