The Autism Acceptance Book Being a Friend to Someone With


The Autism Acceptance Book Being a Friend to Someone With Autism ❴Read❵ ➵ The Autism Acceptance Book Being a Friend to Someone With Autism Author Ellen Sabin – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Autism Acceptance Book is an activity book a conversation starter and an educational tool that engages children in learning to embrace people's differences and treat others with respect compassion The Autism Acceptance Acceptance Book PDF/EPUB ë Book is an activity book a conversation starter and an educational tool that engages children in learning to embrace people's differences and treat others with respect compassion and kindness It teaches children about autism; helps them imagine how things might feel for those with autism and lets them think of ways The Autism Epub / to be understanding and accepting to people with autism Ideal for children and classrooms and other group settings.


7 thoughts on “The Autism Acceptance Book Being a Friend to Someone With Autism

  1. Lara Lara says:

    The subtitle says it all I'm looking forward to doing some of the exercises in this book with my niece and nephew when they're a bit older They already know my kid is different but this will help them understand how and why she does some of the things she does I'm certain it would be useful for explaining to neurotypical siblings and best friends too


  2. Aleisha Aleisha says:

    ALL should read this book Especially young children Knowledge brings acceptance and acceptance brings love And the world needs if that


  3. Isabella Isabella says:

    This book was interesting I enjoyed it a lot


  4. Meg Meg says:

    Consider sharing this important bookresource with your elementary school aged kids


  5. Kristine Kristine says:

    This was such a great book and I suggest all teachers read it to their students especially those in the elementary and middle school age range


  6. Carolyn, Ur Local Carrot Stick Carolyn, Ur Local Carrot Stick says:

    My twin is autistic and I try my hardest to be nice and help her out because she gets bullied I find this book helpful in making her feel better


  7. Ettina Ettina says:

    An excellent book but one thing concerns me at several points in the book they suggest raising money for an autism charity without any mention of the problems with many autism charities or the importance of talking to the autistic person about how they feel about a particular charity Some charities such as Autism Speaks do harm than good to the public view of autism and most autistic people would rather you not give them any money Unfortunately I have heard many stories of well meaning people who didn't check a charity's history with autistic self advocates before raising money for them so if you are going to recommend raising money you really should warn them to be careful which charity they donate to


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