Written in 2004 this book gives tried and tested advice on how to cope with a child diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. Asperger children have a very fixed outlook on life and as such need to be given different ways to deal with what other children learn easily. The book covers everything from temper tantrum meltdowns to learning how to understand what others say to them. Illustrated with pictures that bring a little lightheartedness to the text. This book will be of help to parents, teachers, carers and anyone who has anything to do with an Asperger child.
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About the Author
Born in 1959 and mother to 5 daughters. Has worked in many industries but started writing in 2004 when she was retired from work suffering with MS. So far has written 5 books and is working on a sixth. The first 4 were all self-help books, the fifth is a story for children and will be part of a series of stories full of magic, animals and adventure.