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Product Information Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence: Helping Preteens & Teens Get Ready for the Real World

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"...The lack of social skills and ability to grasp conversational nuances make adolescence the most difficult life stage, especially for young adults with AS. Child psychologist Teresa Bolick presents strategies for helping the ten to eighteen-year-old achieve happiness and success by maximizing the benefits of AS and minimizing the drawbacks....."

Chapter titles:
1. Journeys and Partnerships
2. Self-regulation and "The Four A's
3. "You Can't Not Communicate"
4. Memory, Organization, and the "Executive Functions"
5. Thinking and Learning
6. Passions, Preoccupations, and Routines
7. Emotional Competence
8. Friendship and Intimacy
9. The Rules of the (Social) Road
10. Getting Ready for the Real World

This book is now out of print, click on the "Web Links" tab above to search for copies on the Barnes and Noble website.

Based on information viewed online on 1/9/2011
Excerpt from the description on the Future Horizon's website at store.fhautism.com/p-116-aspergers-syndrome-and-adolescence-helping-preteens-teens-get-ready-for-the-real-world.aspx

Chapter titles from Barnes and Noble at www.barnesandnoble.com/w/asperger-syndrome-and-adolescence-teresa-bolick/1006171471?ean=9781931412414&r=1&cm_mmc=AFFILIATES-_-Linkshare-_-GwEz7vxblVU-_-10%3a1&
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