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Top 6 Must-Have Books For Parents With Children On The Spectrum

Top 6 Must-Have Books For Parents With Children On The Spectrum

Sometimes, families who have kids with an autism spectrum disorder just need a little extra help. That's where books about autism and autism spectrum disorders come into play.

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Looking for easy, accessible reads about Asperger’s Syndrome and girls?

Looking for easy, accessible reads about Asperger’s Syndrome and girls?

Look no further. The CHP books are the next thing you need to read about Asperger’s Syndrome.

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Chris Packham

Chris Packham

BBC presenter Chris Packham’s frank admission that he has Asperger’s syndrome has been applauded by many others with autism.

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Raising a child with autism - A mums story

Raising a child with autism - A mums story

From day one Clare knew that there was something different about her son. After four years of frustration and waiting lists he was finally diagnosed with autism and able to get the attention he needed.

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An Open Letter to New Parents of Autism

An Open Letter to New Parents of Autism

As soon as that pregnancy test shows positive or that adoption call is received, your world changes. Your hopes and dreams are modified to include hopes and dreams for your children.

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Events

Introduction to Sensory Processing
Lane End Conference Centre, Church Road, Lane End, Buckinghamshire, HP14 3HH
4th June 2016
Care Forum
Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa, Northamptonshire
6th - 7th June 2016
Kidz to Adultz South
Rivermead Leisure Complex, Richfield Avenue, Reading, RG1 8EQ
9th June 2016