Can I tell you about Asperger Syndrome

Holliday Willey, Liane (2001) “Asperger Syndrome in the Family: Redefining
Normal.” London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. These two books are by Liane
Holliday Willey, a doctor of education, a writer and researcher. Both she and her
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Author: Jude Welton

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1846424224

Category: Psychology

Page: 48

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Meet Adam - a young boy with AS. Adam invites young readers to learn about AS from his perspective. He helps children understand the difficulties faced by a child with AS - he tells them what AS is, what it feels like to have AS and how they can help children with AS by understanding their differences and appreciating their many talents. This illustrated book is ideally suited for boys and girls between 7 and 15 years old and also serves as an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions.

Can I tell you about Pathological Demand Avoidance syndrome

Other subjects covered in the “Can I tell you about...?” series ADHD Adoption
Anxiety Asperger Syndrome Asthma Autism Cerebral Palsy Dementia
Depression Diabetes (Type 1) Dyslexia Dyspraxia Eating Disorders Eczema
Epilepsy ...

Author: Ruth Fidler

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 085700929X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 56

View: 274

Meet Issy – an 11-year-old girl with pathological demand avoidance syndrome (PDA), a condition on the autism spectrum. Issy invites readers to learn about PDA from her perspective, helping them to understand how simple, everyday demands can cause her great anxiety and stress. Issy tells readers about all the ways she can be helped and supported by those around her. This illustrated book is for readers aged 7 and upwards, and will be an excellent way to increase understanding about PDA in the classroom or at home. It also includes practical tips and recommended resources for parents and professionals.

Can I tell you about Epilepsy

These books serve as excellent starting points for family and classroom
discussions. other books in the Can I tell you about...? series Can I tell you about
Asperger Syndrome? A guide for friends and family Jude Welton Foreword by
Elizabeth ...

Author: Kate Lambert

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9780857006486

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 48

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Meet Ellie – a young girl with epilepsy. Ellie invites readers to learn about epilepsy from her perspective. She introduces us to some friends who help present the varying forms of epilepsy. Ellie and her friends help children to understand the obstacles that they face by telling them what it feels like to have epilepsy, how it affects them physically and emotionally, how epilepsy can be treated and how the condition is often misunderstood by people who do not know the facts. This illustrated book is full of useful information and will be an ideal introduction for children from the age of 7. It will also help parents, friends, and professionals to make sense of the condition in its varying forms and will be an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions.

Asperger Syndrome

Things to try It is important to start, wherever possible, to find out what it is about
dogs that Susan dislikes, eg their fur, barking, tails etc. This is best achieved by
asking Susan herself. Most people with Asperger syndrome can tell us about
their ...

Author: Leicester. Education Department

Publisher: National Autistic Society

ISBN: 9781899280018

Category: Asperger's sydrome

Page: 52

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Advice for teachers in working with autistic children.

Can I tell you about Autism

High Functioning Autism or Asperger Syndrome? Autism can occur with all levels
of intelligence. Individuals with “classic” autism typically have learning difficulties
(a below-average IQ). Individuals with autism who have an average or ...

Author: Jude Welton

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 0857008293

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 64

View: 726

Meet Tom - a young boy with autism. Tom invites readers to learn about autism from his perspective, helping them to understand what it is and explaining the challenges he faces with issues such as social communication, sensory overload and changes in his routine. Tom tells readers about all the ways he can be helped and supported by those around him. This illustrated book is ideally suited for readers aged 7 and upwards, and will be an excellent way to increase understanding about autism, in the classroom or at home. It also includes clear, useful information for parents and professionals.

What Did You Say What Do You Mean

also by jude Welton and illustrated by jane Telford Can I tell you about Asperger
Syndrome? A guide for friends and family jude Welton Illustrated by jane Telford
ISBN 978 I 843 I0 206 9 of related interest An Asperger Dictionary of Everyday ...

Author: Jude Welton

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1843102072

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 112

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Welton looks at one hundred of the most common figures of speech in this visual workbook designed as a springboard for family and classroom discussions. Each figure of speech is accompanied by an illustration showing its literal meaning, which will help AS children recognize and learn to enjoy metaphors and figurative language.

