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Thetimes.co.uk: Book review: Fall Down 7 Times Get Up 8: A Young Man's Voice from the Silence of Autism by Naoki Higashida, trans David Mitchell and KA Yoshida

Thetimes.co.uk: Book review: Fall Down 7 Times Get Up 8: A Young Man's Voice from the Silence of Autism by Naoki Higashida, trans David Mitchell and KA Yoshida

Eye-opening advice from a Japanese man who has found a way to tell his story

Review by Leaf Arbuthnot

Naoki Higashida: ‘he has a Yoda-like depth’JUN MUROZONO

The Sunday Times, July 16 2017, 12:01am

There are two ways of introducing Naoki Higashida. The first is to describe him as a

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Thetimes.co.uk: Review: Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8 by Naoki Higashida, trans. David Mitchell and Keiko Yoshida

Thetimes.co.uk: Review: Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8 by Naoki Higashida, trans. David Mitchell and Keiko Yoshida

A Japanese man’s account of living with autism is a revelation, says Helen Rumbelow

Helen Rumbelow

The autistic writer Naoki Higashida describes being non-verbal as “agony”JUN MUROZONO

At the age of 11 a little boy in Japan won first prize in a national fairytale-writing competition. This was startling because

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Thetimes.co.uk: Caudwell Children autism charity 'a magnet for quack therapies'

Thetimes.co.uk: Caudwell Children autism charity 'a magnet for quack therapies'

Oliver Moody, Science Correspondent

John Caudwell with former partner Claire Johnson and their son, JacobiJames Shaw/REX/Shutterstock

One of Britain’s largest children’s charities has been directing families towards alternative medicine practitioners who claim that vaccines are toxic and have prescribed autistic children unproven treatments such as £2,600 foot baths.

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Thetimes.co.uk: Fight miracle cures for autism, EU told

Thetimes.co.uk: Fight miracle cures for autism, EU told

Aaron Rogan, Senior Ireland Reporter

Fiona Pettit O’Leary is concerned that anti-science groups and policies have have gained credibility in recent yearsDES BARRY

An Irish mother will warn European politicians today that a growing industry of “miracle cures” is endangering vulnerable people.

Fiona Pettit O’Leary, the Cork-based founder of Autistic Rights

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