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I came at this book years ago and then put it down because the diagnosis of my son was new and I was hoping for answers. My thoughts? There are better books out there to explain autism. There are also more interesting personal stories. This might serve well as an introduction, and it carries interest in discovering the wide range of auistic behavior.

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I came at this book years ago and then put it down because the diagnosis of my son was new and I was hoping for answers. My thoughts? There are better books out there to explain autism. There are also more interesting personal stories. This might serve well as an introduction, and it carries interest in discovering the wide range of auistic behavior. Missive rated it really liked it This book blends personal stories of autistic children with what we can learn from them as told by the doctor who treated them.

This book is a series of individual stories, and had a broad spectrum of behaviors. Using snipets of dialogue and real life examples the points the author was trying to convey about how a child on the autism spectrum learns and interacts with the world was very clear.

This was an interesting read and due to the fact it was sectioned off well with well titled chapters, I This book blends personal stories of autistic children with what we can learn from them as told by the doctor who treated them. This was an interesting read and due to the fact it was sectioned off well with well titled chapters, I found it easy to skip around in.

If you want to learn more about how the autistic mind works, read one of her books instead. Jan 17, Steph rated it really liked it This book was easy to read and covered a vast amunt of info about ASD and kids. I enjoyed his style of writing and could feel his respect, compassion and awe through his stories. A great read and very recommended! Apr 04, Jennifer rated it liked it A very compassionate look at autism from a doctor who tries to help people understand how the world is different for people with autism.

Reads rather like whistling in the dark sometimes, although any attempt to make the situation more comprehensible for parents is worthwhile.

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Kat In this compassionate book, leading autism authority Dr. Sally, Ann, and Danny: You will receive the larger discount available for each item. Sanfordgrant rated it really liked it Aug 22, There are better books out there to explain autism. Accepting the Enigma, Moving Beyond the Cause 9. What makes Biblio different? Acceptance without Resignation Bibliography prter Resources show more. Not applicable to journal renewals.

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JoJolkree Jan 25, Mrs. Want to Read saving…. Seeing Other Minds Darkly 6. Peter Szatmari has done an unsurpassed job of shedding light on how children with these disorders feel and act. Book in almost Brand New condition. Peter Szatmari shows that children with autism spectrum disorders act the way they do because they think in vastly different ways than other people. And how can parents build a close relationship with a little girl who hates to be touched?

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Peter Szatmari, MD, M. Szatmari is the head of one of the largest divisions of child and adolescent psychiatry in the world, and an international expert in autism spectrum disorder ASD. He has made significant contributions to the ASD field in many areas including diagnosis, measurement, genetics and longitudinal development — all of which led to significant changes in our understanding of ASD as well as the classification of ASD in both DSM IV and 5. He has also published more generally in psychiatric epidemiology especially attention deficit disorder and in clinical research in developmental psychopathology. More recently, he has turned his attention to developing evidence based, patient oriented systems of care for children and youth and evaluating innovative models of care using clinical trials methodology. He has been editor of several important journals in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry and has consulted to government agencies in Canada, the USA and the UK.

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