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Multicoloured mayhem : parenting the many shades of adolescents and children with autism, Asperger syndrome, and AD/HD

Author: Jacqui Jackson
Publisher: London ; New York : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ©2004.
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Jacqui Jackson has seven children. Luke has Asperger Syndrome, Joe has ADHD, and Ben has autism. Full of anecdotes and lively thinking, the book explains vividly what it is like to parent young  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jacqui Jackson
ISBN: 1843101718 9781843101710
OCLC Number: 52456114
Description: 256 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Meet the Jacksons --
An autism cocktail --
An extra splash of colour --
The causes of autism --
The autism detective --
The overlap between AD/HD and autism --
A colourful tapestry --
Autism --
A bit more about Ben --
A diagnosis of autism --
School --
Routine and change --
Therapies and interventions --
AD/HD : and now a bit more about Joe! --
Does my child have AD/HD? --
Parenting the AD/HD child --
School and AD/HD --
Interventions --
Asperger syndrome --
Asperger syndrome- a 'mild' form of autism --
Awaiting a diagnosis --
Asperger syndrome in the family --
Running an 'emulator' --
Asperger syndrome and adolescence --
Different is cool --
Family fun --
An unseen guest --
... and a few more visitors! --
Treasured memories --
Large families --
Food for thought --
Sibling situations --
Sibling rivalry --
Siblings of children with autism ans AS --
Sibling of children of AD/HD --
Language difficulties and siblings --
On the positive side --
Adolescence --
Teenage transformations --
Avoiding conflict --
Setting boundaries --
Sex, drugs, and rock and roll --
Holidays : coping with change --
Disney World diaries --
A change is as good as a rest --
Travel tips --
Disney advice --
Put safety first --
Autism nightmares --
AD/HD hazards --
Anxieties of asperger syndrome --
Dangers of dyspraxia --
Safety suggestions --
The parents' survival guide --
A time for everything --
Count your blessings --
Maintaining your own identity --
Sleeping sickness --
Survival skills --
A conclusion to the chaos.
Responsibility: Jacqui Jackson.
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;Jacqui has much to share with her readers, and there is plenty that is familiar, and lots of good, common sense advice. It is a book that parents of children with ASD will feel comfortable with, as Read more...

 
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