Lynne Watkins Was Born In Bristol In 1960 And Was Diagnosed With Aspergers Syndrome At The Age Of 40. Her Two Sons Were Diagnosed With Severe Learning Difficulties And Autism At An Early Age. In This Book She Attempts To Explain Her Experiences As A Carer And Someone Who Has An Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Her Aim Is To Make Others Think Better Of Autistic People And To Consider The Way They Are Taught To Belong To The World. From The Foreword: "In This Book Lynne Has Not Written Her Life Story. She Has Illustrated Her Experiences. It Is Full Of Pragmatic Solutions, Written With The Insight Of Someone With Autism, Observing And Managing Her Children With Autism. It Is Written With Humour And With A Painful Honesty." Dr Peter Carpenter F.R.C.Psych. July 2012
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