"What Every Parent Ought To Know About Their Aspergers Child........."

From: Dave Angel (Author of "The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide")

Dear Parent,                                                                                    

If you’d like to understand how your Aspergers child really sees the world, how you can cope with all their behaviors and how you can keep the peace in your family home then this could be the most important letter you ever read.

Here’s Why:

We have spent a great deal of time asking parents like you what your biggest problems are when parenting a child with Aspergers syndrome. 

We have developed solutions to these problems using the knowledge and experience of our expert team made up of parents, professionals, carers and other specialists.

Now, I know you're probably sceptical about this.

There are so many websites with so much information out there that you don’t know who to believe.

That's OK in fact it’s normal and healthy.

Let me give you three good reasons I can back up what I claim:

 

  Three Reasons To Believe What I Say

 

Reason 1: My name is Dave Angel and I am a social worker with over 11 years real life experience in the field working with families just like yours and a Masters Degree in Applied Social Studies.

Over the past eleven years I have worked with hundreds of families who have had children with special needs (both young and old) and have a special interest in Aspergers.

I am the author of the “Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide” E-book which is a guide for parents of children with Asperger's Syndrome that I wrote recently

....... and the last time that I checked I have had 39,668 parents and family members of Aspergers children visit this website for help.

So I am confident that this experience means that I will be able to understand you and your own personal situation and offer you clear and practical help to improve it.

Reason 2: I have got a great team with me that have helped to develop the solutions to the many problems that you will face as a parent with an Aspergers child.

The team that has helped me is made up of many different experts such as Social Workers, Parents, Clinical Psychologists, Educational Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Autism Specialists and Special Needs Teachers.

These experts come from all over the world including Europe, North America and Australia.

In particular I have a UK Chartered Educational Psychologist (who received her Masters in Psychology at the University of East London) and who has more than 20 years experience as both a Special Needs Teacher and  Educational Psychologist.

She is working with me on behavioral and psychological issues for Aspergers children and their family.

I also have a medical doctor from the USA (who received her Medical Doctorate from the University of Minnesota) who has more than 15 years experience in medicine and who works with me on the medical side of Aspergers.

Between them my team have literally hundreds of years of experience of working with thousands of families with Aspergers children.

With this wide range of experience and understanding you can be sure that you will get solutions to your problems that will be both thorough and proven to work in real life.

Reason 3: I have carried out extensive research with over 100 families across the world to find out your biggest problems with bringing up your Aspergers child.

The funny thing is that even though people may be from different parts of the world, they are often experiencing the same kinds of problems......

And you can find out more about these common problems as you read on below......

  

"The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide is an excellent resource that I would recommend to any parent who has a child with Aspergers Syndrome.

It is full of really practical and easy-to-use information to help parents with their Aspergers child and also the rest of the family.

As a journalist I know a thing or two about writing - and this is definitely put together and written very professionally."

Ian Cook
Journalist and Former BBC Producer

Birmingham, UK

 

Do You Ever Feel Tired, Frustrated or Overwhelmed As The Parent Of An Aspergers Child? 

 

Let’s face it being a parent to a child with Aspergers Syndrome can be tough. 

One of the worst problems is that you can never really understand what is going on inside your child’s head. 

This makes it so difficult for you to understand their behaviour…….. 

…..let alone be able to control it. 

This can leave you feeling emotionally beat up and completely useless as a parent. 

You have to cope with crisis on a daily, hourly or even minute by minute basis. 

You experience problems when you are at home….. 

…..your child may hit out at you and other family members, kick them, shout, scream, throw huge tantrums and break half the furniture

And most of the time you have no idea why they are doing it. 

And at the same time you are worried sick about what affect this is having on your other children. 

Also when you take your Aspergers child out into the local community no matter where you go………. 

………you feel on a constant knife’s edge waiting for the next crisis to explode. 

Because most people don’t understand that when your child describes them as being “fat” or having a “funny looking face” they are just stating what they see as facts, not trying to being rude or smart. 

But you have to diffuse the situation before it escalates into shouting, screaming or physical violence where someone gets hurt. 

This daily routine of feeling embarrassed in public, coping with explosive situations and worrying endlessly about your child and the rest of the family can put an unbearable strain on you……… 

……there are times that you think that you can just no longer carry on as a parent. 

And that’s without even mentioning the major headaches and problems that arise when your Aspergers child attends school……. 

BUT don’t give up yet, there is hope. There are some simple, easy-to-use practical tips and techniques that can save you ALL that stress, worry, physical pain and embarrassment....

 

Introducing The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide!

