Why Does He Do That? A Parent's Guide to ASD

Part One of the Positive Approaches series this short, concise and informative book is aimed at parents. It details the many difficulties that face children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. These range from the well known differences in communication and sociability to lesser known aspects including the sensory differences and anxiety alongside the effects that such things can have. More

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About Stella Waterhouse

My interest in autism dates back to the late 1960s when I worked in a Camphill School for children with learning disabilities. After completing a course in Curative Education at St. Christopher’s School in Bristol in the early 1970s I went on to work with children with a variety of special needs moving from there to spend 10 years working with emotionally disturbed adolescent boys.I then returned to work with adults with ASD in a residential home - first as a Senior Care Officer and then as Deputy Principal.

Over the past forty years my work has encompassed two very different approaches to autism, giving me a basic grounding in the work of Rudolf Steiner and also a more psychoanalytical approach.

Since the late 1980s my research has also led me to investigate some alternative theories - eg sensory differences - which I believe are integral to ASD. That, combined with a healthy degree of skepticism and the fact I have no funding from external sources (except my husband), ensure that I am not constrained by preconceptions and/or allegiance to any particular theories that others might be.


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