Autistics are simply different people. We need to get know them and to stop judging them. Even so called normal people "sometimes" feel and act like they are autistic, perhaps not with the same acuteness, strength, frequentation, but they still do act as if they are autistic! Some of us when nervous (for example) shake our legs. Some of us don't look at people when they are talking. Some of us can become so involved in an internet search we don't realize we are in a room full of active, noisy people. All of these things are things autistics do. Many people with autism are visual thinkers, and some are very high functioning. No two children or adults with this condition will be exactly the same, but there can be similarities. Some have very few problems, and others are almost unreachable. Different autism types have different names, and more and more is being learned about this condition every day. This book will to help you recognize autism as a difference, not as a disease. It is a handbook resource that should be put in the hands of every parent attempting to solve the puzzle of autism, and of every single adult who is or has been touched by autism. Written by Dr. Deena Moustafa, author of "Depression, The Silent Screaming" and "You Are Not Alone---A Message To Parents Of Children With Autism," this book is a must have for every diagnostic library, for every parent who has a child with autism, for every parent who has a child suspected of having autism, and for anyone who wants to solve the puzzle of autism.