Asperger Syndrome : the Oasis guide: advice, inspiration, insight, and hope from early intervention to adulthood / Patricia Romanowski Bashe, MSEd., BCBA ; forewords by Tony Attwood and Michael John Carley.
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- ISBN: 9780385344654
- ISBN: 0385344651
- Physical Description: xvii, 564 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: Fully revised, updated, and expanded third edition.
- Publisher: New York : Harmony Books, 
- Copyright: ©2014
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Part one: Asperger syndrome. -- What is Asperger syndrome? -- Getting the diagnosis -- Part two: Taking control. -- Acceptance builds the bridge to success -- Options and interventions -- Medication -- Special education basics -- Part three: The whole child. -- Your child's emotional life -- Your child in the social realm -- Your child in school -- Growing up healthy and safe -- Life after high school -- After all.
Author Patricia Romanowski Bashe has revised this edition of Asperger Syndrome to reflect the latest in: working with professionals--building a team, negotiating for your child, and keeping everyone's focus on high expectations for academic, social, and emotional success; Special Education--from early intervention through transition, college, and other postsecondary options, including how special education works and steps to take when it does not; health and safety--sexuality education, health care, and insurance coverage, as well as understanding the real-life health and safety risks children with AS face and learning the steps that only parents can take to protect them; options and interventions--with an emphasis on established guidelines for evidence-based treatments, including medication, applied behavior analysis, cognitive-behavior therapy; social stories, comic strip conversations, and more.
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