HEAS (Home Education Advisory Service) Bulletin
The book's introduction gives a useful, practical overview of autistic spectrum diosrders and the effects that this range of conditions has on family life... The creative ideas are explained with the help of brief case-studies which are honest, heartening and positive; this book would be both helpful and comforting to parents who are caring for children who are on the autistic spectrum.
The Midwest Book Review
Any who work with kids diagnosed on the autism spectrum will find these stories of real-life problems and successes inspiring. They cover everything from bathing to school trips and childcare providers and provides parents and caregivers real-world tools to help support a child, encourage social skills development, and more. Common problem areas are also covered in a "toolkit" area, while chapters offer sidebars of easy reads on situations such as sleepovers or reading faces and emotions. Any library catering to parents needs this.