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Sincerely, Your Autistic Child: What People on the Autism Spectrum Wish Their Parents Knew about Growing Up, Acceptance, and Identity

This book is absolutely required reading for parents, educators, and caregivers who interact with anyone on the autism spectrum.

Safeguarding Your Child with Autism: Strategies and Tools To Reduce Risks

A must-read for parents of autistic children, educators, and other caregivers in the special needs community.
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What Science Tells Us About Autism Spectrum Disorder: Making the Right Choices for Your Child

This all-in-one title is sure to demystify an autism diagnosis and will be of significant interest to pediatricians, educators, and parents or caregivers. A welcome addition to all public library collections.

Divergent Mind: Thriving in a World That Wasn’t Designed for You

An extraordinary, jaw-dropping take on a topic with which many women will identify. Of special interest to those in the human resources, counseling, and education fields.
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Lost Child: The True Story of a Girl Who Couldn’t Ask for Help

Hayden’s works are perennial best sellers, and she always triumphs. Highly recommended.
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Communication Alternatives in Autism: Perspectives on Typing and Spelling Approaches for the Nonspeaking

While limited in its scope--it only discusses these two similar forms of communication methodology--it is nonetheless incredibly valuable in that it gives those on the spectrum the opportunity to self-advocate for their own communication method. Highly recommended for parents, caregivers, educators, physicians, and specialists working with children of all ages.

The Boy Who Felt Too Much: How a Renowned Neuroscientist and His Son Changed Our Image of Autism Forever

Wagner does an exceptional job of mixing biography with complex yet accessible neuroscience. Essential for parents, educators, physicians, and specialists working with children of all ages.
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Neurodiverse Relationships: Autistic and Neurotypical Partners Share Their Experiences

Despite the academic-sounding title, this work is easy to read and understand. Essential for anyone who anticipates a career in social work or psychology, and highly recommended for those who love or work with those with AS.

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Special Education: A Reference Book for Policy & Curriculum Development

A comprehensive source for administrators, educators, and education students.
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