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Asperger Syndrome Pocketbook Paperback – 15 Jan 2009
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Was delivered in good time and in excellent condition.
I have found it very useful in learning about my son's Asperger's and will continue to use it to help him achieve his best.
There are lots of people out there who think all the typicalities and stereotypes are true - this writer does and frankly they should be ashamed of promoting such nonsense.
It seems to be written for the type of reader who is not interested in individuals. It will not help in dealing or understanding to any acceptable degree.Aspergers is such a complex subject and there are three types of people who wish to read about the suject:those who are know very little and are searching for clear information - for you this book will give you very little detail and will leave you with massive gaps in your basic understanding. Then there are those who know something about the subject and wish to expand their knowledge - this book is a waste of money and will not lead to a better understanding. Finally, there are those who know quite a bit and just want a quick guide to perhaps give to relatives - there are much better books out there with more specific, concise and comprehensive information. Try Attwood - he is easy to read, engaging and not robotic in his interpretation - he uses common sense.