Book: Autism Decoded - The Cracks in the Code (Volume 1) by Stella Waterhousecategories: Book, ASD, Asperger's Syndrome, Neurodiversity, Autism Awareness, Autism Acceptance, Autism Understanding, Autism Puzzle, Autism Spectrum
Stella Waterhouseabout this book: Today there is a great emphasis on awareness and acceptance, but only when we reach understanding will people be able to take the final step towards equality.
That search for understanding provided the springboard for The Cracks in the Code; an exciting book that takes a fresh look at autism: piecing the puzzle together one bit at a time.
Based on three decades of research this controversial book trawls through history to find out when it all began while also using personal accounts to uncover the very real differences that underlie autism itself. That helps unlock the many mysteries of ASD as well as challenging some common misconceptions and some of the theories that abound.
Intrigued? I do hope so.
• Part history, part mystery and a fascinating read . . . — Nancy Alspaugh-Jackson
• Through the Cracks Will Come Light! — P. Murphy
• Autism Decoded is an easy to read, myth dispelling book, which unapologetically confronts the diversity of both autistic and non autistic worlds and their conundrums. — Donna Williams
• Autism Decoded: The Cracks in the Code, is one of the best books I have read on autism, and I have read quite a few. — Manuel F Casanova (Prof)
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