Annabel Stehli - Nonfiction

Autism Books

Annabel Stehli's daughter, Georgiana Thomas, was autistic and responded well to AIT treatment. Annabel has written about the experience and founded the Georgiana Institute to facilitate and promote the use of AIT.

The Georgiana Institute

Annabel Stehli, ed.
Dancing in the Rain: Stories of Exceptional Progress by Parents of Children with Special Needs (Georgiana, 1995). Followup to The Sound of a Miracle: stories about families experiences with AIT. Not all the stories concern autism. Also tells what it is like to have super-sensitive hearing. ISBN: 0964483807 (paperback). [autism,account,ait]
Annabel Stehli.
The Sound of a Miracle, A Child's Triumph Over Autism (New York: Doubleday, 1991). Account of author's daughter Georgiana's astonishing recovery from autism after receiving Auditory Integration Training from Dr. Guy Berard, a physician in Annecy, France. Note the book is out in a second edition (below). ISBN: 0380717395 ; ISBN: 0385411405 (4th Estate, 1992, paperback). [autism,account,ait]
Annabel Stehli.
The Sound of a Miracle, A Child's Triumph Over Autism, 2nd edition (Gorgiana Organization Inc, 1997). ISBN: 0964483815 (paperback, 226 pages). [autism,account,ait]
Annabel Stehli, editor.
Sound of Falling Snow: Children's Stories of Recovery from Autism & Related Disorders (Beaufort Books, 2004). ISBN: 0825305322 (paperback, 241 pages). [autism,ait]

Autism non-fiction books by Annabel Stehli.