Asperger's... What Does It Mean to Me?: A Workbook Explaining Self Awareness and Life Lessons to the Child or Youth with High Functioning Autism or Aspergers

Asperger's... What Does It Mean to Me?: A Workbook Explaining Self Awareness and Life Lessons to the Child or Youth with High Functioning Autism or Aspergers

by Catherine Faherty
     
 


Designed for children with high-functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome, this workbook offers an approach for the child to learn more about himself. Faherty asks the child to react to various subjects, offering alternatives for the child to select. Features a special binding to allow photocopying.See more details below

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Designed for children with high-functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome, this workbook offers an approach for the child to learn more about himself. Faherty asks the child to react to various subjects, offering alternatives for the child to select. Features a special binding to allow photocopying.

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“This is information that every kid with autism should have.”
Thomas Johnson, a ten-year-old

 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781885477590
Publisher:
Future Horizons, Inc.
Publication date:
01/28/2000
Pages:
302
Product dimensions:
8.34(w) x 11.18(h) x 0.72(d)

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“This is information that every kid with autism should have.”
Thomas Johnson, a ten-year-old

 

“This book offers another approach to furthering the understanding of autism … encouraging autistic children to learn more about themselves, and guiding them through a journey of self-discovery. It is a valuable resource for awareness and … self-esteem! Such a book could have been very helpful to me and my family when I was a child.”
Dave Spicer, diagnosed at age 46

 

“It is important to understand that as a child, people bothered me. I didn’t know what they were for or what they would do to me. They were not always the same and I had no security. Even a person who was always nice to me might be different sometimes. Things didn’t fit together for me with people.”
Sean Barron, Author of There’s a Boy in Here

 

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