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Aimed at young children aged five to eight, this colourful workbook is full of activities and games to help siblings understand their autistic brother or sister.
It aims to encourage family members to talk honestly about their feelings and the impact that autism has on their lives, as well as celebrate difference and encourage brothers and sisters to help each other.
A vital resource for parents, this book is also suitable for professionals working with young children with a brother or sister on the autism spectrum.
Carolyn Brock, the author, is the mother of a young man with Asperger syndrome. She is a teacher who has worked in special schools for may years. She also ran support groups and courses for parents of children on the autism spectrum, including those with Asperger syndrome in Nottingham.
|Date Published||17 Mar 2016|
|Publisher||National Autistic Society / NAS|