Autistic children, "strange birds", hypersensitive, with some kind of disorder, high potential, atypical or just different - this reality is defined by the term "neurodiversity" and affects 20% of the population. How to raise a child who does not fit into the generally accepted frameworks, and the system wants to put him/her in them? How do you build your personality when you are treated like a problem?
Claire Stride, author of "Unmanageable or Atypical?", helps families and educators cope better. She herself has dyslexia, dyscalculia and high potential. She studied neuroscience, non-aggressive communication models, worked as a consultant, teacher and personal coach on emotional and interpersonal intelligence. In this book, she explains to us how these extraordinary children function, shares the right approach and practical means to help them without guilt and constant struggles.