A book about a retired nurse who struggled through to late middle-age knowing herself to be different, but living without proper identification of her branch of autism until she was 61.
In it she recalls a childhood in Wartime Britain with acute clarity. Aimed at Aspergers sufferers and their carers, this book will provide valuable insight into this rare condition.
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Memoirs Of An Asperger Girl based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
As a Mom of a girl with Aspergers, I thought it might be helpful but it was not at all useful. It was painful to read without having much relevance to today's society.