Asperger’s Syndrome and Communication

2 Reviews

£14.20

One of the top 8 best books about autism as rated by The Independent 2019!

Good communication isn’t just about exchanging information, it’s about being in tune with somebody else and considering how they might be feeling and what they might be wanting to say.


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One of the top 8 best books about autism as rated by The Independent 2019!

Good communication isn’t just about exchanging information, it’s about being in tune with somebody else and considering how they might be feeling and what they might be wanting to say. Believe it or not, many people (with or without an Autism Spectrum Disorder) aren’t very good at communicating! We can all learn some helpful tactics from this guide! This guide will cover some of the essentials of good communication, as well as look at some relevant things to be aware of when the exchange is between an autistic person and a neurotypical person. There is responsibility on both people to make a communication meaningful and productive. Therefore, in this guide, although touched upon are the things that that neurotypical people can do to help people with ASD, there are also suggestions for things that people with ASD can do.

2 reviews for Asperger’s Syndrome and Communication

  1. Amazon Customer

    This is another amazing book in the Alis Rowe collection. Much of what the autistic person and the neurotypical struggle to do is to communicate and this explains some of the basic principals well. It is an aid to not only improving communication but ultimately in improving relationships. Thanks to you Alis, another essential to add to the book collection.

  2. Amazon Customer

    Excellent for children and adult users! Exactly what I have come to expect from Alis! Thank you!

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