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    My Child Is Autistic

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    My Child Is Autistic

    SKU: 978-09840761-9-2

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    The Cognitively Correct® system of communication has been used very successfully in the communication with children for all backgrounds, but especially with children, possessing different abilities, as they deal with current standards of language and communication. This is a book specifically written for both child and parent to help understand all the inherent nature of all “impulses” as “abilities”. It is a celebration of a child's differences and similarities to all other children. It is a celebration of every child's uniqueness. We are calling for a stop, to thinking of Autism as a disability; and shift our frame of reference to see these children as different, unusual and harboring more highly sensitive abilities than the commonly known versions of “ abilities”. Asperger's Syndrome itself has its own diversified range of advanced capabilities, but regardless of how a child straddles this spectrum of highly attuned abilities, when Cognitively Correct® language is used, then abilities can be effectively drawn out, effecting profound benefits for the sensitive ability children, as well those they communicate with and encounter in various settings.

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    The Cognitively Correct® system of communication has been used very successfully in the communication with children for all backgrounds, but especially with children, possessing different abilities, as they deal with current standards of language and communication. This is a book specifically written for both child and parent to help understand all the inherent nature of all “impulses” as “abilities”. It is a celebration of a child's differences and similarities to all other children. It is a celebration of every child's uniqueness. We are calling for a stop, to thinking of Autism as a disability; and shift our frame of reference to see these children as different, unusual and harboring more highly sensitive abilities than the commonly known versions of “ abilities”. Asperger's Syndrome itself has its own diversified range of advanced capabilities, but regardless of how a child straddles this spectrum of highly attuned abilities, when Cognitively Correct® language is used, then abilities can be effectively drawn out, effecting profound benefits for the sensitive ability children, as well those they communicate with and encounter in various settings.