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Asperger's Syndrome: Tips & Strategies Paperback – 10 May 2017
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About the Author
Dan Jones is an author, trainer and speaker with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He offers a unique perspective because most of his career has been working in care or family support work so he has worked with many children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and with parents of children with autism spectrum disorder.
Dan is bestselling author of Look Into My Eyes: Asperger's, Hypnosis, and Me which is an autobiography through the lens of autism spectrum disorder, Asperger's Syndrome: Tips & Strategies which shares personal and professional tips and strategies for those with autism, and their parents, carers, teachers, friends, and employers, and An Autistic Perspective: Death, Dying and Loss which shares how Dan processes and thinks about loss, death, and dying, and what people can do to support someone with autism around these topics, and aims to help people understand the behaviours and responses of those with autism when they experience loss, death, and dying.
Dan has also written four books around parenting, Parenting Techniques That Work which is a book of tips and strategies for parents to help them manage challenging behaviour, Sleepy Bedtime Tales which is a book of 11 bedtime stories to be read to young children (aimed at 4-7 year olds, although the approach works with younger and older children) to help them fall asleep, the stories are written to be read in a specific way that helps to guide the child to sleep, almost like guided meditations but stories to engage children rather than walking along a beach or through the woods as you may find in adult books, the follow up book of 11 stories to help children relax, almost like child friendly guided meditations, Relaxing Tales for Children and Human Givens Approach to Working With Parents of Challenging Teens which is a book for professionals in social work or family support roles.
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