Framed with both humor and compassion, this book shines a light the characteristics that illuminate the minds and hearts of children with autism. A must-read for anyone interested in learning more about autism.
Riveting account of a mother’s experience enlisting Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to help her daughter with autism. Incredible book.
A fascinating and illuminating look inside the mind of autism—a dual autobiography written in point-counterpoint style by Judy Barron and her son, Sean Barron. Together, they chronicle Sean’s young life and the effects of autism on him and his family.
Powerful, unforgettable account of a mother raising her daughter with autism in the 1960’s, a time when little was known about autism or how to treat it. What Clara Claiborne Parks achieves over the course of 8 years to help her daughter Jesse is remarkable, and what we learn about autism along the way is indispensible.
Fascinating autobiography by Daniel Tammet who has savant syndrome, a rare disorder where he “sees” numbers as shapes, colors, and textures, and can perform extraordinary calculations in his head.