Luke Beardon Collection 4 Books Set (Autism in Adults, Autism and Asperger Syndrome in Childhood, Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Adults, Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Children)

Luke Beardon Collection 4 Books Set (Autism in Adults, Autism and Asperger Syndrome in Childhood, Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Adults, Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Children)

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Titles In this Set:
Autism in Adults:
Autism and Asperger Syndrome in Childhood:
Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Adults:
Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Children:

Autism in Adults:
Dr Luke Beardon will help you to reframe what you feel, and challenge what you know, about being on the spectrum. He explains how autism impacts on the individual, and what purpose a diagnosis might - or might not - serve. There is a lot of myth-busting, and dismantling of the stereotypes and clichés around ASD and areas like communication, social interaction and relationships.

Autism and Asperger Syndrome in Childhood:
Dr Luke Beardon is a well-known expert in the field, and this book is an accessible, easy-to-read introduction for those encountering autism for the first time. Gently and honestly, it guides you through the issues you might encounter, busting the myths around autism and Asperger Syndrome, and explaining what the diagnosis means for your child, for you, and for your wider family.

Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Adults:
Dr Luke Beardon has put together an optimistic, upbeat and readable guide that will be essential reading not just for any autistic adult, but for anyone who loves, lives with or works with an autistic person. Emphasising that autism is not behaviour, but at the same time acknowledging that there are risks of increased anxiety specific to autism.

Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Children:
Dr Luke Beardon has put together an optimistic, upbeat and readable guide that will be essential reading for any parent to an autistic child, whether they are of preschool age or teenagers. Emphasising that autism is not behaviour, but at the same time acknowledging that there are risks of increased anxiety specific to autism.

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