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|1||There's something wrong with your son||15|
|3||Now what do we do?||26|
|4||Back to basics||36|
|7||Away at school||66|
|8||Just a lonely boy||78|
|10||Out to lunch||100|
|11||Light at the end of the tunnel||113|
|12||The heart of my artichoke||122|
|13||Ch... ch... cha... changes||132|
|14||Making sense of the sensory||145|
|16||Of things motoric||168|
|18||Finding his passion--and beyond||188|
|Afterword: The politics of it all||200|
Posted October 12, 2000
Echo's very honest and detailed struggle to find her son was the most reassuring book I've read yet about Asperger's. By the time I finished reading (and crying), I was able to accept my dtr's diagnosis and talk about autism easily. Excellent writing!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 29, 2000
This book was so well written, documenting the journey to get to the diagnosis and even addressing the problems of Asperger siblings. If you want a 'down-to-earth' read, with informative, helpful and entertaining accounts, THIS IS THE ONE!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.