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I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it gives me new insight and new thoughts about a subject I am very familiar with.
There are a lot of books by non-autistic people about what autism looks like from an outsider's perspective - this book provides a much-needed autistic view.
This book is a MUST read for every parent who has an autistic or neurodiverse child, and every therapist that works in this field.
This is a wonderful book. Getting the perspective of autistic adults is the most valuable part to me. But all the other perspectives are also relevant and important too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeannie hamon
An eye opening read from the adult autistic community! Astounding insights and authentic perspective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristin C. Lessans
This book substantially changed my view on how I speak about autism. The chapter on shifting away from a pathological paradigm was especially enlightening. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Shahriari
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it gives me new insight and new thoughts about a subject I am very familiar with.Published 3 months ago by donnae
I never did get to finish reading it, but the parts I did read inspired me as a person and as a social justice advocate.Published 5 months ago by f beg f t g
I have twin boys with autism and after hearing a school speech therapist repeat the idiotic phrase 'quiet hands' literally 100 times in 15 minutes to a speech group I really... Read morePublished 7 months ago by SK in Merion, PA
This book is incredibly important if you are on the autism spectrum or know anyone on the autism spectrum (hint: 1 in 88 people is on the autism spectrum, so you almost certainly... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Leilani Hayes
This is brilliant. Finally autistic people are speaking for themselves and not the "experts". Read morePublished 10 months ago by M. Sahin