Taking responsibility: good practice guidelines for services - adults with asperger syndrome

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National Autistic Society, 2002 - 84 pages
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This book is essential reading for anyone who works with adolescents or adults with high functioning autism or Asperger syndrome. This includes health, housing, social care, secondary schools, universities and employment agencies. This book is essential reading for anyone who works with adolescents or adults with high functioning autism or Asperger syndrome. This includes health, housing, social care, secondary schools, universities and employment agencies. The guidelines offered are the result of a three year Avon Asperger Syndrome Project which Andrew managed. The guidelines are practical and clearly set out, based on good practice and the real needs of very vulnerable people whose needs are all too often not always addressed.
 

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3
Asperger syndrome audit
16
Practical support services
31
Information for people with Asperger syndrome and their families
45
Carers needs
59
Appendix A UK Asperger syndromeautistic spectrum disorder
73
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