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Some good advice from someone with first hand experience but a ...
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2015
Some good advice from someone with first hand experience but a bit repetitive and much of the advice is obvious. In some ways that's reassuring but when you have a child diagnosed with ASD you want to get to the heart of the matter as quickly as possible so that you can begin to improve your approach and no time to waste in getting there. I don't feel that this book has given me much more than I already knew in the way of helping my child. Just my opinion but because her views and experiences are not fully limited but nearly all about her and her family's experiences, it does seem more autobiographical and less based on large sample than I'd prefer.