Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome

fast factsUnderstanding Asperger’s Syndrome: Fast Facts–A Guide for Teachers and Educators to Address the Needs of the Student by Emily Burrows and Sheila Wagner.

(XAS Burro 2004)

This book is a guide for teachers and educators to address the needs of the student. Pp. 29.

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Can I tell you about Asperger’s Syndrome?

can i tell youCan I tell you about Asperger’s Syndrome? Jude Welton, Elizabeth Newson, and Jane Telford.

(XBC Welto 2004)

In this book, Adam, a young boy with AS, writes about the syndrome from his own perspective. He describes the symptoms of AS and helps children understand the difficulties faced by a child who has the syndrome. Pp. 170.

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Normal People Scare Me

normal peopleNormal People Scare Me

(XAD Norma 2006)

In the film, Cross offers a quirky and refreshing interview style as he asks questions including: “Do you like being autistic?”; “What do you want to be when you grow up?”; and Have you been teased? Interviews with over 65 individuals offer powerful, poignant insight to the joys and sorrows behind the faces and mysteries of autism. An excellent tool for in-service, education and awareness, the film has been used in universities, colleges, school districts, private and public organizations and corporations to shed a new perspective on autism as can only be expressed by those who experience it.

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