Books: Unwrapping the Mysteries of Asperger's

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Author: Kristi Hubbard
ISBN: 978-1-4490-9489-8
Paperback: 302 pages

From the Back Cover:
Kristi Hubbard gives summaries of over a decade of intensive research on autism spectrum conditions. She offers insight, advice, encouragement, understanding, solutions and suggestions for girls and women with Asperger's. She found out she had Asperger's Syndrome when he was in graduate school and shares her challenging experiences helping children who have autism, and sets forth her search for the truth of what Asperger's really is, where it came from and the discovery of methods to have a happy, joyful and successful life. She also offers insight for caregivers, teachers and any other professional or family member to better understand and help girls with Asperger's.

Read this book to learn:
* Sex differences in Asperger's
* Early signs detecting Asperger's
* Insight on more than 21 Asperger's traits
* How to overcome sensory issues
* How to overcome social difficulties
* Tips on making friends and keeping them
* Solutions on more than 26 common life issues
* Methods to have a happier family life living with Asperger's
* Better understanding of the meaning and purpose in life
* Numerous helpful resources for those with Asperger's
* How to prevent or decrease the chances of your child from developing Autism

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