'It is meant to be, and succeeds in being, accessible to parents and teachers...It is a fascinating and highly readable publication'
'Dr Waldon offered hope to parents, not only changing lives but also often saving lives. The book is a worthy tribute to how Dr Waldon dediated his life to helping children and their families'
-Saira Pester, Special Children
The book is easy to read and is often written as a dialoguebetween people discussing an experience or teachers andother professionals retelling a case study and the progressthose children made. There is an extensive bibliographythat has been personally selected by the author andsorted into books on autism, child development,neuroscience and movement.
"The authors of this book should be congratulated for producing a useful resource that explains the journey of one family through the maze of autism....it explores most of the important issues of autism in an accessible and jargon-free way. It also gives the reader access to a website with relevant videos, podcasts, forums and other valuable materials."
-Mike Gibbs, Keele University
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