 

I'm Going To Reveal To You Everything You Need To Know To Help Your Child With Aspergers Through Any Situation That Arises...

 

That's right, in the breakthrough Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide I'm going to reveal everything that you need to know to understand your Aspergers child, cope with any behaviours that they display and have a happy family home.

I am going to give you tried and trusted techniques that have worked with Aspergers children all over the world and will work for you most every time.

My objective in offering this resource is simple:

I want to take all of the experience, expert information and great ideas from both myself and my colleagues and give them to you.

That way you have a hugely valuable resource packed solid with advice, fresh ideas and solutions to your problems.

You can have it with you all of the time and can use it to overcome the day-to-day problems in parenting an Aspergers child.

It will be like having your own expert Aspergers team in a small corner of your living room gently supporting and advising you to make the right decisions for you and your child every second of the day.

But I know by now you might be thinking.....

 

" Well That's All Great But It Sounds Too Good To Be True Because Nobody Has All The Answers....."

 

And guess what? You're absolutely right......

I am not offering a complete cure for Aspergers and I am not trying to claim that every single thing that you will ever need to help your child is in my book.......

No-one ever could or should truthfully claim that.......

But if you are looking for rock solid and proven answers to a whole bunch of questions that you have about your Aspergers child then I am confident that you can benefit from my help........

Look for the past eleven years I have worked with hundreds of families who have children with special needs and I have developed a special interest in Aspergers.....

Over these years I have been disturbed by the amount of pain and heartache that having an Aspergers child can bring to some families........yet have noticed that for other families it is a joyous gift that they nurture and treasure......

So I decided that I wanted to find out more so that I could help the families that were suffering the most.......

I went out and interviewed 107 families to find out what their biggest problems were and found that the main problem areas for families were.......

Coping with their child's difficult and aggressive behaviors.....

Understanding what is really going on inside their child's head....

How to help their child to cope better in the community and at school.....

How to keep the peace at home with the rest of the family.....

And understanding the real meaning and causes of Aspergers.

So I figured that what parents were looking for was a complete and comprehensive guide packed with practical tips and explanations all about their Aspergers child….

And not some stuffy, old academic text book filled with long fancy sounding words that no-one actually understands or uses in the real world!

So that is what I have created with my colleagues and now as you read on........

 

"I Would Like to Show You Just Some of The Amazing Secrets, Tips & Techniques This Program Will Reveal To You......."

 

 Behavior 

Avoid the # 1 one biggest mistake that parents make when your child misbehaves, and ensure your child won't feel rejected. (page 31)

3 simple ways to help your child when he loses his temper and keep the peace in your family home. (page 34) 

Discover the 4 major reasons behind every single behavior that your child displays and get a real understanding of how your child’s mind works. (page 43) 

How a simple piece of card can stop your child’s rages and restore instant peace to your family home. (page 52)

2 critical actions that will stop your child hitting you and prevent both physical and emotional pain. (page 60) 

How to reduce your child’s anxiety without expensive psychiatrist’s bills. (page 21) 

The simple-to-use technique for pinpointing exactly why your child is behaving a certain way that’s as easy as ABC…..! (page 44) 

Discover the real reason that your child carries out rituals, obsessive-compulsive actions and perseverations. (page 20) 

4 actions you must take to help your other kids understand the rages of your Asperger’s child and stop them copying that behaviour. (page 53) 

The little-known secret why your child performs self-stimulation such as flapping and humming. (page 25) 

Discover the 6 problem sexual behaviours that your Asperger’s child may develop, so that you are ahead of the game, ready and prepared to cope with them! (page 27) 

Quick and easy ways to teach your child about emotions so that they can build positive relationships with people. (page 40) 

Simple techniques to help your Aspergers daughter to cope with her period and leave her feeling happier and more relaxed about the whole thing. (page 56) 

How to tackle your child’s sexual problem behaviors, without making the situation ten times worse! (page 29) 

 

Parental/Family Support

 

How to avoid the biggest mistake that parents make when trying to change their child’s behaviour; so you can have a positive impact on your child’s behaviour every time. (page 84)

The true facts about Aspergers; so that you have all the essential knowledge at your fingertips. (page 98) 

Discover why grounding your Aspergers child will have the opposite effect that you were hoping for, and discover what will really improve your child’s behavior. (page 85)

How to explain the Doctor’s diagnosis of Aspergers to your other children in a way that will reduce sibling tensions overnight! (page 65) 

An easy guide to how your child can make social relationships that lead to lasting friendships and romance. (page 72) 

