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  • Women and Girls with Autism

    Autism is a subject that I know little about. This has changed in recent years as I now have a grandson who has recently been diagnosed with autism. My daughter also seems to struggle with the pressures of life and this book seemed to have particular relevance. For me it has been a lifeline and explains a lot of the imponderable issues that I seem to face every day both in regard to my daughter as well as my grandson as I try and navigate my life and try to accommodate their needs along the way. The autism condition as it applies to women is explained with compassion and understanding towards these people and helped to reinforce my understanding of the challenges that we all face and the unique needs of those people who struggle with autism.

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