Apr 20, 2021
Children with Autism: A Parent's Guide
Posted by Michael D. Powers

This parents reference to autism covers daily and family life, early intervention, educational programmes, legal rights, advocacy, and a look at the years ahead with a chapter on adults with autism There are parent statements to help the reader gain perspective.

  • Title: Children with Autism: A Parent's Guide
  • Author: Michael D. Powers
  • ISBN: 9781890627041
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • Children with Autism A Parent s Guide This parents reference to autism covers daily and family life early intervention educational programmes legal rights advocacy and a look at the years ahead with a chapter on adults with autism Th

    Kim

    It was a great help, especially the potty training piece It was given to me my one of his preschool teachers She did burn out working with him but methods were crude at the time They had not realized, the professionals, 50% play therapy needed to be part of play therapy She did encourage me to place my son in our home school and it made all the difference The small town embraced him and loved him It did take a village Even though his expressive skills are severely delayed people are drawn to hi [...]


    Marlo

    As a parent of a child with Autism I have to say that this book is absolutely horrendeous The majority of the information given is totally and completely false and or outdated and it is also unnecessarily negative, fully intended to frightent to mention extremely vague There are also pages of statements made by parents who focus on wallowing in self pity then they do on the fact that their child has a disability They talk about trivial matters such as wanting a normal Christmas and the fear of [...]


    Lindsay Lock

    Good, informative book It gets a bit technical sometimes, but don t let that stop you from reading it if you think it would be helpful for you Goes over what autism is, kinds of education to help kids with autism both public schools and Applied Behavioral Analysis , special education rights if you don t know these and have any kids w disabilities I recommend you read up on this because it s very important stuff , rights of individuals w autism, some estate planning advice again read that if you [...]


    Lief

    Well, it only took me 5 years to finish this book great info in there though very clinical I m afraid to say that the last chapter The Years Ahead Adults With Autism leaves a small spot of fear in my belly I wonder if I m doing enough with my son now so he can be independent and productive when he comes of age sigh


    Dayla

    One thing about having a child with autism, there is no want for support groups and literature I purchased this book as a school principal to help me better understand autism and how the school and the home can work together.


    Katrina

    A bit dry



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