Voices From The Spectrum, by Ariel and Naseef
Books such as Voices from the Spectrum (Ariel and Naseef 2006) collect first-hand stories by parents, siblings, people diagnosed with autism, and mental health professionals, and ethnographic accounts examine identity construction by autistic individuals.
About the book
This book is a compelling collection of personal accounts from people on the autism spectrum and those who care for them. The essays in this collection tell of the positive and negative effects of autism on individuals and families, and pose the question: is a diagnosis on the autism spectrum a puzzle to be solved, or something to be embraced?
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