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Coach yourself through the autism spectrum

Author: Ruth Knott-Schroeder
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2009.
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Parenting a child with autism can be isolating, draining, and stressful. Parenting a neurotypical child alongside them is even more complicated and confusing. Coach Yourself through the Autism Spectrum offers an opportunity to access your inner creativity, resourcefulness, strengths, and abilities in order to create positive change in your family. Short sections on common problems such as visits to the doctor,  Read more...
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Knott-Schroeder, Ruth.
Coach yourself through the autism spectrum.
London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2009
(DLC) 2009001271
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Knott-Schroeder
ISBN: 9781846429651 184642965X 1849058016 9781849058018 1282297341 9781282297340
OCLC Number: 646832671
Description: 1 online resource (222 pages)
Contents: Section I: Parenting children on the autism spectrum. Meltdowns --
Outings --
Childcare and respite --
Doctor visits --
"Invisible" autism: the unique isolation of "high functioning" --
Parenting your child's strengths (Children with autism spectrum disorder) --
Educational decisions --
Sleeplessness --
Extended family --
Bullying --
Stuck spots --
Section II: Parenting neurotypical siblings. Asymmetrical development --
"Autism-free" zones --
Parenting your child's strengths (neurotypical children) --
Fairness --
Message from a grown sibling --
Section III: Parent care and long-term health. Comparison --
Finding your parent-strengths --
Parent care --
What fills your tank? --
"I'm a dad, what can I do?" --
Marriage building --
For husbands --
Single parenting --
Laugh a little --
Appendix I: Note to grandparents --
Appendix 2: Parent checklist: "ready for a coach?" --
Appendix 3: Checklist for choosing a coach --
Appendix 4: "How can I help?" (a brief coaching exercise for friends and family).
Responsibility: Ruth Knott Schroeder.

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