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This practical manual will enable people diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome and high functioning autism to deepen their self-understanding and appreciate their value as working individuals. Through step-by-step self-assessment, the reader is encouraged to engage actively in a self-paced exploration of their employment history, and ultimately to identify the work best suite ...more
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Published December 15th 2000 by Jessica Kingsley
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I think this would be quite useful for anyone with Asperger's, in terms of promoting awareness of the effect of behaviours on others. It's also a useful guidebook for managers, not least because it highlights some of the positive employment characteristics of people with Asperger's. Worth a read if you are within either category.
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Tony Attwood is an English psychologist who lives in Queensland, Australia and is an author of several books on Asperger's Syndrome. He received an honours degree in psychology from the University of Hull, an M.A. in clinical psychology from the University of Surrey, and a Ph.D. from University College London under Uta Frith. His book, Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals, pr ...more

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