Autistic children: A guide for parents (Art Architecture) e-book
by Lorna Wing
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Find nearly any book by Lorna Wing. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Autistic Spectrum: A Guide for Parents and Professionals. ISBN 9781841196749 (978-1-84119-674-9) Softcover, Constable & Robinson Ltd, 2002.
Now this invaluable guide for parents, educators and physicians shows how an autistic child views his fantasy world and .
Dr. Wing also discusses the particular stresses on the autistic child's family, services that can help, the role of parents' organizations, and the outlook for the future
Autistic Children: A Guide For Parents & Professionals (Hardback).
Autistic Children: A Guide For Parents & Professionals (Hardback). Hardback Published: 06/10/2017.
Authors : Wing, Ms Lorna. There is no-one in the office at the Weekend. Product Information Lorna Wing is a psychiatric consultant for the National Autistic Society, and the mother of an autistic daughter. Country of Publication. Read full description. The book that doctors recommend first to parents of an autistic child. Lorna Wing is a psychiatric consultant for the National Autistic Society, and the mother of an autistic daughter.
176 pages ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-171) and index. Part 1. Description of the children. Introduction - History - How many children are autistic? -. Description of the children Donor challenge: For only 4 more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.
1971, Autistic Children: a Guide for Parents.
Although groundbreaking and influential, Wing herself cautioned in her 1981 paper that "It must be pointed out that the people described by the present author all had problems of adjustment or. superimposed psychiatric illnesses severe enough to necessitate referral to a psychiatric clinic. and) the series described here is probably biased towards those with more severe handicaps. 1971, Autistic Children: a Guide for Parents.