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Succeeding with autism; hear my voice.


Succeeding with autism; hear my voice.

Cohen, Judith H.

Jessica Kingsley Pub.


240 pages




Cohen presents an account of a young man who has succeeded in managing his autism and is now experiencing success in his career as a math and computer science teacher. She begins by describing her first meeting with "Michael" when he entered the teacher education program she coordinated at Adelphi University. As she tells Michael's story, she reflects on the key issues of autism at each stage of development. The volume lacks bibliographical references.

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Date:Sep 1, 2005
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