A Parent's Guide To Autism Causes, Diagnosis and Treatments.
Get YOUR copy now and have the best help available in charting the future for those you know who are affected by Autism.
This book covers topics that can help you get a better understanding of autism. It teaches how to help your loved one (suffering from autism) in every good way possible.
Autism is a disorder that is difficult to grasp.
The way Autism is being diagnosed and treated is changing and keeping up-to-date with these changes is now easier thanks to this guide by author Raymond Le Blanc. Autism is a disorder that is difficult to grasp. This is reflected by the fact that even a consensus on the name of the disorder has proven to be difficult and is subject to changing scientific views.
Find out about the dramatic shifts taking place with the release of DSM-5 this year.
Think of the DSM-5 as the Bible of diagnostic criteria, developed and written by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). The changes in the criteria for diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder are incorporated in this book.
Now YOU can be on top of the changes, understanding what they mean for YOUR child, your school, and your organization. The new book "Autism Guide - What Do You Need To Know? A Parent's Guide To Autism Causes, Diagnosis, Treatments and Living. DSM-5 Ready" by Autism and Aspergers expert Raymond Le Blanc brings you up to date!
˃˃˃ This book will give you ideas and strategies that you can use immediately with your child or partner.
This book is a comprehensive guide for parents and other family members, teachers, caregivers and professionals who are looking for up-to-date information about Autism.
Covered topics include:
- history of Autism spectrum disorders,
- myths surrounding Autism,
- autism diagnosis,
- the changes in the DSM-5,
- what happens after diagnosis and how to cope,
- causes of Autism,
- autism research,
- autism treatment,
- schooling and autism
- aging and Autism
- and so much more.
˃˃˃ Up-to-date information about Autism
Keep up to date with the latest autism research and practice.
˃˃˃ While there is no cure for autism, intensive, early treatment can make a big difference in the lives of many children with the disorder.
So don´t waste any more time. Educate yourself now.
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