Debra Moore and Temple Grandin have nine strategies to help you navigate the autism spectrum. Both authors are autistic and have unique perspectives on the difficulties of helping children on the spectrum. Both authors emphasize the importance of strengthening the individual strengths of children with autism. They also discuss the importance of family involvement in promoting positive outcomes and for their children.
Temple Grandin, an international bestseller, reveals nine mindsets that can be used to help children with autism spectrum disorders. They are optimism, positivity and resilience. These mindsets are based on strengths, and help kids realize that they are worth more than they know. But how do you begin building these mindsets? Grandin and psychologist Debra Moore discuss how to start.
Abstract concepts such as algebra are one of the biggest challenges for autistic people. Many autistic children would benefit from geometry or another concrete subject. Parents must stretch autistic kids beyond the conventional educational setting. Some parents shy away from teaching practical social skills, while others are hesitant to introduce their child to Boy Scouts or robotics. It’s important to remember, however, that the label “autistic”, may not be the most helpful. Parents who believe their child is autistic can help them to show them things that stimulate their imaginations and stretch their minds.
In this book, Temple Grandin addresses the real issues that parents face, presenting tried-and-true strategies for tackling the most common challenges. Grandin shares tips that can be applied today, based on her extensive research and personal experience. It is possible to create a better future by using the power of the animal kingdom in order to teach children autism. This book is essential reading for teachers, parents, and all professionals who work with children on the autism spectrum.
“Saving the Whole Person” is the last mindset. It asks us to think differently in regards to autistic individuals. Our first impressions are just data points and not patterns. The behavior we initially perceive as behavior may not be the norm later. Instead, we should be mindful of the patterns we perceive. We should not allow rigid expectations to stifle the minds of our children. And by fostering empathy, we can help them improve their lives.
This groundbreaking book is written by Temple Grandin, an international bestseller, and Debra Moore, a psychologist. Each mindset is designed to boost self-confidence in children. These mindsets, based on strengths, are especially important in helping kids on the spectrum who are more resistant to traditional therapies. Many parents and educators are unsure which mindset to use. Debra Moore’s book will help you learn more.
Labeling is an important topic. It is important not to label children with autism. Debra has met people who question the idea of labeling autism-prone children. This book provides insight into the 9 mindsets parents need to adopt to help their children lead successful lives. You can order the book directly from the publisher, or request one from your local library.
In addition to the book’s comprehensive information on the subject of identifying and empowering autistic children, Temple Grandin has been a leading voice in advocating for people with autism for more than 30 years. The authors draw from her personal experiences and the advice of other professionals. She stresses the importance of developing a child’s strengths in order to reach his or her full potential.
Temple Grandin has a Ph.D. in animal science from the University of Illinois and is a professor at Colorado State University. She is a well-known autism expert and has presented at many conferences across the country. Her work has helped thousands of parents, professionals, and educators understand autism. She has won seven Emmy Awards and received many awards, including a Nobel Prize.