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Issue 21: Autumn 2013
AuKids steps into the controversy surrounding the science of autism by talking to some actual scientists. Our policy is always to focus on what we know DOES work rather than spend precious editorial pages slating interventions that we feel are dubious. We got to the stage, though, where there was so much debate raging around us, we could ignore it no longer. In our Science Fiction and Fact feature, we interviewed the authors of The Good and Bad Science of Autism – Geneticist Dr Neil Walsh and Neuroscientist Dr Elisabeth Hurley (not that Elisabeth Hurley). We asked them about causes, cures and claims and told us to give us the answers in plain English, using plain science.
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Table of Contents
A Lifetime of Laughing and Loving with Autism by Wayne Gilpin; The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida and app review – Pronouns with Splingo from the Speech and Language Store.
Labelled with Love
The TEACCH method explained, and how to use it in every day life
Ask the Experts
Science Fiction and Fact
The Safety Net
Masses of practical Internet safety advice from a UK advisor, Fayaz Malik who works as an ambassador for CEOP Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.
Debby Elley’s The Last Word
‘Nice Toy, Shame About the Age Range’