Residents of Bashkortostan can read books on autism in a virtual exhibition

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People in Bashkortostan can read books on autism. The publications are presented at a virtual exhibition that is taking place on the website of the Russian State Children’s Library (RGB). It presents books by Russian and foreign authors on the diagnosis, correction and socialization of children with autism. Reports about it ASI.

The book by clinicians Katrina Williams and Jacqueline Roberts, Understanding Autism: A Guide for Parents, discusses the diagnosis and specifics of autism at different ages.

The book by Elena Baenskaya, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, “Help in Raising Children with Special Emotional Development” describes the main stages of a child’s emotional development in the norm and compares them with the features of affective development in early childhood autism. The book presents methods of correctional work with autistic children, which are optimal for early age. All books presented at the exhibition can be seen on the library website.

Still on the RGBB website there is a virtual one exhibition of books with a special font for children with dyslexia and other difficulties in perceiving the text. The exhibition presents “Thumbelina” by Hans Christian Andersen, “Deniskin’s Stories” by Victor Dragunsky, “Stories for Children” and “New Alphabet” by Leo Tolstoy, “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” by Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann.

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