How to easily explain your child’s Aspergers to your neighbors and stop fights at the garden gate! (page 106) 

The # 1 place for siblings on the internet to gain information, connect with other siblings and feel great about it. (page 68)

How you can help your child develop empathy, understand other people’s feelings and arm them with these essential skills for everyday community life. (page 80) 

Where to find easy-to-use computer software that will teach your child to understand emotions that won’t cost you a red cent! (page 82)

 

Education

 

The sure-fire secret you must know to help your child succeed at school. (page 129) 

5 Steps to creating the absolute best learning environment for your child; so that he can receive the education and special help that he deserves to thrive. (page 116)

The little-known reason why Aspergers children struggle to concentrate in class; and how you can use it to dramatically improve your child’s performance in school. (page 115)

How to use your child’s obsession to help him do better at school work than he has ever done in his life. (page 124) 

3 critical questions you must have answered before you choose a school. (page 132) 

Insider secrets that guarantee your child an effective education plan at school; which will make him learn better and have a brilliant time at school. (page 120) 

Three ways of teaching your child to learn numbers that uses 100% of his brain and brings you guaranteed improved results. (page 118) 

Eight easy steps to improve your child’s sports skills which will make him happier and more confident at playing games. (page 126) 

9 essential facts you must know about home schooling; to ensure you make the right choice for your child. (page 133) 

Discover the fastest and best resource for teaching your child social skills, so that he can play with other children and join in games with confidence. (page 138) 

 

Diagnosis, Cause & Mental Health Issues

 

3 questions you must ask about your child’s medication to stop your child suffering from dizziness, nausea, involuntary movements and hyperactivity. (page 142) 

How to help your child when he’s being bullied, so it doesn’t go on to wreck his whole life. (page 144)

The absolute definite time in your child’s life that he is likely to become depressed, and how to quickly having him feeling better again. (page 146)

 

Other Topics

 

The little-known method using just a simple writing pad to help your child survive summer camp, and have the best summer of his life. (page 159) 

The five reasons why your child is a “fussy eater” (they won’t be what you think). (page 167) 

Quick and easy techniques for other school children who want to become friends with your Aspergers child but aren’t sure what to do. (page 175)

 

A SPECIAL BONUS SECTION :
"Whoa... wait a minute ...
how do I handle these situations?"

 

Which means, you'll get the answers to these "in depth" questions:

My daughter (typical) is 5 and my son is 12 (with Asperger’s) and since he looks and acts normal a fair amount of the time, how do I explain his behaviors to his sister? (page 75)

How do I make my 21 year old daughter with Asperger’s understand the importance of personal hygiene and keeping her space tidy? (page 88)

Is Asperger’s the same thing as autism - can you define the meaning of Asperger’s and all of its symptoms? (page 149) 

I feel that I'm constantly pointing out my son’s syndrome to everyone as he looks and acts normal (from a distance).  Is there any quick explanation that can be given to show the difference between my son and other children who do not have Asperger’s? (page 109)

Is Asperger’s Syndrome a mental health disorder or neurological disorder? (page 152)

How does a grand parent approach the parents of a child he suspects has Asperger’s Syndrome? (page 90) 

What do you believe to be the cause of this disorder? (page 155) 

How do you help your Asperger’s child to live in this strange world when you are a parent with Asperger’s who has still not learnt to live in it?  (page 93) 

I am a teaching assistant who supports a child with Asperger’s.  Could you provide any helpful hints on how to support him during cooking? (page 122)

Is Asperger’s Syndrome detectable on a brain scan or before a baby is born? (page 156)

Is there any connection between Asperger’s and Lyme Disease?  (page 162)

Do boys with Asperger’s display effeminate behavior? (page 169)

Using homeopathic or natural remedies, can someone with Asperger’s be cured completely or do you repeatedly have to take the remedies? (page 170) 

Is there information about Therapeutic Community treatments for children with Aspergers.  (p173)

 

"OK That all Sounds Good But if You're Such an Aspergers Expert Why  Haven't I Heard of You Before.....?"

 

Well quite simply the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide" is a pretty new resource.

Although as I just explained the resource is packed with information based on many years of proven methods by expert professionals.

But I haven't spent any time putting out press releases, buying adverts in magazines or any of that stuff for the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide".

I have been too busy over the past few months with my colleagues putting this whole thing together.

So the publicity out there about my information resource at this moment in time is ZERO.

There are 3 real reasons for this:

Reason 1 - As myself and my colleagues are all currently still working in practice with families this resource has been a real "labor of love" in the making - on weekends, evenings and in any other spare time away from the day job.

