A mind apart : understanding children with autism and Asperger syndrome
New York : Guilford Press, c2004. |
Donated through funding from the Ministry of Child and Youth Services, Hamilton-Niagara Regional Office and the Child and Youth Mental Outreach Program at McMaster Children<U+2019>s Hospital.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-203) and index.
Stephen: the eccentric entomologist -- Heather: a world that revolves around a different axis -- Justin: listening to the architecture of the world -- Zachary: an obsession with death -- Sharon: seeing other minds darkly -- William: a world without metaphor -- Teddy: incongruous time, incongruous development -- Sally, Ann, and Danny: accepting the enigma, moving beyond the cause -- Trevor: mobiles and "miracles" -- Ernest: the view from the bridge -- Frankie: learning and forgetting at school -- Sophie: acceptance without resignation.
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