At long last, here's a book that acknowledges howconfusing
non-autistic people can be for us autistics andsupports and
empowers them to make their communicationswith us more successful.
This is a practical guide that urgesnon-autistic people to evaluate
the way they interact with us toreduce confusion.
- Dean Beadle, autistic speaker/trainer, writer and singer
Anyone reading this guide should be able to easily take onboard the recommendations and implement them into dayto day life. Those who are able to make adjustments willdefinitely support more effective two-way communication.Emma Chantler, Autism Education Trust
Nice to see publications like this being produced, that take arespectful approach to communication with autistic people.Dr Damian Milton
A book like this is incredibly validating and will not onlymake for better communication between autistic and allisticpeople, but will change the way that people see and respecthow autistic people communicate. It's such an importantbook and twists the narrative on its head, so thank you.Erin Ekins
This book really helps you realise how much further we allhave to go to make it a truly accessible society. It should behanded out in every establishment in the country!Geoffrey Hames
As the parent of an autistic son, this is enlightening - anessential read that opens our eyes to the power andimportance of kind, considered, effective communication.Jane (and Jamie) Lush
I like the way this book's broken down - really useful formany of the people I see on our autism in the workplacetraining who are developing their understanding of autism.Lorraine MacAlister, National Autistic Society
This all looks great and seems very well thought out andpresented and was very easy to follow. I hope it does welland makes a positive difference. It was helpful withoutfeeling patronising - a breath of fresh air.Peggy Powell