April 27, 2014

SWAN logo 001SWAN Book Club – will begin on May 1. SWAN: Scottish Women with Autism was established in 2012 in partnership with Autism Network Scotland to support women with autism, raise awareness and understanding, exchange knowledge and work to improve services.

SWAN state that there are many books being published at the moment and some are by people with autism, some are not. There are may books for parents, teachers, children ,researchers and so on but the real question is, how do we know if they are any good?

“SWAN is inviting you to help answer these questions and more and to join us in our celebration of books, the SWAN Bookclub.”

ans logoSWAN also ask why some books are so appealing to spectrum women.

The aim of the Bookclub is to produce a book list of good helpful reference, academic and self help work books. Their other serious aim is:

“to enjoy sharing and reading books that have added to our lives.”

Every month they will post details for 2 books on their Facebook page and online Forum which they have chosen to read and review.

Book 1 will be a non fiction book on some aspect of autism
Book 2 will be sheer book indulgence and books that have been loved and need to be shared

An earlier article about SWAN that appeared on the Newscast can be read here

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