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Asperger Syndrome and Employment

Asperger Syndrome and Employment

Adults Speak Out about Asperger Syndrome

This is the book we need for guidance on employment for people with Asperger's syndrome. The contributors describe their employment experiences and offer sound advice. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the success stories and took note of the words of warning of what not to do.'
- Professor Tony Attwood, author of The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome

By Edited by Genevieve Edmonds and Luke Beardon

Asperger Syndrome and Social Relationships

Asperger Syndrome and Social Relationships

'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, author of The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome

Edited by Genevieve Edmonds and Luke Beardon

 

Alone Together

Making an Asperger Marriage Work

Shares the struggle of one couple to rescue their marriage. It is uplifting and humorous, and includes plenty of tips to making an Asperger marriage succeed. This book offers couples hope, encouragement and strategies for their own marriages.

Katrin Bentley

 

Asperger Syndrome A Love Story

Open, honest and upbeat, this book gives personal insight into both the ups and downs of an Asperger relationship. Seeking to challenge the bad press that people with Asperger Syndrome (AS) get as partners, Sarah and Keith tell their story of how they are making it work - and also how they got it wrong - with disarming frankness and humour.

Sarah Hendrickx and Keith Newton

The Partner's Guide to Asperger Syndrome

The Partner's Guide to Asperger Syndrome

Susan J. Moreno, Marci Wheeler and Kealah Parkinson
Foreword by Tony Attwood

"Adults with Asperger Syndrome (AS) often have difficulties acquiring relationship skills due to the defining characteristics of the syndrome, experiences with peers during childhood and adolescence, and the expectations of their partners. However, an increasing number do go on to achieve happy and successful long-term relationships with non-spectrum (NS) partners".

 

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