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Some books, articles, and research journal articles that may be helpful!



By Elle McNicoll 

"A Kind of Spark" narrates the journey of 11-year-old Addie, who passionately advocates for a memorial in remembrance of the witch trials that unfolded in her Scottish hometown. Addie firmly believes that there is a deeper narrative surrounding these persecuted "witches," just as there is an untold story within her own life.

A Kind Of Spark》講述了11歲的艾迪為紀念在她的蘇格蘭小鎮上發生的巫術審判而發起紀念活動的故事。艾迪知道這些「女巫」的故事還有更多,就像她自己的故事一樣。

By Abigail Balfe

"In this beautifully illustrated memoir, author-illustrator Abigail Balfe shares the story of her experience growing up as an autistic individual and the obstacles she faced while navigating the conventional world around her."


By Barry M. Prizant

“A must-read for anyone touched by autism. Instead of classifying “autistic” behaviors as signs of pathology, Dr. Prizant sees them as part of a range of strategies to cope with a world that feels chaotic and overwhelming. Rather than curb these behaviors, it’s better to enhance abilities, build on strengths, and offer supports that will lead to more desirable behavior and a better quality of life."


By Marge Blanc

This ground-breaking book will show you how to:

  • Recognize the meaning and intentions behind echolalia.

  • Support autistic students from echolalia to self-generated language.

  • Bring this information to families and your school teams."


  • 認識訪說背後的含義和意圖。

  • 為自閉光譜學生提供支持,幫助他們從訪說發展至到自發性語言。

  • 將這些信息帶給家庭和學校團隊。



By Jim Sinclair

This article highlights the importance of adopting the perspective of autistic individuals when considering autism. It is a highly significant piece as Jim shares insights into how autism is perceived by someone on the autism spectrum. The article holds great power in illustrating the need for neurotypical individuals to go beyond their own viewpoint and consider alternative perspectives when dealing with autism.




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