Emergence: Labeled Autistic - Autstics and the Real World Summary & Analysis

Temple Grandin
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This chapter directly addresses issues relevant to people dealing with autistic children. It is presented in bullet form and each section is very concise at to the point. It could almost be used as a flyer or information sheet for people dealing with autism.

Here are the main points.

Autistic children are all different, so require different responses and treatments. Temple's own life illustrates this point. If one follows the many approaches researched and tried by Temple's mother, it becomes obvious that each child is different and that their needs change as they grow up.

Parents should find what interests an autistic child and build on that interest. Teachers can also participate in this search. Even when the interests seem bizarre, such as Temple's lifelong search for a machine that could balance her vestibular system, and even...

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