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The parents book is also worth a read.
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Cheers for all the info, ordered a few books to have a look through, i think what has bought it home for the eldest is Henry's school carer has started to ask his about Henrys home life, (e.g. his sleeping habits and general behaviour). This has made the eldest very concerned for Henry and making him a lot more aware of his difficulties, we have advised the school not to interrogate the eldest about his brother as it is not fair on him and he feels bad about talking about his brother behind his back but it seems to have given him an interest in his condition.
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Let us know how the books work for your family and how your son responds to them.
I bet they will prompt even more questions!
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Used the "we are aliens to him and a lot of things we do is odd to him" comparison yesterday and that seemed to work well.


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