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PARCOURS D'UN AUTISTE By GUY FATOUX
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Parcours d'un enfant jusqu'à l’âge adulte qui va devoir faire face au regard des adultes. Pendant des années, personnels de santé ou professeurs des écoles,... More > chacun constata ses problèmes sans jamais s’apercevoir qu'il était autiste.< Less
PARCOURS D'UN AUTISTE By GUY FATOUX
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Parcours d'un enfant jusqu'à l'àge adulte qui va devoir faire face à des difficultés d'ordre maladie, scolaire, mais surtout a l'incompréhension des autres pour... More > bien sûr en arriver à ce que personne ne dècouvre sa pathologie. Afin de mieux comprendre ce qu’est l’autisme et pour mieux comprendre mon parcours, il faut comprendre ce qu’est l’autisme. L’autisme est une maladie génétique qui empêche l’enfant de communiquer. Cette maladie nécessite d’être diagnostiquée au plus tôt, mais encore faut-il en repérer les signes. C’est un trouble du développement qui apparait avant les trois ans de l’enfant et qui entrave la mise en place des fonctions du cerveau, entrainant des problèmes d’adaptation sociale.< Less
A Journey of Ups and Downs: (Happys and Sads Not Hills and Ditches) By Jordan A Thomas
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This isn’t about Geography, no hills or mountains, bottom of the ocean or ditches it’s about the happy and sad things I, a person with Autism, experience. It’s so hard to write a... More > book about Autism, so many people have done it and in many different ways. My book, I am hoping, will not teach you how to raise a child or tell you what to do or not do or about the science behind Autism, it will tell you how I see, hear and experience aspects of life, my life. This book holds no answers, no magic cures but it is true real life experiences of me, a person with Autism living in today’s world as an adult. I hope it makes you laugh, sigh, smile and maybe at times see a little bit of sadness because that's what I felt writing it, all of those things. There is no point hiding the hard bits but equally there is no point dismissing the good and there is plenty of that!< Less
A Journey of Ups and Downs (Happys and Sads not Hills and Ditches) By Jordan A Thomas
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This isn’t about Geography, no hills or mountains, bottom of the ocean or ditches it’s about the happy and sad things I, a person with Autism, experience. It’s so hard to write a... More > book about Autism, so many people have done it and in many different ways. My book, I am hoping, will not teach you how to raise a child or tell you what to do or not do or about the science behind Autism, it will tell you how I see, hear and experience aspects of life, my life. This book holds no answers, no magic cures but it is true real life experiences of me, a person with Autism living in today’s world as an adult. I hope it makes you laugh, sigh, smile and maybe at times see a little bit of sadness because that's what I felt writing it, all of those things. There is no point hiding the hard bits but equally there is no point dismissing the good and there is plenty of that!< Less
Mapping Charlie By Jane Meyerding
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Mapping Charlie
Mapping Charlie By Jane Meyerding
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If Streetlights Could Glow Ultraviolet: Thoughts from a Scottish Highland Year of Autism Positives By Katherine Highland
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See the Scottish Highlands through the prism of a life experienced intensely! Starting in June 2013, a woman living in the north of Scotland set herself a challenge to write something positive about... More > the realities of her neurodiverse life every day for a year. Katherine Highland is autistic. This selection from those daily notes, with accompanying thoughts, descriptions and memories to bring them alive to the reader, gives a unique personal insight into life as an autistic adult in this beautiful part of the world. It is not a rose-tinted idealistic viewpoint. Katherine Highland is as open about the daily struggle in a society often inaccessible to autistic people as she is about her deep love for where she lives; she shares her vulnerabilities and questionable choices alongside her achievements and challenges overcome. The overall message is of potential and positivity through communication and goodwill.< Less
A = Autism By Paul Cresswell
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Do you have an autistic child or know someone who has autism? Do you understand the special needs of an autistic person? Sometimes it is hard to understand that an autistic child is trapped within... More > themselves without the ability to communicate or socially interact with others. While there is no cause or cure yet, autism can be treated and according to the level of severity, many adult autistic people can enjoy a rich, fulfilling life. This book explains Autism and it’s treatment.< Less
listentomymusic.us, the original website. By regine dubono
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Listentomymusic.us is the original website built by Dubono in 2004 and continued over the years until by some accident it was lost. This is an attempt to reproduce that website which was constructed... More > day by day, every day for two years. It deals mostly with Dubono's live as a working mother, a real estate broker, and the mother of an autistic adult Desiree. She started that website when her life threatened to fall apart after her second husband was hospitalized for a week or two, and his character changed for the worst.< Less
Rhyming Book By Alex Randall
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Rhyming Book is the first published work by Alex Randall. Alex, age 18, has Landau Kleffner Syndrome Variant, an epileptic disorder with autistic characteristics. He has overcome many obstacles in... More > his life to become a caring and creative young man. Alex is working on several projects, and seeing his work in print is a great motivator. Alex thought of this book himself, and wrote and illustrated it completely on his own. All children and adults will enjoy his unique take on rhyming, and perhaps those with special needs will be particularly attuned to his work. This book is dedicated to those who believed in him. Special thanks go to his teachers at Sylvan Learning Center in Rockford, IL Merry & Cindy.< Less

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