Working the Double Shift: A Young Woman's Journey with Autism

Working the Double Shift A Young Woman s Journey with Autism Working the Double Shift is a raw honest autobiography from a young woman with autism Feeling that the current books on autism were not a fit for her Christine decided to write a memoir covering diff

  • Title: Working the Double Shift: A Young Woman's Journey with Autism
  • Author: Christine Motokane
  • ISBN: 9781493165575
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Working the Double Shift is a raw honest autobiography from a young woman with autism Feeling that the current books on autism were not a fit for her, Christine decided to write a memoir covering different topics as well as the emotional process of a person with autism The book covers her journey from birth to college and how she learned to find her voice and path in l Working the Double Shift is a raw honest autobiography from a young woman with autism Feeling that the current books on autism were not a fit for her, Christine decided to write a memoir covering different topics as well as the emotional process of a person with autism The book covers her journey from birth to college and how she learned to find her voice and path in life as well as interventions and approaches that worked for her This memoir also brings awareness to different social issues regarding autism and adulthood.

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    • This book gave me a much better understanding of people born with autism, and the effect it has on their daily lives. The best part of the book was the fact that it was written by a young woman with autism, giving it a much more real and honest tone. You feel Christine Motokane's optimism and hopefulness through her words, and I am honored to buy and read a book supporting her.


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