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This semi-autobiographical work is meant to provide parents a starting point for learning about autism and autistic spectrum disorders. It is a crash course in what to expect and common approaches that have benefited life with autism. The practical guide is impersonal and informal, perfect for those with hectic schedules or lives that demand efficiency.
Officer Ian Nelson can’t figure Kirsten out. She’s young and attractive, but doesn’t belong where she is. He isn’t certain where she belongs. Several days later, he’s tasked with enforcing the order against her, but never has the opportunity. She’s gone.