For a lot of people, the most anticipated books each year are about vampires or girls with great archery skills, but the release I waited for was this book by friends, Martha Leary and Anne Donnellan. I am not exaggerating when I share that their first book, Movement Differences and Diversity in Autism, completely changed how I thought about disability, behavior, and autism. This new volume did not disappoint, and I am now recommending it to everyone in my circle (and now, to all of you)! To me, no other researchers/scholars in autism are doing more than these two women to move the field forward and to help us offer the most humane, gentle, and appropriate supports possible to those with sensory and movement problems. Bravo, Martha and Anne!
Sensory/Movement Differences and Diversity
2015-02-14T16:57:12-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, Books You Need, Editor's Picks, General, Resources We Love|Tags: all disabilities, Anne Donnelan, ASD, autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, books, cross disability, Dr. Anne Donnellan, Martha Leary, Neurodiversity, Paula Kluth, resources we love, Sensory/Movement Differences and Diversity|0 Comments
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