Business for Aspies

41L2ZJ+4xTL[1]Business for Aspies by Ashley Stanford

(XAD Stanf 2011)

This book explains exactly how those with Asperger Syndrome can get their talents recognized and become successful and indispensable employees.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.

Managing with Asperger Syndrome

Managing with Asperger Syndrome Managing with Asperger Syndromeby Malcolm Johnson

(XAD Johns 2005)

The author draws on his personal experiences to explain how elements such as the working environment, managing staff, group dynamics and office politics can have a profound influence on work performance. He provides useful examples and guidance on adapting to the workplace and coping with the pressures and demands of professional roles.

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Social Pragmatic Success for Asperger Syndrome

social-pragmatic successSocial Pragmatic Success for Asperger Syndrome by Timothy P. Kowalski.

XSS Kowal 2010

Not getting the results you want? Overwhelmed? Not sure where to begin? Confused? This book is an easy, practical tool designed to assess and document strengths and weaknesses in social-pragmatic communication across settings. The author provides a comprehensive tutorial in establishing treatment goals and techniques that address holistic, functional improvement is social-pragmatic communication skills. This tool is particularly useful in the school setting when meeting certain eligibility requirements for the students is a challenge, this tool can serve as the critical element needed to navigate the eligibility process.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.

 

No More Victims

no more victimsNo More Victims by Dr. Jed Baker 

(XAS Baker 2013)

The digital world offers a wonderful way to communicate and socialize with others. Yet, it is also rife with the dangers of being victimized emotionally, physically, and financially.

Trusting individuals with autism spectrum disorders, who are oftentimes socially isolated, are especially vulnerable to online predators. Finally, we have a resource to help prepare them for the minefields they may encounter on the Internet.
In this much-needed book, Dr Baker presents three main areas of concern for our kids:

  • Cyber bullying
  • Online sexual predators
  • Internet scams

Through Dr. Baker’s invaluable advice, kids will learn what to look out for, whom to avoid, and how to protect themselves when they’re communicating online.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.