Paperback: £19.99 / $34.95
2010, 263 x 210mm, 360pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-087-6, BIC 2: JMC
'Teachers, students and family members will find this well-researched and clearly written volume a valuable aid to understanding the condition, recognising symptoms and helping autistic children to succeed in education... Topics are broken down into easily referenced chunks, and throughout the book there are helpful quotes, examples of real situations and longer case studies.'
- Special Magazine
'This well-researched book provides a much needed opportunity for professionals working in the field of autism, third-sector staff, students and affected family members to access impartial, accurate and up-to-date knowledge of the Autism Spectrum across a wide range of topics...'
- Professor Aline-Wendy Dunlop, National Centre for Autism Studies (NCAS), University of Strathclyde.
'The Autism Spectrum in the 21st Century is an essential compendium for everyone working with or supporting someone with an autism spectrum condition. It is a meaty book with nine very full and well researched chapters... a must have manual which is extraordinarily good value.'
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