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Siblings of Children with Autism
By Sandra L. Harris and Beth Glasberg


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Reviewer: Allison Martin

Siblings of Children with Autism explores the impact of raising a child with autism on the family, especially on brothers and sisters. This short book describes ways to alleviate concerns of your other children, as well as ways to better integrate your child with autism into the family. It is an very relevant topic for families, and one that is often ignored.

It is important to recognize the difference between the normal frustration of childhood and the special impact of having a sibling with autism, Dr. Harris explains. Siblings need information on autism and its impacts, assistance in coping with anger and other emotions, and skills to play or interact with their special sibilings. Her book provides research and suggestions for supporting your other children, and the whole family, intersperced with quotes and examples from families struggling with these same issues. This is a thoughtful resource for families of children with autism.

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