The Autistic Spectrum: Revised edition

The Autistic Spectrum Revised edition Over people of all ages in the UK have disorders in the autistic spectrum About one third also have varying degrees of learning difficulty All have impairment of social interaction communicat

  • Title: The Autistic Spectrum: Revised edition
  • Author: Lorna Wing
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Over 500,000 people of all ages in the UK have disorders in the autistic spectrum About one third also have varying degrees of learning difficulty All have impairment of social interaction, communication and imagination the world appears a bewildering and sometimes frightening place.Wing s acclaimed guide explains how people with autism experience the world and why theOver 500,000 people of all ages in the UK have disorders in the autistic spectrum About one third also have varying degrees of learning difficulty All have impairment of social interaction, communication and imagination the world appears a bewildering and sometimes frightening place.Wing s acclaimed guide explains how people with autism experience the world and why they need an organized, structured environment She suggests ways of improving communication, developing abilities and widening social interaction, and how to cope with stresses within the family.

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    About " Lorna Wing "

  • Lorna Wing

    Lorna Wing, MD, FRCPsych, born 7 October 1928 is an English psychiatrist and physician.As a result of having an autistic daughter, she became involved in researching developmental disorders, particularly autism spectrum disorders She joined with other parents of autistic children to found the National Autistic Society NAS in the United Kingdom in 1962 She currently works part time as a consultant psychiatrist at the NAS Centre for Social and Communication Disorders at Elliot House.Wing is the author of many books and academic papers, including Asperger s Syndrome a Clinical Account, a 1981 academic paper that popularised the research of Hans Asperger and introduced the term Asperger s syndrome Although groundbreaking and influential, Wing herself cautioned in her 1981 paper that It must be pointed out that the people described by the present author all had problems of adjustment or superimposed psychiatric illnesses severe enough to necessitate referral to a psychiatric clinic and the series described here is probably biased towards those with severe handicaps She lives in Sussex, England.

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