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Autism, Now What? The Autism Adventure Series
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,470. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2013. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Autism, Now What is book one in the Autism Adventure Series. In book one Tom's parents are invited to a meeting with his teacher Mrs. Plumb. Mrs. Plumb addresses some concerns she has about Tom socially at school. Mrs. Plumb and Tom's parents agree to get him evaluated for Autism by a professional. Tom's parents along with Tom are about to begin the Autism journey that so many of us are on.
Interviews with the Masters: A Companion to Robert Greene's Mastery
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Price: Free! Words: 260,210. Language: English. Published: November 15, 2013 by Story Ark Creative. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration
A companion to the #1 New York Times Bestseller Mastery More than 20,000 hours of research and thought went into Robert Greene's stunning book, Mastery. In a departure from his previous works, Robert Greene interviewed nine contemporary masters. Those interviews are now available to readers for the first time.
The Temple Grandin Autism Effect
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,030. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2014 by Amber Ink Publishing. Category: Essay » Sociology
Temple Grandin has had a long lasting impact on the Autism Community. She is by far the most famous person living with Autism. While there are many positive factors to her legacy there are also some hidden negative impacts on how her legacy has affected autism. This book explores some of those hidden negative impacts her legacy has had on the future of your autistic child.
How Temple Grandin's Legacy Hurts Your Child Today
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,260. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2014 by Amber Ink Publishing. Category: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Autism spectrum disorders
I have spent years trying to identify with Temple Grandin like so many other autistic women do. The problem is that my social wants and needs are unique to me and not like Temple Grandin's. It is troubling to me that many of my friends, family members, and therapists try to compare me to Temple Grandin because I am Stephanie Rodgers not Temle Grandin. This comparison has led to a low self-esteem.