Issue 24: Summer 2014

 
 
 
 

We kick off the first of a three-part series on conversation with Anchors Away! - a feature on how to teach your pre-verbal child the purpose of communication. There’s also a double page feature on potty training a child with autism. Plus we had a lot of fun with the graphics for Please Can We Borrow That TARDIS? – a feature in which we asked four adults with autism what they’d tell their parents if they could go back in time.We kick off the first of a three-part series on conversation with Anchors Away! - a feature on how to teach your pre-verbal child the purpose of communication. There’s also a double page feature on potty training a child with autism. Plus we had a lot of fun with the graphics for Please Can We Borrow That TARDIS? – a feature in which we asked four adults with autism what they’d tell their parents if they could go back in time.We kick off the first of a three-part series on conversation with Anchors Away! - a feature on how to teach your pre-verbal child the purpose of communication. There’s also a double page feature on potty training a child with autism. Plus we had a lot of fun with the graphics for Please Can We Borrow That TARDIS? – a feature in which we asked four adults with autism what they’d tell their parents if they could go back in time.

Table of Contents

Readers’ page

Readers Letters and Photographs

Reviews

A Week of Switching, Shifting, and Stretching: How to Make My Thinking More Flexible by Lauren Kerstein; The Asperkid’s Launch Pad by Jennifer Cook O’Toole; Social Situation Stories; Tricky Times by Alison Harris; Raising Children with Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism by Yuko Yoshida and The Panicosaurus by KI Ghani. Competition – Rosy & Bo.

Ask the Experts

Why Does My Son Spin Things?

Dry and Mighty

Toilet Training

Please Can We Borrow That TARDIS?

Four adults on the spectrum were given an imaginary TARDIS. What would they tell the adults around them?

Anchors Away!

Conversation Series Part 1

The Kindness of Strangers

and what to do when your child has a wobbler in public

Getting Their Wires Crossed

Occupational Therapist Breanne Black explains why some kids are so over-sensitive to touch

Debby Elley’s The Last Word

The Autism ‘Snob’

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