Non-Autism Books of Interest - Account or case study of a disabled person

Berneen Bratt.
No Time for Jello: One Family's Experience with the Doman-Delacato Patterning Program (Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books, 1989). About a child with Cerebral Palsy, but of interest to anyone interested in using Doman-Delacato methodology in treating an autistic child. ISBN: 0914797565 (paperback, 201 pages). [disability,account,treatment]
Pearl S. Buck.
The Child Who Never Grew (Woodbine House, 1992). Reprint of book published in 1950. Account of child with PKU (a condition which sometimes includes autistic symptoms). ISBN: 0933149492 (paperback, 112 pages). [disability,account]
Rosemary Crossley & Anne McDonald.
Annie's coming out (New York: Viking Penguin, 1984). Account of a child with cerebral palsy communicating through facilitated communication. Originally 1980, Penguin, London & Melbourne. ISBN: 0140056882 . [disability,fc,account]
Susan Curtiss.
Genie: A Psycholinguistic Study of a Modern Day "Wild Child" (New York: Academic Press, 1977). [account]
Barbara Gill.
Changed by a Child: companion notes for parents of a child with a disability (Doubleday, 1997). The mother of a Down Syndrome reports her feelings for the benefit of other parents of children with disabilities. ISBN: 0385482426 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0385482434 (paperback, 336 pages, Doubleday, 1998). [disability,parent,account]
Jane Gregory.
Bringing Up a Challenging Child at Home: When Love is Not Enough (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2000). ISBN: 1853028746 (paperback, 192 pages). [disability,account]
David Melton.
Todd: The Story of a Brain-Injured Child (Frewin, 1969). Part of the series Gentle Revolution. It is a Father's story about his son who underwent Doman-Delacato treatment for sensory problems. ISBN: 0090963504 (208 pages); ISBN: 0936676523 (hardcover, Better Baby Press, 1985); ISBN: 093667654X (hardcover, revised). [disability,account]
Jonathan Mooney & David Cole.
Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students With Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolution (Fireside, 2000). The authors, who have ADHD, writes about their own experience. ISBN: 068486598X (paperback, 288 pages). [disability,account]
Christopher Nolan.
Under the eye of the clock. About using facilitated communication with cerebral palsy. ISBN: 1559705124 (paperback, 176 pages, due March 2000); ISBN: 1850897875 (audio cassette, 1994). [disability,fc,account]
Benjamin Polis.
Only a Mother Could Love Him: Attention Deficit Disorder (Hats Off Books, 2002). The author, who has ADD, writes about his own experience. ISBN: 1587360950 (paperback, 180 pages); ISBN: 1740081692 (paperback, 167 pages, Add Help Guide, 2003). [disability,account]
Robin Simons.
After the Tears: Parents Talk About Raising a Child with a Disability (Harcourt Brace, 1987). ISBN: 0156029006 (paperback, 89 pages); ISBN: 0151039631 (hardcover, 89 pages). [disability,parent,account]
Thomas Sowell.
Late-Talking Children (HarperCollins, 1997). ISBN: 0465038344 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0465038352 (paperback, 224 pages, Basic Books, 1998). [general,disability,account]
Louise Wilson.
This Stranger, My Son; A Mother's Story (Putnam, 1968). This book is about a child with schizophrenia. At one time, autism was often labeled "childhood schizophrenia", but this story does not report about an autistic child. ISBN: 0451113012 ; ISBN: 9998449456 ; ISBN: 0719518717 ; ISBN: 0399107975 . [disability,account]
Susan Zimmermann.
Grief Dancers: a journey into the depths of the soul (Colorado: Nemo Press, 1996). An account by a mother of coming to terms with her daughter's Rett syndrome. ISBN: 0965269523 (paperback, 245 pages). [disability,account]