So I have simply not had time to start publishing articles, arranging press interviews and all that other PR stuff that people generally do when they are releasing a new book.

Reason 2 - Funnily enough I don't really want to do a whole bunch of that publicity stuff either.

I stand firmly behind the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide" and know that it's based on a great deal of solid knowledge and experience, that really doesn't need a whole bunch of fancy spin and PR work.

My interest is to offer proven rock solid information to help parents with Aspergers children and not to become some kind of PR genius!

I do plan in the future to release lots more free articles about Aspergers on the internet for people to read and benefit from.

And I hope that as well as helping people it may also get my name known a little better out there.

So watch out for that in the coming months.........

Reason 3 - I pride myself on offering extra support to visitors to this website as they need it.

In fact I also plan to offer even more ongoing support for parents of Aspergers children who visit this website that you are on now........

......so be sure to read on to find out more about this...........

But obviously all this means that my time is very limited and I choose to spend it offering practical hints and tips to parents, rather than getting involved with lots of new promotional activities........

And now at this point I would really llike to share with you.....

 

What Some Of The Happy Parents Who Are Using The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide Have To Say.... 

 

"This past week I printed pages 116 through 119 of your book to aid an IEP in the works for our Alex, age 10. 

Your book is an excellent informational resource, so easy to read and understand. 

I know I will reference it more in the future and also mention it at the next Collaborative Autism Intervention Project (CAIP) workshop I attend.

Thank you so much"

Melinda Boren - Parent of an Asperger's Child

Missouri, USA

http://acc.coe.missouri.edu/autism.html

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"Wow!

I am only halfway through your book, but I love it!

I am learning a lot from the question/answer dialogue, and most certainly appreciate the time and effort you put into this work.

Thank you so much for this information.

Judith (Surname anonyomised on request) - Parent of an Asperger's Child.

Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA."

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"Very, Very Good

The personal parental problems are very helpful.

I found reading about children in my son's age group most interesting of course.

Like you say what is a normal parent and what is a normal person anyway?"

Donald Hughes - Parent of a Young Adult with Asperger's

West Penwith, Cornwall UK

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"Hi,

I thought the book was great.

Thanks for looking at the problems with a different view point."

Sharon Hills – Parent of an Asperger's Child

South Wales, UK

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"Thank you for your book.

I have an 11 year old boy (with ASP) and it is good to know more about it.

It is very interesting and well written."

Pia Contaldi - Parent of An Asperger's Child

Cape Town, South Africa

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"Hi  I have found your book really useful.

I'm not sure whether my son has Asperger's and I was worried which is why I ended up on your site.

I am very grateful for the book so thank you."

Jax Fleming - Parent of an Undiagnosed Asperger's Child

Essex, UK

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"I found the book really interesting and informative.

I am giving copies to friends who are already dying to read it, more so because you explain everything in plain english, which is a refreshing change."

Cheryl Waldron - Parent of an Asperger's Child

Havant, Hampshire, UK

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"I am a sufferer of AS and its always great to see when someone is helping people understand Aspergers."

Steve Fritz - Adult with Asperger's

Sheffield, UK

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"It has been very enlightening - thank you so much.

My son has not been diagnosed yet but his case is in front of the panel and we are waiting."

Daniella Slaney - Parent of an Undiagnosed Asperger's Child

Solihull, UK

 

Just imagine being able to cope with most situations that arise with your Aspergers child any time, any place, any where.

How amazing will it feel knowing that you can do this and also live a happier life with a renewed confidence in your ability as a parent?

Look the chances are that you are going to be parenting your child for many years to come – so why not discover how to do this using the easiest and most effective methods?

 

So Let's Get To The Bottom Line... 

What's It Worth To Get A Complete Step-By-Step Information Resource To Help You Successfully Parent Your Aspergers Child And Give The Whole Family A Better Quality Of Life.

 

Let’s do a quick comparison – The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide will equip you with the best tips and techniques for raising your Aspergers child.

It is the work of social workers, parents, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, speech-language pathologists, autism specialists and special needs teachers.

If you went to see each of these specialists individually you could expect to pay:

  • Psychologist                                         $200 per 1 hour session   

  • Speech-Language Pathologist                  $100 per 1 hour session

  • Autism Specialist                                   $150 per 1 hour session   

  • Private Special Needs Teacher                 $ 70 per  1 hour session

  • Social Worker                                       $100 per 1 hour session

            Total                                                            $620 

 

So to see all of these specialists would cost you $620 and if you have problems that mean you need weekly help, then it’s gonna set you back some serious dollars!  

