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Books for Newly Diagnosed Families

Recently, we asked our Facebook community, “What books about autism do you think are most helpful for newly diagnosed families?” We received nearly 300 responses. Below are some that we chose to pass along to you.

For a longer list of books, visit the Resource Library on autismspeaks.org

  1. Larry Rosen
    May 12, 2010 at 11:26 am

    “Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew” is an easy to read masterpiece. The chapters are relatively short but packed with great information. You do not have to read it cover to cover in one sitting. If you really want to educate your family and friends over time them place a copy in each of your bathrooms.

  2. June 11, 2010 at 5:37 pm

    Ik ben een 63 jarige autodidactische weten schapper.
    Ik ben o.a zwemleraar en heb nog al eens en autistis iemand in mijn groep.
    Ik heb besloten van mijn reeds oude liefde nu mijn levens werk te maken.
    Het op sporen van autisme, daar voor is niets te te veel.
    Wie wil me helpen?
    Geeld heb ik niet wel en stel goede hersenen.

  3. Marcia Depak
    June 12, 2010 at 4:33 pm

    NON Inherited genetic source for a growing percentage of children. This is allready explained in a recent book based on Systems theory rather than statistical study by a layman.

    The book is called Xzenobia. It also predicts that autism will rise slowly but exponentially as a result which is what we are seeing.
    The book is also a lot more eligant and positive thinking as well as practical.

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