Category Archives: Book Reviews

‘Asperger Syndrome & Your Child’ an informative guide for parents

Today, there are a wide variety of books and other materials about Asperger Syndrome.  When my daughter was diagnosed six years ago, it didn’t seem like I could find anything; however, one of the books I came across was “Asperger … Continue reading

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Review of ‘Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome’

Are you considering homeschooling a child with Asperger Syndrome?  Are you having trouble finding just the right resources?  Lise Pyles has written “Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome:  Real Help for Parents Anywhere and On Any Budget.”  This small book … Continue reading

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William Stillman’s “Everything Parent’s Guide” for help, hope and guidance

After many years of doctors and tests and useless theories and vague diagnoses, a therapist finally, after 15 minutes of just plain talk, knew it was Asperger’s Syndrome and suggested I start looking on the Internet for information about it. … Continue reading

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Review of “aquamarine blue 5: Personal Stories of College Students with Autism”

Consider what would happen if you were in unfamiliar surroundings among strangers who understood more about the world they lived in than you do.  Think about living your entire life in a world that does not understand you.  Such is … Continue reading

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William Stillman redefines the autistic experience in “Autism and the God Connection”

In his introduction, William Stillman asks his readers who are unfamiliar with autism and autism-spectrum disorders to always presume intellect when meeting someone who is autistic.  For a long time, autistic children and adults have been labeled mentally retarded or … Continue reading

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