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Is that clear? : Effective communication in a neurodiverse world / Zanne Gaynor, Kathryn Alevizos and Joe Butler

By: Gaynor, Zanne
Material type: TextTextDescription: 100 pages ; 18 cmISBN: 9781916280021Subject(s): Communication | Adulthood | Social skills | Conversation skills | Explaining autism to non-autistic peers | Resources for parents | Resources for practitioners and service providers | Resources for educators | Understanding autismSummary: "Language experts Zanne Gaynor and Kathryn Alevizos and autism consultant Joe Butler, combine their knowledge and experience in this unique and accessible guide to more inclusive communication in a neurodiverse world. Every autistic person experiences differences in communication. A lack of recognition of this can lead to miscommunication and heightened anxiety for many autistic people. Is That Clear? recognises and addresses this by offering practical tips, which have all been reviewed and endorsed by autistic readers. Condensed into bite-sized chapters, the book covers key areas from instructions and questions to figurative speech, the pitfalls of small talk and phone calls - and much more. A highly recommended read that sensitively promotes inclusion and diversity."
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"Language experts Zanne Gaynor and Kathryn Alevizos and autism consultant Joe Butler, combine their knowledge and experience in this unique and accessible guide to more inclusive communication in a neurodiverse world.

Every autistic person experiences differences in communication. A lack of recognition of this can lead to miscommunication and heightened anxiety for many autistic people. Is That Clear? recognises and addresses this by offering practical tips, which have all been reviewed and endorsed by autistic readers.

Condensed into bite-sized chapters, the book covers key areas from instructions and questions to figurative speech, the pitfalls of small talk and phone calls - and much more.

A highly recommended read that sensitively promotes inclusion and diversity."