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Living with Asperger's Syndrome By Jeremy Tolmie
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This is a book about what it is like to grow up with Aspergers Syndrome and not knowing it till your 17. I talk about all the up's and Down's that have happened in my life. All the problems in school... More > and with bullies and trying to find my way in a world that is not designed for people on the spectrum. You will get to hear in my words everything that has happened to me. From my first memories too being hospitalised too getting a job and having a girl freind .This is a must read for all parents of people on the spectrum and for anyone that wants to know what it is like to have Aspergers Syndrome or any form of autism.< Less
Living with Asperger's Syndrome By Jeremy Tolmie
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This is a book about what it is like to grow up with Aspergers Syndrome and not knowing it till your 17. I talk about all the up's and Down's that have happened in my life. All the problems in school... More > and with bullies and trying to find my way in a world that is not designed for people on the spectrum. You will get to hear in my words everything that has happened to me. From my first memories too being hospitalised too getting a job and having a girl freind .This is a must read for all parents of people on the spectrum and for anyone that wants to know what it is like to have Aspergers Syndrome or any form of autism.< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 42. Special Education 1 (Mentally & Physically Disabled Children At School, Autism) By Tony Kelbrat
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My main purpose in writing this book is to find all the conventional knowledge about mental challenges as I could and centralize it here. It is evident when a child is born with down syndrome or his... More > or her performance seems slower than normal but everything else is someone's opinion as with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. People who diagnose these so-called disorders have no specific test that can with certainty say they have this disorder therefore need this drug. That's why you can't take it on face when some medical or mental health professional sits with your child for 40 minutes then tells you that he or she needs to go on ritalin or some other drug for the next x number of years. No matter how you cut it, it's a profit-driven industry. The school gets extra money for every kid diagnosed as LD or special ed. The mental health people make money diagnosing and counselling these kids plus writing drug prescriptions. The drug companies make tons of money.< Less
The “People Power” Mental & Physical Disabled Education & School Guide (Practical Knowledge from Preschool to College to Adulthood) By Tony Kelbrat
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My three main purposes in writing this book are: 1.) To find all the conventional knowledge about mental challenges as I could and centralize it here. 2.) It is evident when a child is born with... More > down syndrome or his or her performance seems slower than normal but everything else is someone’s opinion as with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. People who diagnose these so-called disorders have no specific test that can with certainty say they have this disorder therefore need this drug. That’s why you can’t take it on face when some medical or mental health professional sits with your child for 40 minutes then tells you that he or she needs to go on ritalin or some other drug for the next x number of years. No matter how you cut it, it’s a profit-driven industry. The school gets extra money for every kid diagnosed as LD or special ed. The mental health people make money diagnosing and counselling these kids plus writing drug prescriptions.< Less
The "People Power" Disability - Serious Illness - Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 6. Special Education 1 (Mentally & Physically Disabled Children At School, Autism) By Tony Kelbrat
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There are several ways to have a limited ability to think: Born that way by genetics as with Down's Syndrome. Born that way by mother's bad habits as with fetal alcohol syndrome. Get hit in the... More > head, traumatic brain injury, concussion. Stress of life. Substance abuse, prescription drugs that alter brain chemistry Chemicals in ordinary objects like aspartame, lead, mercury, etc. Electro-magnetic waves Self-delusion, people get depressed, think too much, etc. My main purposes in writing this book are: To find all the conventional knowledge about mental challenges as I could and centralize it here. It is evident when a child is born with down syndrome or his or her performance seems slower than normal but everything else is someone's opinion as with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. People who diagnose these so-called disorders have no specific test that can with certainty say they have this disorder therefore need this drug.< Less
Isaac's Story By Kirsten Steen
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Few people understand the process parents go through when plans of a "normal" child's birth go in an unexpected direction. This short story is my way of telling expectant parents of Down... More > Syndrome children that it is ok to be afraid. Your journey may begin with confusion and fear of the unknown, but soon you will truly know how unfounded those feelings were. My fourth child Isaac is my surprise and my blessing. Special kids bring joy and happiness to families that can only be understood by those experiencing it. Maybe someday I will pen our experiences, but this story is how I felt in the beginning. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope, in some small way, I can bring you hope, peace, or even just an understanding shoulder to lean on.< Less
Isaac's Story By Kirsten Steen
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Few people understand the process parents go through when plans of a "normal" child's birth go in an unexpected direction. This short story is my way of telling expectant parents of Down... More > Syndrome children that it is ok to be afraid. Your journey may begin with confusion and fear of the unknown, but soon you will truly know how unfounded those feelings were. My fourth child Isaac is my surprise and my blessing. Special kids bring joy and happiness to families that can only be understood by those experiencing it. Maybe someday I will pen our experiences, but this story is how I felt in the beginning. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope, in some small way, I can bring you hope, peace, or even just an understanding shoulder to lean on.< Less
Functioning in a Dysfunctional World By Dr. Felicia Williams Redmon
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Dr. Redmon shares how people with disabilities are capable of functioning in a dysfunctional world.
Walk With Me By Kristin L. Lanari
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The relationship with a sibling is one of the longest in a person’s life – often longer than the relationship with a parent, spouse, or best friend. Written from the siblings’... More > perspective, this compilation of stories celebrates the joys and challenges of having a sibling with Down syndrome. As people with Down syndrome live longer, fuller lives, their siblings take on the important task of providing care, support, and love. It is a difficult job, and one we did not ask for – but we wouldn’t trade it for anything. The stories in this book are written by siblings who believe in faith, hope, and unconditional love that redefine what it means to be a family.< Less
Jonathan - One Boy One Life By Victoria Smith
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Jonathan has Down's syndrome, autism and profound and complex learning difficulties. This book is dedicated to Jonathan and his family, as well as anyone else who has been associated with him. The... More > story will take you on the journey of his life from childhood to living as an adult, written from the point of view of his sister, Victoria. It includes a series of photographs from each stage as well as information about mental disabilities, autism and supported living. The book is aimed at the parents, siblings and family members of those with learning disabilities. There are many people in the UK who need the help and support that Jonathan and his family have been given. It is a book written from the heart as a way of providing emotional support.< Less