Reaching the Autistic Child: A Parent Training Program

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Brookline Books, 1998 - Education - 289 pages
Symptoms of autism--including uncooperativeness, inattention, and bizarre, self-destructive behavior--place tremendous strain on families. The proven program presented here offers parents an effective alternative to institutionalization. Detailed cased studies demonstrate how parents can teach autistic children to interact in socially acceptable ways.

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