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Ibrahim Where In The Spectrum Does He Belong By Shahidun Rahman
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Author: Shahidun Rahman
Publisher: Perfect Publisher Limited
ISBN : 9781905399055
Language : English
-Binding: Paperback
- Pages: 108
- Description :
- This is an autobiographical account of a mother's struggle to bring up a child with a learning disorder. It tells the story of Ibrahim Rahman and his struggle with a speech and language disorder, part of the autistic spectrum disorder. It highlights the lack of awareness of this condition within our society, but particularly within the Bangladeshi community where autism is not recognised.
- As we follow Ibrahim's journey, from birth through to his early teenage years, we observe how his struggle to overcome his severe language difficulties have impacted on so many other aspects of his development. Narrated by Ibrahim's mother, ultimately this is an inspiring tale which provides hope and encouragement for those undergoing similar circumstances.
- 'Parents and Carers of children with autism will identify with Shahidun and her difficulties with her family, wider society and the Bangladeshi community ... making this book a fascinating read.' - Saleem Akhter
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- This is an autobiographical account of a mother・s struggle to bring up a child with a learning disorder. It tells the story of Ibrahim Rahman and his struggle with Semantic Pragmatic Language Disorder, (a speech and language disorder) part of the autistic spectrum of disorders. It highlights the lack of awareness of this condition within our society, but particularly within the Bangladeshi community where autism is not recognised.
- Written in a simple and straightforward style, the book traces Ibrahim・s progress at each stage of his early life. It highlights his family・s bewilderment as they try to make sense of his unusual behaviour and inappropriate speech.
- As Ibrahim passes through nursery and first school, his mother is left searching for answers, determined to find the reasons behind her son・s speech problems, eating disorder and lack of social skills. Whilst making slow progress at school, Ibrahim is shown to be a determined and likeable boy. Sometimes he becomes angry with his own limitations, but he is always strives to do his best. Every step forward is a cause of great joy for his mother, and there are many poignant moments as Ibrahim exceeds her expectations.
- The book finally brings us up-to-date, when we reach the stage where Ibrahim starts secondary school, and you can feel the tension as his mother ponders on his ability to cope with his new responsibilities. She feels frustrated when Ibrahim repeatedly forgets the simplest of tasks, and her feelings of failure and disappointment are very moving. Ibrahim・s vulnerability and difficulty with expressive language are still areas of concern for her, and she ends the book by explaining that Ibrahim still needs guidance in some areas of his life. However, he has made excellent progress and has overcome most of his difficulties. His mother is confident that he has a bright future ahead of him.
Ibrahim Where in The Spectrum does He Belong By Shahidun Rahman
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