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by Carol Hagland


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The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Working with Adults with Asperger Syndrome provides a workbook developed from the experiences of many working with Asperger Syndrome patients, and this represents a treasure trove of tested approaches that can be used in groups or with individuals. From communication and mental health to exercises and case histories to encourage interaction, it's a winning guide any mental health library needs.

But a greater knowledge and understanding of the problems facing people with AS can make a huge difference to their lives. But a greater knowledge and understanding of the problems facing people with AS can make a huge difference to their lives.

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Relationships between someone with Asperger's syndrome and someone without it can be rocky. It takes a lot of work to make a marriage or other long-term relationship a success. And when one partner has Asperger’s syndrome, the relationship can be even more of a challenge. Learn how to better communicate for a happier partnership. Given that Asperger’s makes emotional connections and social communication extremely difficult, it’s no wonder that a partnership between a person with Asperger’s syndrome and someone without it can be filled with stress, misunderstandings, and frustration.

Carol Hagland worked as a chartered clinical psychologist in the NHS for over thirty years - the last ten being in the field of learning disabilities. During that time she developed a particular interest in Asperger Syndrome, and worked with many clients and their families or carers, providing diagnoses, counselling and advice about care and support. Country of Publication.

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Supporting someone with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) can, at times, be frustrating and challenging. But a greater knowledge and understanding of the problems facing people with AS can make a huge difference to their lives.

This practical workbook was developed in consultation with carers, and can be used in groups or with individuals, concentrating on particular characteristics to learn more about the people you are supporting, or it can be used as a resource for everyday information seeking and problem solving. Atypical social behaviour and the importance of routine are explained, as well as considering relationships, emotions and mental health. Packed with exercises and case vignettes to help you to get to know the person you are supporting better, there is also a trouble-shooting section at the end of each chapter with practical solutions for tackling common problems.

Working with Adults with Asperger Syndrome - A Practical Toolkit offers an easy-to-use, person-centred approach, which will prove a valuable resource for families, friends and a wide range of professionals involved in supporting an adult with AS.


Working with Adults with Asperger Syndrome download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Carol Hagland
ISBN: 1849050368
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; 1 edition (August 15, 2009)
Pages: 160 pages