Exploring Bullying with Adults with Autism and Asperger Syndrome

OuT OF THE POSSIBLE PEOPLE WHO COuLD HELP YOu, HOW WILL YOu
CHOOSE WHO TO TELL? If you have thought of more than one person you can
tell, think about who you trust the most and who you think can best help you to
cope.

Author: Bettina Stott

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9780857003973

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

View: 656

Bullying is a serious and pervasive issue for people with autism and Asperger Syndrome. This photocopiable workbook encourages adults who have been involved with bullying - as either victims or perpetrators - to explore what bullying is, the effects it can have and how it can be tackled successfully. In this accessible and jargon-free book, with a wealth of case studies and summaries, readers are invited to consider the thoughts, feelings and actions associated with bullying and offered helpful strategies for dealing with it. The book comprises a general introduction to bullying, followed by sections that examine the issue from the perspectives of victim and perpetrator. This dual approach is designed to stamp out the problem at its source - the bully - rather than simply supporting the victim. It also recognises that while people on the spectrum are all too often bullied for being 'different', character traits such as difficulty with empathy mean they may unintentionally bully others. This practical book can be worked through independently or with any of the wide range of professionals involved in supporting an adult with autism or Asperger Syndrome and other learning disabilities, to reach a new level of understanding about bullying.

Inclusion in the Secondary School Support Materials for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders ASD

What is Asperger syndrome ? * Asperger syndrome : what it means to us Looking
for staff Useful introductory leaflets available free from The National Autistic
Society . Approaches to ... Can I tell you about Asperger syndrome ? A guide for ...

Author: Penny Kershaw

Publisher: National Autistic Society

ISBN: 9781905722020

Category: Autistic children

Page: 60

View: 259

Packed with useful strategies and photocopiable work materials, this book will be useful for SENCOs and the mainstream staff. The ideas and methods suggested by authors will benefit a whole range of the students in the school, not only children with an ASD.

Visual Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

TITLE INDEX 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Complete Guide to
Asperger's Syndrome , Let's Talk Emotions . ... 14 Autism and Asperger
Syndrome : The Asperger Syndrome . ... 40 Can I Tell You About Asperger
Syndrome ?

Author: Vera Bernard-Opitz

Publisher: AAPC Publishing

ISBN: 9781934575826

Category: Education

Page: 228

View: 680

Combining their years of experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum, both here and around the world, authors Vera Bernard-Opitz and Anne Häußler bring teachers and other professionals practical ideas and teaching methods for offering visual supports to students with autism spectrum disorders and other visual learners. With hundreds of colorful illustrations and step-by-step directions, this book lays the foundation for how to structure teaching environments, as well as offers countless examples of activities for students, ranging from basic skills, to reading and math, to social behavior.

Parenting a Teen or Young Adult with Asperger Syndrome Autism Spectrum Disorder

When the moment is right, your job first and foremost is to listen to what he is
telling you and try not to interrupt. 31 Find the right moment for listening
Sometimes we are busy or in a rush, and we can't always have time for heart to
heart ...

Author: Brenda Boyd

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 0857005871

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 240

View: 898

325 astute and practical ideas, insights, tips and strategies address the complex issues parents face during this crucial period of transition for their child with Asperger Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder). The practical, bite-size suggestions focus on the vital importance of developing and nurturing an open and healthy relationship with your son or daughter. The easy-to-navigate format will suit busy parents wanting to locate advice to suit their particular needs. All the suggestions are designed to foster understanding and acceptance between family members and help the AS young person with common problem areas such as social vulnerability and peer relationships, self-esteem, anxiety and coping with change. This will be an invaluable companion for parents, carers and family members of an adolescent or young adult with AS.

Asperger Syndrome and Social Relationships

Adults Speak Out about Asperger Syndrome Genevieve Edmonds, Luke Beardon
... are being taught that they should not say what they think...except in certain
situations; and it's a good thing to tell the truth...mostly, anyway; and do what you
 ...

