The Asperkid’s Secret Book of Social Rules: The Handbook of Not-So-Obvious Social Guidelines for Tweens and Teens With Asperger Syndrome

ISBN-10

1849059152

ISBN-13

978-1849059152

Table of Contents

Description

Teenage years are not easy for anyone, but is especially challenging for kids on the Asperger and Autism spectrum. Written by Jennifer O’Toole, who herself was diagnosed with Asperger’s at age 35, this book of social rules for individuals with autism is full of illustration and practice.

Truly a must have for everyone growing up on the spectrum, as it provides on over 30 social rules in a manner that most enjoy, understand, and most importantly put into practice.

Things Learned By Reading The Asperkid’s Secret Book of Social Rules

  • Learning persistence and skills over time through practice.
  • Making mistakes is perfectly ok, as long as you learn from them.
  • Saying thanks is never a bad idea!
  • It’s perfectly fine to not be right all the time and knowing when to correct someone isn’t always easy.
  • And more!

Why We Recommend It

  • PRACTICAL INFORMATION THAT'S WRITTEN IN AN AGE APPROPRIATE WAY.
  • EXPLAINS BASIC RULES FOR KIDS STRUGGLING TO ABSORB SOCIAL CONVENTIONS.
  • A GREAT COLLECTION OF TOPICS THAT KIDS ARE LIKELY TO STRUGGLE WITH.
  • BEST FOR CHILDREN WITH READING SKILLS.
  • PACKED WITH INFORMATION THAT EVERY TEENAGER AND ADULT ON THE SPECTRUM WILL FIND USEFUL.

Our Verdict

Some of the most practical information written for kids in a concise and age appropriate manner. If you have someone in your life who struggles with social situations, this book lays down a solid foundation of social ques for them to follow. Written by someone who knows what its like, the book is void of any veiled condescension, providing valuable advice to those seeking it.

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