THE FABRIC OF AUTISM CD
This seven-disk series, read by Lane Browning, presents all of the material covered in Judith Bluestone's book, The Fabric of Autism, and, as a bonus, includes an activity sampler, appendices, and diagrams.
The well-written and easily understandable book brings together the disparate pieces of information and speculation about this puzzling condition, and provides insights into its underlying causes. Through case studies and personal stories, as well as neuroscientific research about developmental processes, the author uses a holistic approach to give hope to parents, relatives, and professionals working with those affected by autism. The many references, appendices, photos and charts, make this book an invaluable addition to the literature on this subject.
Judith Bluestone received the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Award for creating the world-renowned work called HANDLE, the Holistic Approach to NeuroDevelopment and Learning Efficiency. Having triumphed herself over the challenges of autism, she now serves as an advocate, teacher, therapist, lecturer, and founder of the HANDLE Institute in Seattle, WA.