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Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781846427770

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 176

View: 326

`This book is essential reading to understand the social abilities of adults with Asperger's syndrome. The contributors each have different personalities and experiences, but together they provide a range of strategies to encourage people with Asperger's syndrome to achieve the social relationships they desire.' - Professor Tony Attwood Social interaction among neurotypical people is complex and in many ways illogical. To the person with Asperger Syndrome (AS) it is also woefully unintuitive. In this book, adults with AS discuss social relationships, offer advice and support for others with AS and provide necessary insights into AS perspectives for those working and interacting with them. The contributors evaluate a range of social contexts and relationship aspects, including: * online relationships - a worldwide social network based on non-verbal communication, * the unwritten rules of neurotypical socialising, * the need for mutual understanding between those with AS and neurotypicals, * the effects of struggling socially on one's self-esteem and frame of mind, and * the opportunities provided by social skills workshops or interest groups. This is essential reading for adults with AS, their family and friends, as well as service providers and other professionals providing support for people with AS in adult life.

A Parent s Guide to Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism First Edition

for people with high-functioning autism and Asperger syndrome as they mature.
You'll need to ... In the following discussion we'll tell you how you can take your
child's disorder into account in handling various adolescent social issues. Just as
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Author: Sally Ozonoff

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1606238256

Category: Psychology

Page: 278

View: 601

Asperger Syndrome and high-functioning autism are detected earlier and more accurately today than ever before. Children and teens with these disorders often stand out for their precocious intelligence and language abilities--yet profound social difficulties can limit every aspect of their lives. This hopeful, compassionate guide shows parents how to work with their child's unique impairments and capabilities to help him or her learn to engage more fully with the world and live as self-sufficiently as possible. From leading experts in the field, the book is packed with practical ideas for helping children relate more comfortably to peers, learn the rules of appropriate behavior, and participate more fully in school and family life. It also explains what scientists currently know about autistic spectrum disorders and how they are diagnosed and treated. Real-life success stories, problem-solving ideas, and matter-of-fact advice on everything from educational placements to career planning make this an indispensable reference that families will turn to again and again.

Asperger Syndrome and Anxiety

Let me ask you to accept a simple truth: you will probably have to work much
harder at managing your stress than most neurotypicals. It just doesn't come as
naturally to us as it does to them. I wish I could tell you otherwise, but I wouldn't
be ...

Author: Nick Dubin

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781846429224

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

View: 102

Many people suffer from feelings of stress and anxiety in their everyday lives. For people with Asperger Syndrome (AS), this stress can be particularly difficult to manage. On a daily basis people with AS must fit into a world that seems totally foreign to them and this can increase feelings of alienation and anxiety, making life's challenges especially hard to cope with. The first book on anxiety written specifically for adults with Asperger Syndrome, this book offers practical advice on how individuals with AS can manage their anxiety more effectively. As a person with AS who has struggled with feelings of anxiety and learnt how to overcome them, Nick Dubin shares his own tried and tested solutions along with up-to-date research on stress management for individuals with AS, including a chapter on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Dubin explores the key problem areas that can lead to anxiety for people with AS such as lack of social skills, difficulties establishing romantic relationships and uncertainty about employment. Asperger Syndrome and Anxiety provides real solutions to a common problem and is essential reading for anyone with AS who has trouble managing stress. The book will also be of interest to family members, teachers and other professionals working with individuals with AS.

Teaching Tough Kids

This is what confronts Dylan and others with Asperger syndrome as they do their
best to find happiness and success every day. I can't really tell you when I got it or
how Asperger syndrome feels because it's the way I am. If I had to say one ...

Author: Mark Le Messurier

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135176426

Category: Education

Page: 240

View: 450

Highlighting the value of positive, affective connection with students this practical book presents emotionally connecting ideas to sustain the organisational and behavioural transformations of all students, especially those who 'do it tough'.

Asperger s Syndrome Week 1 of 2

Asperger's Syndrome, Week 1, Part 1 of 2 something I would integrate myself
with. So my ... I craved those sorts of deep pains because I can feel them. I can't
feel light ... KRAMER: So you can't tell what other people are up to always.
WILLEY: ...

