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Heart and Soul of Autism - Louise Page
Heart Shields and Arrows - Book 1 By Louise Page
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"How the heart and soul of persons, and their families, living with Autism and Aspergers can be impacted by positive and negative life experiences, and how one may respond" Louise is a... More > published author on the subject of the Autism Spectrum, a mother of 3, relative, friend and mentor to many individuals living with Autism as part of their lives. This book was created to support the advocacy and understanding of many of the emotional aspects associated with living with Autism. Louise hopes that "Heart Shields and Arrows" contributes to a greater knowledge of the Autism Spectrum< Less
Heart Shields and Arrows - Book 1 By Louise Page
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"How the heart and soul of persons, and their families, living with Autism and Aspergers can be impacted by positive and negative life experiences, and how one may respond" Louise is a... More > published author on the subject of the Autism Spectrum, a mother of 3, relative, friend and mentor to many individuals living with Autism as part of their lives. This book was created to support the advocacy and understanding of many of the emotional aspects associated with living with Autism. Louise hopes that "Heart Shields and Arrows" contributes to a greater knowledge of the Autism Spectrum.< Less
Poems for Autism By Louise Page
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Louise is a Professional Counsellor and Autism Therapist in Australia. She is also a mother of 3 children (AS), relative, friend, colleague and mentor to many other persons living with diffabilities.... More > “Poems for Autism” is a collection of just some of the many poems Louise has written for and in advocacy of persons living with Autism as part of their lives. Her understanding and knowledge of Autism/Aspergers is apparent in this book of poems. A highlight of her career recently was in being requested to be a co-author for a new and exciting developmental model for Autism. This book of poetry is intended for anyone wishing to gain an insight into some of the perceptions, feelings and experiences of an individual living with a diffablility. Such readers are fellow professionals, teachers, students, parents/carers and anyone interested in learning more about Autism.< Less
Poems for Autism By Louise Page
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Louise is a Professional Counsellor and Autism Therapist in Australia. She is also a mother of 3 children (AS), relative, friend, colleague and mentor to many other persons living with... More > diffabilities. “Poems for Autism” is a collection of just some of the many poems Louise has written for and in advocacy of persons living with Autism as part of their lives. Her understanding and knowledge of Autism/Aspergers is apparent in this book of poems. A highlight of her career recently was in being requested to be a co-author for a new and exciting developmental model for Autism. This book of poetry is intended for anyone wishing to gain an insight into some of the perceptions, feelings and experiences of an individual living with a diffablility. Such readers are fellow professionals, teachers, students, parents/carers and anyone interested in learning more about Autism.< Less
An Autism Connection By Louise Page
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"An Autism Connection" is a book by a parent of a beautiful 11 year old boy with autism and is about sharing experiences, understanding, thoughts, feelings, tribulations, difficulties,... More > hopes and dreams of parenting a child on the autism spectrum. Being able to relate to the similarities and differences in each others journeys, we can avail ourselves of an experience which can be cathartic, invaluable, empowering and reassuring. The author, Louise Page from Melbourne, Australia, is a Professional Counsellor (parents and carers of children on the spectrum), Illustrator, Integration Aide, Autism Therapist, childrens' story writer and, above all and especially, is a devoted and proud mum, relative, colleague and friend to many souls on the spectrum. Louise believes that this easy-to-read book is one which many parents who have children on the spectrum, or those whose child has recently been diagnosed with autism, will be able to relate to.< Less
My Shadow, Me, Sammy and the Sea By Louise Page
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This delightful book is a fictional story regarding one persons’ childhood experiences of living with differing abilities, the occaisional indifference of others, and of personal achievements... More > and passions. It partly illustrates the perceptions, dreams, creations and passions of a person whose ‘world’ is shaped by feeling the odd one out sometimes in a ‘world’ where many children and adults in a mainstream society don’t understand or choose not to accept how difference doesn’t mean broken or damaged. Sometimes this book’s main character, or people like them, find that the ‘others’ can sometimes be the odd ones out in their (person with differing ability)‘world’.< Less
An Autism Connection By Louise Page
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"An Autism Connection" is a book by a parent of a beautiful 11 year old boy with autism and is about sharing experiences, understanding, thoughts, feelings, tribulations, difficulties,... More > hopes and dreams of parenting a child on the autism spectrum. Being able to relate to the similarities and differences in each others journeys, we can avail ourselves of an experience which can be cathartic, invaluable, empowering and reassuring. The author, Louise Page from Melbourne, Australia, is a Professional Counsellor (parents and carers of children on the spectrum), Illustrator, Integration Aide, Autism Therapist, childrens' story writer and, above all and especially, is a devoted and proud mum, relative, colleague and friend to many souls on the spectrum. Louise believes that this easy-to-read book is one which many parents who have children on the spectrum, or those whose child has recently been diagnosed with autism, will be able to relate to.< Less