Emergence: Labeled Autistic Topics for Discussion

Temple Grandin
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People usually say that autistic children cannot be helped to be normal. How does Temple Grandin refute that assertion?

Temple feels guilty and afraid of her Squeeze Machine. Discuss the reasons for this and determine if they are valid reasons.

Various people look past Temple's disabilities and assist her. Explain the work of at least three major assistants in Temple's growth. What particular acts or approaches help Temple the most?

Temple's family evidently has major resources to pay for private schooling and therapists. Discuss the possibilities for disadvantaged children who are autistic to recover from symptoms.

Temple discusses the great need for animals and children, all creatures, to be touched and held, yet she cannot tolerate touch. Explore her journey to being able to tolerate and receive kindly touch.

Discuss several of Temple Grandin's inventions and discoveries for animal husbandry.

Temple's mother provides many letters in this...

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