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  1.  Deaf Transitions: Images and Origins of Deaf Families, Deaf Communities and Deaf Identities

    Deaf Transitions: Images and Origins of Deaf Families, Deaf Communities and Deaf Identities

    Mairian Corker

    This book is a fascinating exploration of how deaf people place themselves in the contexts of both family and community, and forge their own identities. Corker lets her subjects speak for themselves through original writings and interviews, drawing from a cross-section of deaf society which spans gender, race, culture and sexual orientation. Learn More
    1996, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 223pp, £25.00
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-326-2
  2.  Autism: An Inside-Out Approach

    Autism: An Inside-Out Approach

    An Innovative Look at the 'Mechanics' of 'Autism' and its Developmental 'Cousins'

    Donna Williams

    This book, written by an autistic person for people with autism and related disorders, carers, and the professionals who work with them, is a practical handbook to understanding, living with and working with autism. It shows clearly how the behaviours associated with autism can have a range of different causes. Learn More
    1996, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 336pp
  3.  Anorexics on Anorexia

    Anorexics on Anorexia

    Edited by Rosemary Shelley

    Recovering sufferers of Anorexia Nervosa describe in their own words their personal experiences of this illness, providing not only support for fellow sufferers but also invaluable insights for the families of sufferers and for carers and professionals. Learn More
    1997, 8.50in x 5.43in / 216mm x 138mm, 160pp
  4.  Through the Eyes of Aliens

    Through the Eyes of Aliens

    A Book about Autistic People

    Jasmine Lee O'Neill

    This is a positive description of how it feels to be autistic and how friends, family and professionals can be more sensitive to the needs of autistic people. Lee O'Neill perceives the imagination and keenly-felt sensory world of the autistic person as gifts. She challenges the reader to accept their difference and celebrate their uniqueness. Learn More
    1998, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 144pp, £15.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-710-9
    1998, Ebook, ePUB, 144pp, £15.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-098-9
  5.  Somebody Somewhere

    Somebody Somewhere

    Breaking Free from the World of Autism

    Donna Williams

    This book takes us deeper into Williams' journey. She recounts the funny, sometimes harrowing awakenings arising from sessions with a cognitive psychologist. We travel with her in her breakthroughs in working with autistic children and adults like her, as she finally finds a way of 'simply being' among others, without selling out who she really is. Learn More
    1998, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 208pp
  6.  Like Colour to the Blind

    Like Colour to the Blind

    Soul Searching and Soul Finding

    Donna Williams

    In Donna's relationship with Ian, a man with difficulties related to her own, we watch the two of them break through their rock-solid emotional barriers and dare to defy all the rules imposed by the autistic condition of 'exposure anxiety'. Their struggle is told with Donna's characteristic humour, insight and sense of fragility. Learn More
    1998, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 304pp
  7.  Donna Williams Autobiography, 3-volume set

    Donna Williams Autobiography, 3-volume set

    Somebody Somewhere, Nobody Nowhere and Like Colour to the Blind

    Donna Williams

    This is a 3-volume set comprising the books Nobody Nowhere, Somebody Somewhere and Like Colour to the Blind. Learn More
    1998, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 704pp, £37.50
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-765-9
  8.  Nobody Nowhere

    Nobody Nowhere

    The Remarkable Autobiography of an Autistic Girl

    Donna Williams

    Nobody Nowhere is an account of the soul of someone who lived the word 'autism' and survived in an unsympathetic environment despite intense inner chaos and incomprehension. It describes how, against the odds, Donna came to live independently, achieve a place at university, and write this remarkable autobiography. Learn More
    1998, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 192pp, £13.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-718-5
    2009, Ebook, PDF, 192pp, £13.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-579-3
  9.  Discovering My Autism

    Discovering My Autism

    Apologia Pro Vita Sua (With Apologies to Cardinal Newman)

    Edgar Schneider

    Edgar Schneider is believed to be a high-functioning autistic with attention deficit disorder. In this book he reflects on his experiences and memories of his childhood and teenage years as a clever and artistic loner. He explains how in order to experience 'emotions' such as grief, sympathy or desire, he must intellectualise or aestheticise them. Learn More
    1999, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 144pp
  10.  Lifemaps of People with Learning Disabilities

    Lifemaps of People with Learning Disabilities

    Barry Gray and Geoff Ridden

    This book contains 14 biographies written by people of all ages who have a learning disability. The authors discuss how these stories might be representative of other people with learning disabilities and what key themes may be identified from the stories. The pictorial form is accessible to people with learning disabilities. Learn More
    1999, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 144pp

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