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Information: Asperger Syndrome
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This information guide is written by New Horizons Un-Limited. The guide provides information about this disability including Definition, Types, Causes, Characteristics, and Statistics. We envision a world with the inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in our communities, our workplaces and our lives so we also include information on Awareness, Viewpoint, Needs and Solutions, Therapy and Rehabilitation, On-line Discussion Forum, and where to go on the Internet to Learn More about this disability.

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Links to Publications by Others


Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals

This guide is written by Tony Attwood and Lorna Wing (Preface) Sept. l997, 176 pages, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ISBN 1 853025777 1. This book is available at Amazon.com UK visitors may order through Amazon.co.uk.


New Sign Choosing the Right Job for People with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome

This article explains how to put ones strengths forward and how to understand what one may not be able to do as well. Included are charts on bad jobs or good jobs for people with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome. This article is by Temple Grandin, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado 80523, USA (November, 1999)

Should Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders Be Exempted From Homework

This paper is written by Tony Attwood, PhD. This paper is located on Dr. Attwood's Homepage.

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