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Whether you are a parent, teacher, carer, or social worker, looking after a child with autism can be challenging, especially when it comes to social interactions with other people.

In this audiobook, we delve deep into the world of autism in children, helping you see the world from their perspective and providing more clarity on the inner workings of a child with autism. Loaded with practical advice, activities, and countless hours of research, 11 Principles Every Child with Autism Wished You Practiced will equip you with the necessary skills and techniques to help you positively influence their lives.

Here's what you're going to discover in this audiobook: 

  • Ways to make a child with autism feel loved and appreciated.
  • How to recognize and deal with breakdowns.
  • How to build fun and structured autism friendly routines.
  • Ten communication techniques every child with autism wished you practiced.
  • Raising a child with autism to be self-sufficient.

Children with autism have a completely different experience of the world than normal kids, and it can be frustrating for parents who do not have any idea of how to deal with this unique situation. Profound and deeply insightful, 11 Principles Every Child with Autism Wished You Practiced is unlike any other guide on helping autistic children lead full lives. This audiobook is not only for parents, but also for teachers, relatives, social workers, nurses, and others who wish to see autism from a child's perspective.

To purchase 11 Principles Every Child with Autism Wished You Practiced, click "Buy Now".

©2018 Una Cuthbert (P)2018 Una Cuthbert

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The nurater accent is nerve grinding.

Please don't call the children the kids or kids all the time. Some of the technics of your theories are impractical and an come across as condescending or superior but I'll experienced. But 90% is very good advice. Please change the nurater, that fake osh London accent if so annoying

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  • Yoko W. Diggs
  • 18-09-18

Excellent book!

Thank you!Thank you! Thank you! Love this break. Fantastic insight in the mind of a child with autism. I like how its written from a 1st person perspective. I highly recommended for anyone.

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  • Joel B. Rickman
  • 18-09-18

Great book

After listing this book, his breakouts and actions made a lot more sense. Luckily now he is a teen and lives a semi-normal life. I highly recommend both these books for parents with autistic children or teens.

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  • Rafael M. Huntley
  • 18-09-18

Great Explanations

Good listen and easy to understand!! My friend said me about this book. He told me that this is a very informative and helpful guide. After listen this book i am very happy. It was really great. All information are helpful. Recommended!!

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  • David T. Laverriere
  • 18-09-18

I Loved it!

Good information!! I am very happy after listen this book. The author discussed here many helpful tips that very important. I highly recommended!!

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  • Jordan M. Harris
  • 18-09-18

Awesome

Beautifully written!! The author did a good job by this guide. It was very informative and helpful guide for all. I am very impressed. thanks

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  • James L. Moore
  • 18-09-18

Great information

The author did a good job by this book. Good read with a flow to the book. However , whilst I agree building fun and structured routines are important, as a mother of a child with the disorder I think it’s important to let children make their own decisions sometimes. I highly recommended for anyone who are looking this type guide. Thanks

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  • Carl S. Perkins
  • 18-09-18

Best Guide

This book could be improved by adding more information about the hap hazards associated with Autism spectrum disorder.

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  • Angela R. Masters
  • 18-09-18

Excellent book

Well written!! Una really breaks down the mindset of a child with autism in the first section and delves deep into the life an adult with autism. Extremely insightful and informative. I especially enjoyed the structured routines for children with autism! Highly recommended!!

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  • Janice J. Leday
  • 17-09-18

Helpful guide

Whilst I agree building fun and structured routines are important, as a mother of a child with the disorder I think it’s important to let children make their own decisions sometimes.

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  • Annie M. Williams
  • 17-09-18

Five Stars

I am very happy after listen this guide. Its very helpful guide for me. The author did good by this guide. thanks