Claire E. Hughes-Lynch is associate professor of special education at the College of Coastal Georgia. She received her doctorate in both gifted education and special education from The College of William and Mary. Her research interests include cognitive interventions for children with autism, Response to Intervention, and twice-exceptional children.
This is a dangerous and poorly-written book. First, you need to know that the author is a big Jenny McCarthy fan. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sheila M.
This book is extremely helpful for both parents and teachers of asd high functioning. I went back to it several times to get info.Published 2 months ago by Heather Phillips
This was a really good book. It really helped me out. I would definitely recommend this book for others to read.Published 4 months ago by Victoria Pabon
I gave it this rate because it brings to mind a lot of things my son has done and what we have gone through. Read morePublished 8 months ago by blondsmiles
When my son was first diagnosed with HFA, I had only very basic knowledge of autism. This book is a great guide for parents who have recently received a diagnosis. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Crystal @ Serving Joyfully
I cried through the first 1/2 of this book. I could completely identify with Claire because she told my story -I was guilt risen because I thought I missed getting my son help... Read morePublished 16 months ago by glenda
Not the best book. A lot of information is either dated or just wrong. Sorry that I bought this bookPublished 16 months ago by FroggieOhio
Too many references and not enough explanation for lay person - need to know what the parents and family can do.Published 17 months ago by Dorothy J. Lesselyoung
This book really did not help me much with understanding my child and her HF autism. I think it is to long and talks to much about other peoples expierences, but that is an... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Shoe Girl