We continue to expand the topics of our free material so that you have access to more and more varied content. We know that the one we present in this section will be of interest to our community, especially for parents, teachers and all those professionals interested in neurodevelopmental disorders. It is a compendium of books on autism in PDF format.
Cases of childhood autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have increased notably in the last decades. Therefore, we consider it very important to include it as a topic in our virtual library. Perhaps with our books on autism you can start to get a better orientation on this subject.
Autism or autism spectrum disorder can be defined as a neurological condition that affects development in childhood and adulthood, since it accompanies the individuals who present it all their life. The most affected areas in autism are: social interaction, communication and sensory perception, which also affects behavior.
Autistic persons usually have little eye contact, restricted interests, inflexibility, poor adaptation to changes and stereotyped behaviors. All these symptoms can be detected at an early age and today a diagnosis can be obtained before the age of two.
In autism, early attention is important, so parents, teachers and health professionals are encouraged to watch for signs that may appear as early as one year of age. Most parents begin to worry about delayed language development and little or no interaction with the people around the child.Find out much more about this interesting topic by taking a look at the more than 15 books on autism in PDF format, ready for immediate and free download. We hope they will be very useful for your research.
Here we present our complete selection of Autism books:
1) An Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism Society of Newfoundland and LabradorSource: Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
2) Autism and Play Volume 2
Middletown Centre for AutismSource: Middletown Centre for Autism
3) What is Good Practice in Autism Education
Southern Cross UniversitySource: Southern Cross University
4) Autism at Home A Guide for Parents Carers and Professionals
Nottinghamshire County CouncilSource: Nottinghamshire County Council
6) Therapies for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder Behavioral Interventions Update
Amy S Weitlauf,Melissa L McPheeters,Brittany PetersSource: Effective Health Care
7) Teaching Students with Autism
Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division No 119Source: Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division No 119
8) Assisting People With Autism
The National Disability AuthoritySource: The National Disability Authority
10) How to Create Using Strategies That Help all Pupils Autism Friendly Classrooms
David BurnsSource: Autism Hampshire
11) Practical Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder A Review of the Literature (Article)
Jannelle MurraySource: Education Resources Information Center
12) Top Tips for Communicating Effectively With Autistic People (Article)
Ambitious about AutismSource: Ambitious about Autism
14) Partners of people with ASD (Article)
Derbyshire County CouncilSource: Derbyshire County Council
15) Autism Spectrum Disorder (Article)
National Institute of Mental HealthSource: National Institute of Mental Health
16) Communicating With People With Autism Spectrum Disorders (Article)
Judicial College VictoriaSource: Judicial College Victoria
17) An Introduction to Autism (Article)
Eric ZanderSource: The Pennsylvania State University
18) Pretend Play and Children Eith Autism Spectrum Disorder Deficits and Interventions
Emily J JorgensonSource: Greensboro
Here ends our selection of free Autism books in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!
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