Life in the Asperger Lane: Dan Coulter's Collected Asperger Articles
FROM REVIEWS: ...truly amazing...a gem of encouragement...filled with insight and humor...positive and engaging...."nuggets of gold" that can be used right away...common sense advice...warm and comforting...thoughtful and practical...a true treasure...
Audience: Parents, siblings, teachers, and counselors of children and adults who have Asperger Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder - Level 1.
For years, support groups in the United States, Canada and Australia have used Dan Coulter’s articles to improve life for people with Asperger Syndrome and their families. The articles offer answers to challenges like getting children to listen, teaching social skills, dealing with meltdowns and setbacks, disclosure, fitting in at school, bullying, teaching siblings to understand, modifying difficult behaviors, and more. This book collects Dan’s first 70 articles.
Spurred by his son's diagnosis with Asperger Syndrome, Dan used his skills as a successful television writer/producer/director and public relations executive to become a leading Asperger advocate. This book includes the best practices Dan has gathered for people with Asperger Syndrome and for their parents, teachers, psychologists, counselors and other supporters. Dan himself was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome in 2009. With warmth and humor, Dan focuses on positive, practical steps that have worked for a wide range of individuals and families.
Paperback Book: 9 inches by 6 inches by 1/2 inch.
Ebook: Kindle format.
Visit Dan Coulter's Amazon.com Author Page: amazon.com/author/dancoulter
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BRENDA SMITH MYLES, Ph.D - Specialist at Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI);Consultant at Ziggurat Group
"Dan Coulter's articles are truly amazing. They have the unique ability to help you understand and reflect. Dan's uses his sense of humor and deep understanding of ASD to help us see the limitless potential of individuals on the spectrum."