Saving Ben: A Father's Story of Autism

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$22.95  $21.34
Publisher
University of North Texas Press
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Pages
154
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.8 X 9.2 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781574412697

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About the Author
DAN E. BURNS, Ph.D., graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1979 and taught English at Southern Methodist University, University of Texas at Arlington, and University of Phoenix, publishing in numerous scholarly journals. In 1990 his third child, Benjamin, was diagnosed with autism. Dan helped organize a Dallas chapter of Families for Early Autism Treatment, a support group for parents, and pioneered educational and medical interventions. He lives in Dallas, Texas.
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"Saving Ben is a haunting tale, so powerfully told that readers will find it practically crawls under their skin as they flip the pages."--George Getschow, writer-in-residence of the Mayborn Conference, University of North Texas

"Saving Ben is a wonderful read that will make parents look at their own children, disabled or not, and find so much to cherish." J. N. - PEOPLE Magazine, September 14, 2009


"Saving Ben is a haunting tale, so powerfully told that readers will find it practically crawls under their skin as they flip the pages."--George Getschow, writer-in-residence of the Mayborn Conference, University of North Texas--George Getschow "writer-in-residence of the Mayborn Conference, University of North Texas "