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New ways of understanding autism / Brigitte Harrisson, Lise St-Charles, with Kim Thúy ; translated by Juliet Sutcliffe.

By: Harrisson, Brigitte
Contributor(s): St-Charles, Lise | Thúy, Kim | Juliet Sutcliffe
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Toronto, Ontario : Dundurn, 2019Description: 152 pages ; 20 cmISBN: 9781459743601Subject(s): Understanding autism | Books by parents | Resources for parents | Books by autistic authorsSummary: A new understanding of autism spectrum disorder. The experience of autistic people, real-life stories from parents, and suggested therapeutic approaches are brought together in New Ways of Understanding Autism to provide a realistic sense of autism and to build a sense of hope. Co-authors Brigitte Harrisson and Lise St-Charles, along with Governor General award winning novelist Kim Thuy, present a new understanding of autism spectrum disorder, one that focuses on putting the needs of the autistic person where they should be: at the centre.
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Book Book AIDE Canada Main Library
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Book Book Sinneave Family Foundation
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A new understanding of autism spectrum disorder. The experience of autistic people, real-life stories from parents, and suggested therapeutic approaches are brought together in New Ways of Understanding Autism to provide a realistic sense of autism and to build a sense of hope. Co-authors Brigitte Harrisson and Lise St-Charles, along with Governor General award winning novelist Kim Thuy, present a new understanding of autism spectrum disorder, one that focuses on putting the needs of the autistic person where they should be: at the centre.