Understanding Death and Illness and What They Teach about Life: A Practical Guidebook for People with Autism or Aspergers, and Their Loved Ones - Autism Awareness
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Understanding Death and Illness and What They Teach about Life: A Practical Guidebook for People with Autism or Aspergers, and Their Loved Ones

Understanding Death and Illness and What They Teach about Life: A Practical Guidebook for People with Autism or Aspergers, and Their Loved Ones

Author: Catherine Faherty
Publishing Info: Paperback 341 pages / July 2008
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Death and illness affect every person. Witnessing the dying and death of a person or pet can leave you with many questions. In this book, author Catherine Faherty answers those questions in an autism-friendly, clear and precise way, geared for children, teens, and adults with autism. But this book is not just about death. It also demonstrates the interconnectedness of living and dying and offers simple, positive guidelines for living. Communication Forms to make it easier for the readers and their families, friends, teachers, therapists, or others to identify and respond to the unique needs of the reader.

$34.95

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