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The Asperger plus child Asperger plus child :
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LCC: RJ506.A9 L95 2007 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 618.92/858832 full
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Lccn: 2006932792
This practical guide to helping children with complex diagnoses at home and at school is based on current research as well as the author's clinical observations from working with this population for 15 years. Written for parents, teachers, counselors and medical professionals ... Source other than Library of Congress.
Table Of Contents
The genius of the child with Asperger syndrome
Part I. Strategies for helping children with Asperger syndrome plus bipolar disorder, nonverbal learning disability, obsessive compulsive disorder, and oppositional defiance disorder
The gifts and core challenges of Asperger syndrome
Fire and ice: helping children cope with Asperger syndrome plus bipolar disorder
Evoking the genius of the child challenged by Asperger syndrome plus nonverbal learning disorder
Soul of the scientist: Asperger syndrome plus obsessive compulsive disorder
A rigid will, a powerful spirit: Asperger syndrome plus oppositional defiant disorder
Part II. Assessing the difference between Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism, Tourette's syndrome, and attention deficit disorder
Strategies for identifying and helping children with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism
I have a fork / Joanne Barrie Lynn
How to help the child with Asperger syndrome also diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome
So close, so far: knowing the difference between attention deficit disorder (inattentive type) and Asperger syndrome
Using the character map to identify a child's neurotype
Seeing the spirit of a child through his diagnosis.
Authorized Access Point
Lynn, George T., 1945- Asperger plus child
Authorized Access Point Variant
Lynn, Joanne Barrie, 1947- Asperger plus child