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What's not allowed? : a family journey with autism / Teresa Hedley

By: Hedley, Teresa
Material type: TextTextDescription: 334 pages ; 23 cmISBN: 9781989664018Subject(s): Autobiographies and memoirs | Biographies | Books by parents | Resources for parents | Childhood | Parent-led advocacy | Behavioural challenges | Family life | Resources for grandparents and extended family members | Understanding autismSummary: "Lauded by autism leaders and practitioners as “relatable, insightful, joyful and inspiring,” What’s Not Allowed? A Family Journey With Autism tells the tale of Erik from womb to emerging adult. Written with compassion, humor and keen observation, we are taken inside the shoes of autism and invited to link arms with the Hedley family as they nurture Erik from boy to man. Heartfelt stories highlight themes around autism support and allow us an intriguing glimpse into the mind of autism. The tales are those of any and every family living with autism; they pose questions, poke at philosophies and offer insight into shaping potential. What matters? What sculpts? What are we trying to achieve? What’s Not Allowed? offers an uplifting “go-is-me” approach to mining the best version of each of us, autism or not."
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"Lauded by autism leaders and practitioners as “relatable, insightful, joyful and inspiring,” What’s Not Allowed? A Family Journey With Autism tells the tale of Erik from womb to emerging adult. Written with compassion, humor and keen observation, we are taken inside the shoes of autism and invited to link arms with the Hedley family as they nurture Erik from boy to man. Heartfelt stories highlight themes around autism support and allow us an intriguing glimpse into the mind of autism. The tales are those of any and every family living with autism; they pose questions, poke at philosophies and offer insight into shaping potential. What matters? What sculpts? What are we trying to achieve? What’s Not Allowed? offers an uplifting “go-is-me” approach to mining the best version of each of us, autism or not."