Friday, August 26, 2016


Steve Silberman, author of the book NeuroTribes: the Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity was interviewed yesterday on New Hampshire Public Radio's "Word of Mouth." The interview begins with a statistic from a CDC estimate that today 1 in 68 children has been identified as having fallen somewhere along the autism spectrum. In his book, Silberman is hopeful and looks at autism not as a pathology or disorder but as neurological diversity and calls for it to be recognized and respected as a social category.

Click here to hear "Neurotribes" the excellent and hopeful 14-minute interview.


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Jimy said...

first. thanks for sharing a good book. i will try to read it soon. and thanks for sharing the link of a worth watch interview. this was wonderful to hear really. very detailed and interesting. Good day!

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This is a nice book and i have gone through his interview too. He is an inspiration and the workk he is doing for saving the lives of children is incredible. Thanks for reviewing the book.

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