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A basic, clear guide to Asperger’s Syndrome.

You don’t have to look far to finally understand what Asperger’s Syndrome is all about. This concise guide will give you all the details you need and more. It makes the most important things clear that you need to know. You will hear, among others: 

  • What it is, and how it differs from autism
  • The most important facts about social interaction, communication, thoughts, and anxiety triggers
  • What causes Asperger’s Syndrome and what the symptoms are
  • The best treatments available today to help minimize negative behavior or anxiety
  • The strengths of those who have Asperger’s
  • Typical problems and interaction advice

Are you curious about the rest of the information in this audiobook? Then get it now!

©2018 Shelbey Peterson (P)2018 Shelbey Peterson

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Does he have aspergers

This book is very helpful. I see a lot of thing in this book as I do my son. He gets evaluated soon. It gave me a better understanding of aspergers. Thank you so much for sharing your book.

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  • 05-15-18

Disappointing

Listened through as much of it as I could. It is framed sympathetically but contains a lot of inaccuracies and doesn't address more recent research pertaining to Aspergers in females, nor does it acknowledge that Aspies are actually often hyper-empathetic, instead presenting the old and debunked myth that empathy is lacking. The bad writing and sound quality just topped it off as an item I wish I hadn't wasted time and money on. Would not recommend.