b'2006. Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships. Grandin, Temple and Sean Barron. 2005. Written by Michele Fish, Associate Director, Student Disability Services, Center for Learning and Teaching, Cornell UniversityTEMPLE GRANDIN Temple Grandin, author and speaker on autism, didnt talk until she was three and a half and communicated by screaming, peeping, and humming. She was labeled autistic, and her parents were told she should be institutionalized. She tells of groping her way from the far side of darkness in her book Emergence: Labeled Autistic. She says that many parents and even professionals still dont realize that autism can be modified and controlled. Grandin was lucky; she found a mentor who recognized her abilities, which she developed further to become successful at designing humane livestock- handling equipment. She says that autism helps her see things as animals do. Grandin is on the faculty of Colorado State University. Her latest best seller is The Way I See It.Mental Health Concerns200'