Approaching the condition of autism from many perspectives, the authors make a comprehensive study of the disorder, balancing theory with practice, and presenting a clear picture of what it means to be autistic, and what can be done to improve the capabilities of the autistic child. They consider the historical descriptions, explanations and recognition of the condition; the symptoms and causes and examine methods of communicating with autistic children and helping them to communicate as fully as possible.

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