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Author Bashe, Patricia Romanowski, 1949-

Title The oasis guide to Asperger syndrome : advice, support, insight, and inspiration / Patricia Romanowski Bashe and Barbara L. Kirby ; forewords by Simon Baron-Cohen and Tony Attwood.

Imprint New York : Crown Publishers, c2005.

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction    618.9285 BAS 2005    Available
Edition 1st rev. ed., completely rev. and updated.
Description xii, 497 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Pt. 1: Asperger syndrome. What is Asperger syndrome? ; What Asperger syndrome looks like ; How Asperger syndrome is diagnosed -- Pt. 2: Taking control. Can this be my child? ; Building the foundation for success ; Options and interventions ; Medication ; Special education basics -- Pt. 3: The whole child. Your child's emotional life ; Your child in the social realm ; Your child in school ; Growing up.
Summary Asperger Syndrome has become an increasingly common disorder. One in 300 individuals may have AS--exhibiting characteristics such as average to high intelligence, obsessive behavior, intense special interests, and difficulty dealing with everyday social situations--and it is now more prevalent than childhood cancer and Down's syndrome. In addition to discussing what AS looks like and how parents can guide their unique child through the social, emotional, and intellectual challenges of growing up, this edition includes new developments made in AS research over the past four years, new thinking on diagnosis and evaluation, the latest approaches to medication and social skills development, and tips on navigating the maze of interventions, therapies, and special education.--From publisher description.
Subject Asperger's syndrome.
Autism in children.
Added Author Kirby, Barbara L.
ISBN 1400081521
Standard No. 9781400081523 (hardcover) 52750

 
    
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