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The book contains the essential elements required to provide a solid background in the field of ASD: historical background, causes of the condition, identification of the disorder, and proven ways to provide education for and care of individuals who have the condition.
Boucher’s Book offers a welcome update and comprehensive coverage of the historical and contemporary knowledge of ASD, presented in an engaging manner that poses many questions to the reader thereby encouraging critical interpretation of the evidence. It is a valuable resource for those who wish to gain insight into the multidisciplinary perspectives of ASD including its origins, diagnosis, diversity and care.
It relates knowledge of up-to-date research, linking these theoretical aspects to practice as well as to the impact on the lives of those with ASD [...]the book is suitable for practitioners and professionals in many spheres, as well as those in training or in different branches of academia [...] Highly recommended.
Good oversight of the subject but looking for more specific around policing.
This book is in depth with a historical background paving the way for further chapters. The chapters are clearly laid out allowing you to dip in and out of sections within the book and still have an understanding. The real-life accounts put autism into perspective and give people with little awareness of a practical understanding. Overall it is an in-depth informative read that would support any module reading list for students studying education and SEND.
An excellent one stop source which provides detailed background and detail on ASD including practical advice in supporting students with ASD.
A detailed book of Autistic Spectrum Disorder and will be used in accordance with the Cache specification for students on level 3.