Autism and Understanding
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No of Pages: 230
Publish Date: 16 November 2012
The author sets out an approach based on Dr Geoffrey Waldon’s philosophy of the development of understanding, which centres on helping children learn-how-to-learn. The book includes:
- The inspirational and well-documented story of the author’s son, diagnosed at two with autism and as ‘basically sub-normal’, now a successful professional with a wife and child.
- An introduction to Geoffrey Waldon’s theory and working methods.
- Testimony from parents and teachers, covering autism and a range of learning difficulties.
This book does not offer a ‘miracle cure’ for autism, although the author aims to counteract the prevailing view that autism is a lifetime condition. The author demonstrates that with the appropriate intervention, children with autism - and other special needs - can gain a fuller understanding of the world and learn to take a constructive and contributing place in it. Teachers, therapists, doctors, parents and special interest groups will find this book an important and potentially transformational read.
|Publish date||2012-11-16 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Sage Publications Limited|