Asperger's Syndrome: Understanding the Brain of an Autistic Person David Kelvins Author
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The following topics are included in this 2-book combo:Book 1: Asperger’s Syndrome is sometimes called high-functioning autism. The premise of this definition will be explained in this book, detailing the various aspect of the disorder, as well as possibilities and limitations.For example, we will talk about the most important signs of Asperger’s Syndrome in adults, how to determine if someone has it or if it’s more related to ADHD, and how to treat those symptoms.Last but not least, we’ll touch a little bit on what goes on in the brain of someone with Asperger’s Syndrome, so that you will comprehend the neurological processes more deeply.Book 2: Let’s say your child has Asperger’s Syndrome? He or she has been officially diagnosed with it, or all the signs are present and there is barely any doubt.Now what do you do?Well, with this quick guide you will have at least some of the answers to that question. We will go over a small number of case studies and researched topics that can help you along the way, such as the relationship between autistic disorders and schizophrenia, stomach problems, earlier death, chemical imbalances in the brain, and alternative medicine for those who have an autistic disorder.Don’t wait. Start learning more!


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