Beyond the Wall Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome characters ☆ 109

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Beyond the Wall Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome characters ☆ 109 ✓ This honest courageous book written by a person with high functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome offers so much than the traditional autobiography Drawing on personal and professional experience StepThis honest courageous book written by a person with high functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome offers so much than the traditional autobiography Drawing on. If you want to know what it is like inside the mind and life of an individual living with functioning Autism read this book It pin points so many of the daily struggles that these individuals have to face each and every day The book is very matter of fact of course written by a man with Aspergers Syndrome and also uses memiors from people involved in every stage of his life Non fiction and very very real

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Ng and at the same time highly informative book for professionals as well as individuals who have Asperger Syndrome Get a uniue perspective on AS across the yea. Some great information in this bookit is very enlightening to see it from someone's perspective who has an ASD I started to lose interest in part of the book when he focuses on music which he is very focused on But it was nice to see that someone with ASD can focus on something and do so well with itand also use his experiences to help others with an ASD

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Beyond the Wall Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger SyndromePersonal and professional experience Stephen Shore who is currently completing his doctoral degree in special education combines three voices to create a touchi. This is another book found on my father's bookshelves and I had some severe problems with it I came at this from the perspective of an autistic person who is doing worse now than I was as a child and who has been very active in the autistic community My main problem is related to the fact that the author recommends Applied Behaviour Analysis ABA which is a highly controversial therapy There is a large focus on early interventions a phrase which is controversial in the autistic community Also Shore implies that the word neurotypical is a slur which is not true There were good points of course the writing is engaging and easy to follow unlike some texts on autism the language isn't clunky or hard to read and some of the personal stories are relatable and good to hear But to me this doesn't outweigh the facts that this spreads some misinformation and doesn't refute the myth that vaccines cause autism even after mentioning them early on