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Product Information Asperger Syndrome An Owner's Manual 2 for Older Adolescents and Adults: What You, Your Parents and Friends, and Your Employer, Need to Know

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This interactive workbook is a follow-up to the author's workbook for children with Asperger's syndrome, "Asperger Syndrome: An Owner's Manual; What You, Your Parents, and Your Teachers Need to Know." Following is a description adapted from the autismbookstore.com into easy-to-read bullets:

- "...deals with subjects such as finding and maintaining suitable employment, personal hygiene, forming intimate relationships, and goal setting."

- "After reading the material presented in each section and answering all follow-up questions honestly and accurately, readers should come away with a better understanding of themselves and their diagnosis."

- "In addition, readers will take away valuable strategies for managing their Asperger Syndrome (AS), as well as suggestions on how, if, and when to reveal their diagnosis to others."

- "The many schedules, checklists, and charts can be tailored to represent the reader's personal goals."

Information taken from http://www.autismbookstore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=ASNC&Product_Code=BASP29&Category_Code=FLS
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