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Seven Keys To Unlock Autism

Author: Elaine Hall
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470644095
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Two women involved in The Miracle Project, a musical theatre program for kids with autism, provide a 7-step program to help autistic children communicate and relate to others and explain how to apply these strategies at school and at home.

Now I See The Moon

Author: Elaine Hall
Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 9780061743818
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When her son, Neal, was diagnosed with autism, former Hollywood acting coach Elaine Hall, aka Coach E, took matters into her own hands and used her resources to guide him toward an increasingly independent life. In the process, she founded The Miracle Project, a groundbreaking organization that uses the performing arts to connect with children with autism. Both controversial and unorthodox, Elaine's innovative approach has been praised by leaders in the field of autism. Now I See the Moon is a story of hope, faith, and miracles; it is a story only a mother could tell.

The Sensory Child Gets Organized

Author: Carolyn Dalgliesh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451664281
Size: 65.61 MB
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Presents simple, effective solutions and proven systems for parents of children with sensory processing disorder, anxiety disorder, ADD/ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder and OCD that bridge the gap between clinical support and practical in-home solutions. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Understanding Autism For Dummies

Author: Stephen Shore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118053133
Size: 76.38 MB
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Autism affects more than 1 million children and adults in the United States, and parents may be confused by the behavior of autistic children. This book provides help-and hope-by explaining the differences between various types of autism and delivering the lowdown on behavioral, educational, medical, other interventions. Featuring inspiring autism success stories as well as a list of organizations where people who support those with autism can go for additional help, it offers practical advice on how to educate children as well as insights on helping people with autism use their strengths to maximize their potential in life. Stephen Shore, EdD (Brookline MA), serves on the board for several autism spectrum-related organizations and he has written Beyond the Wall: Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome (1-931282-00-5) and edited Ask and Tell: Self Advocacy and Disclosure For People on the Autism Spectrum (1-931282-58-7). Linda G. Rastelli (Middletown, NJ) is a veteran journalist who specializes in health and business. Temple Grandin, PhD (Fort Collins, CO) is the author of the bestselling Thinking in Pictures (0-679-77289-8) and Emergence: Labeled Autistic (0-446-67182-7).

Healing The Symptoms Known As Autism

Author: Kerri Rivera
ISBN: 9780989289009
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As of May 2013, 93 children previously diagnosed with regressive autism were able to shed their autism diagnosis, their symptoms, and return to an overall state of health and vitality using the protocols revealed in this book. Kerri Rivera has outlined a very complete approach to autism recovery that includes an understanding of the importance of Biofilm theory and protocol. She recommends safe interventions that do no harm, and are helping to confront a growing epidemic. Kerri Rivera's approach includes common sense dietary recommendations, the use of supplements to restore balance to the body and immune system, as well as mild oxidative therapies to address chronic infection and inflammation. She has taken children who were in the throes of autism (meaning chronic illness) to healing. The symptoms being labeled as autism are fading away, the children are talking and socializing, and their ATEC scores prove beyond a shadow of a doubt what their parents are claiming: their children no longer have autism. Kerri Rivera's grasp of a biomedical approach to Autism recovery, paired with her passion for service has allowed families of all socioeconomic backgrounds to have what they might never have otherwise found: a means by which to help their children. This book contains over 120 testimonials from parents (and some of the children themselves) describing their journey and resulting success.

Following Ezra

Author: Thomas Fields-Meyer
Publisher: New Amer Library
ISBN: 9780451234636
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The father of a son diagnosed with autism at the age of three chronicles his experiences watching his child grow from a strange, distant toddler into an extraordinary young man with a unique connection to the world around him. Original. 30,000 first printing.


Author: Karen Kingsbury
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0310266955
Size: 62.78 MB
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Ella Reynolds--head cheerleader and part of the "in" crowd--befriends Holden Harris--an autistic 18-year-old who is bullied at school--and takes on the popular kids at school in the process, including her boyfriend, Jake. Simultaneous.

Strange Son

Author: Portia Iversen
Publisher: Riverhead Books (Hardcover)
ISBN: 9781573223119
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An Emmy Award-winning art director traces her partnership with a mother from India, with whom she united in a shared effort to communicate with their severely autistic sons and discovered breakthroughs that challenged prevailing theories about autism.

The Anti Romantic Child

Author: Priscilla Gilman
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062078267
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“The Anti-Romantic Child is remarkable. This haunting and lyrical memoir will be an invaluable and heartening guide to all who find themselves in similar situations and indeed anyone confronting an unforeseen challenge.”—Marie Brenner, writer for Vanity Fair and author of Apples and Oranges With an emotionally resonant combination of memoir and literature, Wordsworth scholar Priscilla Gilman recounts the challenges of raising a son with hyperlexia, a developmental disorder neurologically counterpoint to dyslexia. Gilman explores the complexities of our hopes and expectations for our children and ourselves. With luminous prose and a searing, personal story evocative of A Year of Magical Thinking and A Year of Reading Proust, Gilman’s The Anti-Romantic Child is an unforgettable exploration of what happens when we lean to embrace the unexpected.