Autism and Blindness: Research and Reflections
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Chapter 1 Autism and blindness: building on the sum of their parts, Linda Pring.
Chapter 2 Why connect? On the relation between austim and blindness, R Peter Hobson.
Chapter 3 Beyond 'modalarity' and innateness: sensory experience, social interaction and symbolic development in children with autism and blindness, Susan Leekam and Shirley Wyver.
Chapter 4 More than meets the eye: blindness, talent and autism, Linda Pring and Valerie Tadic.
Chapter 5 Early signs of developmental setback and autism in infants with severe visual impairment, Naomi Dale.
Chapter 6 Do blind children show autistic features:. Miguel Perez-Pereira and Gina Conti-Ramsden.
Chapter 7 Blind children and children with autism: research methods fit for purpose, Vicky Lewis and Glyn Collis.
Chapter 8 Educational implications of autism and visual impairment, Rita Jordan.
Chapter 9 Guidelines for teaching students with visual impairment and autistic spectrum disorders, Ros Gibbons.
Commentary Reflections on the connections between autism and blindness, Helen Tager-Flushberg.