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Publisher: Lichtenstein Creative Media

ISBN: 1932479236

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Asperger Syndrome

It acknowledges that it is often difficult to explain AS to others and that people will
generally not be able to tell if he has AS just by ... People with Asperger
syndrome can go on to achieve a lot of things, including going to a university,
getting a good job, living in their own house. You will always have Asperger
syndrome although, as time goes on, you may get better at things you used to
find really hard.

Author: Ray DuCharme

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1441988831

Category: Psychology

Page: 234

View: 403

-The book integrates the latest evidence-based research from leading scholars with personal practical advice from a mother whose adolescent has Asperger Syndrome and from a young man who has Asperger Syndrome. -Written by professionals, one of whom is also a parent of a child with Asperger's. -Lifespan approach from early childhood to adulthood -Contains both research content as well as practical, first-hand advice with chapters written by parents, as well as a first-hand account of growing up with Aspergers.

What Is Asperger Syndrome and How Will It Affect Me

Another way of helping may be to see what subjects and tasks the child has
problems in , and spend longer on those areas so the child can become better at
them . 4 Can you die from having Asperger syndrome ? Asperger syndrome
cannot ...

Author: Martine Ives

Publisher: AAPC Publishing

ISBN: 9781931282055

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 27

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After a very brief introduction to the most common areas of difficulty for young people with AS, this reader-friendly booklet provides a list of practical tips to help deal with common problems. The book ends with a list of answers to frequently asked questions by young people.

Freaks Geeks and Asperger Syndrome

It is a real pain I can tell you. You just cannot imagine what it feels like to lie there
bored senseless, awaiting daylight and the time when it is deemed OK to get up.
Actually, if you are AS yourself then maybe you can. A few of my most vivid ...

Author: Luke Jackson

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781843100980

Category: Education

Page: 215

View: 158

Offers insights by a teenager with Asperger's syndrome into the difficulties of the disorder, including information on fascinations and obsessions, sensory perception, sleep, bullies, moral dilemmas, eating, and socializing.

Solutions for Adults with Asperger s Syndrome

“I have two chronic medical conditions that my doctors tell me are both stress-
related. My rheumatoid arthritis has become, as you can see, so bad that I can
hardly walk, and my hands can't hold a pen. I have a Ph.D. in microbiology, but I ...

Author: Juanita P. Lovett

Publisher: Fair Winds Press

ISBN: 1610580001

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 288

View: 997

Thomas Edison. Albert Einstein. Half of NASA. These are all extremely intelligent, successful adults who made great contributions to society and who are also suspected of having the developmental disorder called Asperger Syndrome. This relatively new diagnosis is being increasingly applied to both children and adults-in fact, it is now seen as running in familes. There are a lot of books on how to successfully raise children with AS, but until now, adults were left to figure it out on their own. Dr. Juanita Lovett specializes in treating adults with AS and working with their families. In this book she shows those adults and their loved ones how to maximize the benefits of AS (including intense concentration, above-average intelligence, and high creativity) while minimizing the drawbacks (including lack of social skill, inability to connect emotionally with others, and propensity toward rage). This important new book will help thousands of adults with AS learn to live happier, more fulfilling lives.

Congratulations It s Asperger Syndrome

But we can also be proud of who we are, we can say “I have Asperger Syndrome
if we need to or want to, we should be allowed to be a bit different if that is really
... You often want to tell your parents – but you fear the reaction this may cause.

Author: Jen Birch

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1846423937

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

View: 854

One of the increasing number of people diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome in adulthood, New Zealand-born Jen Birch relates her story with humour and honesty, taking us through the years of frustration and confusion that led to her diagnosis in 1999. Now that she can put her life experiences into context, she candidly describes her continual search for 'normality', including her experiences at work, her difficulties with relationships, her time spent in a psychiatric hospital and her struggle for correct diagnosis in a country where the syndrome is relatively unknown. Talking positively about how her life has changed since the 'revelation', Jen aims to use this new-found knowledge to inform others about the syndrome and how, once its pros and cons are understood, life can be lived to the full.