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The book Questionable Autism is focused on opening discussions about a variety of autism topics.
Looking at professional, parenting, research and testing issues numerous questions are developed to consider the broad impact of autism topics for both parents and professionals.
Author: Susan Louise Peterson, an award winning autism author weaves her experiences as an educator and school psychologist for young children into a discussion of some of the major issues impacting the field of autism.
Questionable Autism includes many real world examples related to parenting topics, field issues and general practices in the area of autism.
Questionable Autism has opened the door for broader discussions in the field of autism.
Biography of the Author:
Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? Simply stated, everyone can benefit from reading this illuminating and forthright book. We may not immediately cure autism, but this book will lead readers to better recognize and develop sensitivity to it. William (Bill) Davis - Associate Professor & Coordinator of Photography & InterMedia - Visual Art and Autism Workshop Leader - Western Michigan University Frostic School of Art. Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? walks us through autism from a school psychologist perspective; replacing fear with hope in the hearts of mothers and fathers everywhere. Bravo-Joanne Lara, MA Founder-Autism Movement Therapy. Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? is a practical guide for parents from an experienced school psychologist. Susan Louise Peterson addresses numerous concerns that parents often express regarding their child’s behavior. For parents sharing similar concerns about their own children, this guidebook provides helpful information. Loren A. Martin, Ph.D. Professor and Director of Research-Department of Graduate Psychology-Azusa Pacific University.
Autism has become a talked about disorder that confuses many people and at times is described as a ‘controversial disorder.’ With so many varying opinions and ideas there are bound to be questions about autism. The questionable aspects of autism are explored through screening approaches, autism observations, parent related matters about autism, research links related to autism, autism field issues, in addition to practices and approaches in the real world. Peterson’s expert knowledge comes through strong in the book-Questionable Autism as she helps form questions to help clarify many issues related to autism.
This book would be a wonderful resource for many people interested or connected to the field of autism. College students and professionals could find many open areas for autism discussions and parents could find practical real world information to help understand autism characteristics.