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Understanding Autism

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  1. 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, 336pp
  2. Asperger's Syndrome

    Asperger's Syndrome

    A Guide for Parents and Professionals

    Tony Attwood

    Covering the available literature in full, this guide brings together the most relevant and useful information on Asperger's Syndrome, incorporating case studies from the author's own practical experience as a Clinical Psychologist, with examples of, and numerous quotations from people with Asperger's Syndrome. Learn More
    1997, 224pp
  3. 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, 144pp
  4. Asperger's Syndrome

    Asperger's Syndrome

    Diagnosis and Support

    Tony Attwood

    Attwood explains the diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome and how people who have been diagnosed in this way can be supported, and their strengths developed. He covers the theory of mind of those with this challenge and, as he does, his ideas broaden our perception and understanding.The video format enables the viewer to see his ideas in action. Learn More
    1999, VHS video, 8.86in x 6.14in / 225mm x 156mm, 180 minutes, £69.39
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-787-1
  5. A Positive Approach to Autism

    A Positive Approach to Autism

    Stella Waterhouse

    Waterhouse investigates how people with autism perceive the world, and discusses the symptoms, behaviours and possible causes of the condition. She emphasises the importance of taking into account the views of people with autism and their families. This is a practical and sympathetic book, of interest to professionals and non-professionals alike. Learn More
    1999, 384pp
  6. Learning to Live with High Functioning Autism

    Learning to Live with High Functioning Autism

    A Parent's Guide for Professionals

    Mike Stanton

    Intended for the professionals who work with autistic people and their families and friends, Learning to Live with High Functioning Autism draws on the Stanton family's experience, and compares it with the experiences of others, to offer an honest portrayal of what living with autism is actually like for all of those involved. Learn More
    2000, 128pp
  7. Asperger's Syndrome - Crossing the Bridge

    Asperger's Syndrome - Crossing the Bridge

    Tony Attwood and Liane Holliday Willey

    One of the world's leading authorities on Asperger's Syndrome, Dr. Tony Attwood, interviews Dr. Liane Holliday Willey as they discuss her life-time experiences, struggles, and triumphs over this syndrome. Learn More
    2000, VHS video, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 30 minutes, £36.20
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-988-2
  8. Understanding and Working with the Spectrum of Autism

    Understanding and Working with the Spectrum of Autism

    An Insider's View

    Wendy Lawson

    To many of the people the processes by which those with autism make sense of the world around them may seem mysterious. In this book Lawson demonstrates these processes using comparisons from the non-ASD world to help professionals, families and carers to relate to and communicate with people with ASD better. Learn More
    2001, 224pp
  9. Autism - The Search for Coherence

    Autism - The Search for Coherence

    Edited by John Richer and Sheila Coates

    This book takes a multidisciplinary approach to autism, its causes and treatments, bringing together contributors from different fields from around the world. The very latest scientific and clinical research is presented and discussed by experts, and questions such as the structure of thought and the nature of autism are analysed. Learn More
    2001, 532pp
  10. Autistic Thinking

    Autistic Thinking

    This is the Title

    Peter Vermeulen

    To understand the ways people with autism think, Vermeulen argues, we need to try to get inside their world. The latest scientific thinking is clearly explained, and illustrated by numerous personal accounts. This introductory book offers the reader a real window into the autistic mind and the very individual way in which it processes information. Learn More
    2001, 160pp

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