• Asperger's

  • How to Interact with People Who Have Asperger's Syndrome
  • By: Martha Stewardson
  • Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
  • Length: 1 hr and 25 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (106 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this book, you'll be confronted with various aspects of Asperger's syndrome, or what some people call "high-functioning autism". We'll investigate what it is, what typifies it, and how you can recognize it more easily.

Moreover, aside from all these causes, symptoms, and origins, we'll delve into some solutions that, unfortunately, don't completely fix the brain or cure the quaint traits of such individuals, but do, however, help alleviate suffering by tackling issues that relate to the disorder. 

We'll look at different therapeutic suggestions that have been made and their results. And we'll take a closer look at things that have worked to minimize symptoms and reduce socially unaccepted behavior, focusing on the strengths of autism and the benefits that are often not mentioned.

Become familiar with autistic and Asperger's syndrome causes, consequences, and all the solutions that may help to manage life, relationships, jobs, and other parts of it more effectively. You can do so by listening to this audiobook.

©2019 Martha Stewardson (P)2019 Martha Stewardson

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Good information

This Asperger's book tells you a lot about people who are somewhere in the autistic spectrum. it's a highly valuable book and I highly recommend it. Good length. Didn't need to be too much longer anyway.

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Learned a lot

This book told me a lot of great things about what to do when someone you know or love has asperger's syndrome. It's a real problem if you don't know how to deal with it, but if you do, it's okay.

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Short!!!

I would like to have a deeper analysis I respect the author.
Narrator very nice crystal clear voice

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I liked this

You can learn a lot about Asperger's and actually, a lot of things about the autistic spectrum. Their strengths and weaknesses, and so many aspects you wouldn't think of. What's most helpful about this book, is the solutions to interact with them or apply certain kinds of therapy.

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