|Title:||Asperger's Syndrome - From Diagnosis to Solutions: A Guide for Parents|
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|Publisher:||National Autistic Society (2005)|
Asperger's syndrome : a guide to helping your child thrive at home and at school, Docter, Melinda; Naqvi, Syed. John Wiley & Sons, 2010. vi, 218 p. ; 23 cm. This book is meant to serve as a general guide to the biological, psychological, social,and spiritual developments in the management of children with Asperger's syndrome. It explores several areas of challenge for these children. Asperger's syndrome : from diagnosis to solutions - a guide for parents, Quigg, Phyllis; Nugent, Oonagh. : Down Lisburn Trust, 2005. For parents of children diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, this book provides a guide on what is normal development, Asperger syndrome in general and the relationship between parent and child. Professionals are offered advice on the challenges Asperger syndrome poses for parents and paths of intervention.
Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals is a book authored by Dr. Tony Attwood.
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Publisher:National Autistic Society. Author: Quigg, Phyllis; Nugent, Oonagh. Publication Date:2005-01-01. ISBN-13:9781899280780. Number of Pages:32 Pages. Books Dimensions:210 x 153 x 3 mm. Format of ebooks: PDF(Acrobat Reader) or Word version doc Document. Brief introduction of ebooks. Asperger's Syndrome - From Diagnosis to Solutions A Guide for Parents. Full Text Information.
From Diagnosis to Solutions - a Guide for Parents. Author: Phyllis Quigg,Oonagh Nugent. Publisher: National Autistic Society. His message: everyone has the power, and the right, to improve the quality of their lives despite their disability.
Asperger's Syndrome: Guidelines for Assesment and Diagnosis. and Fred R. Volkmar, . Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, Ct. Published by the Learning Disabilities Association of America, June 1995. Parents are urged to use a great deal of caution and to adopt a critical approach toward informatio given to them. Ultimately, the diagnostic label - any label, does not summarize a person, and there is a need to consider the individual's strengths and weaknesses, and to provide individualized intervention that will mee (adequately assessed and monitored) needs. However, Asperger's description differed from Kanner's in speech was less commonly delayed, motor deficits were more common, the onset appeared to be somewhat later, and all the initial cases occurred only in boys.
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Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals. For parents of kids just diagnosed with Asperger's, adults who think that maybe they've always been on the autism spectrum, or autistic teens who are starting to transition into adulthood, this book is a solid place to start. I think of this book as the Asperger's equivalent to The Joy of Cooking. There are lots of specialized cookbooks out there, covering the details of Thai cuisine, or how to use a slow cooker, but the classic Joy of Cooking can get you started and point out where to go next
Circumscribed Interests. Those with Asperger's may not be able to self-monitor well enough to know they are building up to an explosion. For example, students with Asperger'. may not always know that they are near a stage of crisis. Quite often, they just ‘tune out’ or daydream or state in a monotone voice a seemingly benign phrase, such as ‘I don’t know what to d. Since no emotion is conveyed, these behaviors go unnoticed by teachers. Asperger’s syndrome: A guide for parents and professionals. London and Philadephia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. pg. 39). Smith Myles, . & Southwick, J. (1999) Asperger syndrome and difficult moments: Practical solutions for tantrums, rage, and meltdowns. Shawnee Mission, Kansas: Autism Asperger Publishing Company. Klin, . McPartland, . & Volkmar, F. (2005).
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