The ABCs of Autism Acceptance PDF/EPUB ò The ABCs

The ABCs of Autism Acceptance PDF/EPUB ò The ABCs

The ABCs of Autism Acceptance ➩ The ABCs of Autism Acceptance Ebook ➯ Author Sparrow Rose Jones – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Sparrow Rose Jones is probably best known for their blog Unstrange Mind Remapping My World and their previous book No You Don’t Essays from an Unstrange Mind both of which deftly narrate their exami of Autism Kindle × Sparrow Rose Jones is probably best known for their blog Unstrange Mind Remapping My World and their previous book No You Don’t Essays from an Unstrange Mind both of which deftly narrate their The ABCs MOBI :Þ examination of themself their identity as an Autistic person and the changing state of access and civil rights for Autistic people Their essays have covered everything from famous civil rights and criminal cases in ABCs of Autism eBook ✓ the media to sexuality and relationships life skills coping mechanisms and personal introspection In The ABCs of Autism Acceptance Sparrow takes us through a guided tour of the topics most central to changing the way that autism is perceived to remove systemic barriers to access that have traditionally been barriers to Autistic participation in some sectors of society They also take us through the basics of Autistic culture discussing many of its major features and recent developments with a sense of history and making the current state of the conversation around this form of neurodivergence clear to those who are new to it whether they are Autistic themselves or a friendfamily member looking for resources to help themselves support the Autistic people in their lives fully While it is impossible to capture the full scope and diversity of Autistic communities—and there are many of them out there—this book does serve as an important conversation starter a primer and a humble guide to the world In these short essays you will find most of the topics most often blogged about by Actually Autistic authors including footnotes resources and references to other writers whose works continue the conversations that start here.


5 thoughts on “The ABCs of Autism Acceptance

  1. Nico St. John Nico St. John says:

    The ABCs of Autism Acceptance is like virtually no other book on autism that’s out on the market Unlike other books about autism that are billed as imparting expert knowledge ABCs actually does contain expert knowledge and insider wisdom from an Autistic person They do a brilliant job of addressing a wide range of topics bullying relationships empathy healthcare access and even the intersections of being Autistic with race and gender The chapters are in essay form and the author’s plain speaking and informative writing style make this both an easy read and a great recommendation for anyone who wants to understand autism and Autistic people


  2. Kate Kittenfists Kate Kittenfists says:

    Loved it Very healing read that helped me on my uest to not be a drill sergeant to my own mind and stop cutting away the parts of myself that don’t fit into society Highly recommended


  3. solidad solidad says:

    An excellent resource and reference that covers many of the main issues that we as Autistic people face in our lives Highly recommended


  4. Marie Pattison Frey Marie Pattison Frey says:

    As enlightening as The Real Experts with additional Reference links throughout 26 short essays on numerous topics affecting Autistic adults


  5. Kmason52 Kmason52 says:

    The best book about autism that I've read


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5 thoughts on “The ABCs of Autism Acceptance

  1. Nico St. John Nico St. John says:

    The ABCs of Autism Acceptance is like virtually no other book on autism that’s out on the market Unlike other books about autism that are billed as imparting expert knowledge ABCs actually does contain expert knowledge and insider wisdom from an Autistic person They do a brilliant job of addressing a wide range of topics bullying relationships empathy healthcare access and even the intersections of being Autistic with race and gender The chapters are in essay form and the author’s plain speaking and informative writing style make this both an easy read and a great recommendation for anyone who wants to understand autism and Autistic people

  2. Kate Kittenfists Kate Kittenfists says:

    Loved it Very healing read that helped me on my uest to not be a drill sergeant to my own mind and stop cutting away the parts of myself that don’t fit into society Highly recommended

  3. solidad solidad says:

    An excellent resource and reference that covers many of the main issues that we as Autistic people face in our lives Highly recommended

  4. Marie Pattison Frey Marie Pattison Frey says:

    As enlightening as The Real Experts with additional Reference links throughout 26 short essays on numerous topics affecting Autistic adults

  5. Kmason52 Kmason52 says:

    The best book about autism that I've read

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