I do a lot of reading about autism and wanted to share some really good autism books for parents that will change your life for the better. The following books are excellent resources for motivation and information about autism.
Autism Books for Parents
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This autism book has an interesting approach to autism. Instead of focusing on curing autism or fixing autism, it helps seek to understand those with autism. It provides some simple, easy strategies for helping cope with autism.
This autism book goes into communication issues, social processing skills, and the critical roles adult perspectives play in guiding the child with autism to a meaningful, self-sufficient, productive life. It helps the reader to understand both the needs and potential of every child on the spectrum. A truly great read!
Autism Every Day: Over 150 Strategies Lived and Learned by a Professional Autism Consultant with 3 Sons on the Spectrum
In this book, you will find over 150 strategies provided by a professional autism consultant with 3 sons on the spectrum. These techniques help anyone with children on the spectrum with a wide range of strategies and techniques for helping children with autism.
Learn how to defy the “professional” prognosis by doctors by applying the principles in this groundbreaking autism book by Raun Kaufman, a man who was once said to have an IQ of 30 and very little chance for a normal life. It’s truly and inspiration!
The principle behind this autism book is that the best way to get through to children on the spectrum is through play. These 101 games and activities are meant to increase eye contact, improve communication skills, and increase interactions with others.
There are many books out there meant to help parents of children with autism learn how to communicate with and learn to love their children more deeply. I hope these books help change your lives.