BOOKS WRITTEN BY ROBERT J. BERNSTEIN
2018 IPPY Gold Medal Award Winner in the Mental/Psychology category. 2017 Best Books Award Winner in the Mental/Psychology category and 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Parenting/Family category, "Uniquely Normal: Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy To Treat Autism. Author Robert J. Bernstein has found a different approach based on cognition thinking in helping people of all ages with ASD. The author's goal is for people with ASD to be able to live in the world and connect with the people in it as themselves, to express their unique humanity and engage more fully in the human interactions that give life meaning and make it worth the effort of getting out of bed every day.
Uniquely Normal Manual
This manual is the companion guide to
Uniquely Normal: Tapping the Reservoir of Normalcy to Treat Autism. It is a guide to using the Bernstein Cognitive Method for Autism (BCMA, or Bernstein Method).
Rob teaches us the commonsense approach and uses everyday situations to help children with autism progress with language, socialization, and organization.
You don’t need a graduate school education to use this method; you have all the knowledge and skills you need.
You already know how to do everything necessary to make a difference for your child.
The author believes that whatever he does therapeutically must be on the ASD individual’s terms; he or she must lead. The author's therapy examples are categorized by age groups of 2-5 years of age, 6-10 years of age, 11-14 years of age and 19 years of age and up.
Best books on autism for parents By Robert Bernstein
Books on autism, such as "Uniquely Normal" by Robert Bernstein, offer helpful knowledge, advice, and support for parents of children with autism. They provide distinctive viewpoints and methods that can aid parents in understanding and supporting their autistic children.
The best books on autism for parents might be beneficial for those who want to better understand their child's diagnosis and support their needs. It's important to keep in mind that every person with autism is different, and what works for one may not work for another. As a result, it's important for parents to keep developing their knowledge and refining their strategies based on their particular child's requirements and abilities. Robert Bernstein has written books on his unique bernstein cognitive method for children with autism. It is necessary to consult with professionals and to tailor treatments to the individual needs of the child.