But I am not going to charge you anywhere near that amount. I want you to enjoy and benefit from the Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide not end up in a ton of debt. 

That’s why your total investment for the entire " Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide" is just $37. So for a tiny fraction of the cost of just one hour with a psychologist you get this entire resource which is with you 24-7 and guaranteed to help you when you need it most. 

 

So What's The Catch? Why Am I Practically Giving This Program Away?

 

Well, it's really quite simple. Since you'll be downloading the manual directly from the Internet I have no inventory and no fulfillment costs. I don't need to pay anyone to take the orders over the phone (though, you are welcome to call me on my personal cell phone on 011-44-7981423108 to rest assured that I am a real person). This way I can pass along my cost savings to you. So you win and I win.

But don't worry, downloading the manual is a snap, I'm no "techno whiz" and I had no problem. (The ebook works with both MAC or PC computers.). The best bit for you is that this product is 100% downloadable and can be sitting on your very own computer for you to read in less than 5 minutes! But if I were you I would act quickly on this introductory offer of $37. Because once I get a few more testimonials from satisfied parents I plan to raise the price for the program to $47.

Click here to reserve your copy now

 

"But If You Really Want to Help People Why Are You Not Giving Away Your Resource to As Many People As Possible........?"

 

Well there are 2 real reasons why I am not able to give this material away for free:

Reason 1 - I have had to bring in paid experts to put up and maintain this website and as you can imagine this kind of help, and the kit that’s needed, just doesn't come cheap.

Reason 2 - I really enjoy being able to provide ongoing support (generally through email) to parents of children with Aspergers.

But like most of you I have a family and without this little extra income I would probably need to take a second job.......and so no longer have the time to offer this follow up support.

So I hope this clears up the need to charge for the resource and I would like to tell you now about some exciting bonuses that I am also giving away for free with the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide"......

 

Act NOW and Receive ALL These FREE Bonuses:

 

Free Bonus #1:
An Interview With Internationally Acclaimed Aspergers Author Tony Attwood ($25 value)

I am sure that if you already started looking for information about Aspergers syndrome then you will have come across Tony Attwood. He works with adults and children with Aspergers syndrome as a psychologist and is an extremely well read author and sought after speaker on the subject. I grilled Tony in a 30 minute interview that I have had transcribed for you to read and enjoy. In this interview Tony reveals tips on working with certain behaviors, techniques for families and siblings of Aspergers children, his own personal favorite Aspergers experts and what he sees as some of the major issues ahead for people with Aspergers.

 

Free Bonus #2:
”My Personal Rolodex of Aspergers Internet Resources” ($23 value)

They say that knowledge is power and I certainly agree, but you need to find the knowledge first. And there is no faster way for you to get all the best information than the internet. So I have decided to share with you my own personal rolodex of internet resources. These websites will arm you with more information than you can shake a stick at! There are links to discussion forums, chat rooms, sites with great freebies (like free books and communication aids), website directories (these are the internet equivalent of the yellow pages for all things Aspergers), websites of individuals with Aspergers and much more…

 

Free Bonus #3:
”Getting Started: Introducing Your Child To His Or Her Diagnosis Of Autism Or Aspergers Syndrome” a special report by Marci Wheeler ($11 value)

This special report is a really practical guide that helps parents in the tricky area of explaining to their child about their Aspergers diagnosis. Marci Wheeler has compiled a report on the “who, what, when, where and how” of telling your child about Aspergers. It is written in a down-to-earth and easy-to-read style so that you can quickly discover and understand the main issues that you need to know. Marci is a social worker who has over 20 years experience working at the Indiana Resource Center for Autism. I recently interviewed her and I have to say that she is an amazingly helpful lady with a great knowledge of Autism and Aspergers.

 

Free Bonus #4:
20 Parent Tips To A Tantrum-Free Haircut For A Child With Autism” a special report by Wanda Brown ($9 value)

There are some excellent tips in this special report on how to help your Aspergers child to have a hair cut without having to go through a terrifying ordeal for all concerned. Wanda Brown is the mother of an autistic child who has gone through a whole range of experiences to get his hair cut regularly. Through trial and error she has gone from a situation where her son needed two people to help manage his meltdown/tantrums when having his hair cut, to him now accepting his hair cuts as part of his regular grooming routine. So you can share Wanda’s success by learning exactly what she tried and what she recommends. And using it the next time your child needs a hair cut. 

 

*BRAND NEW ADDITIONAL TIME-LIMITED BONUS........*

 

Free Bonus #5:
”Email Consultation about your child with a Fully Qualified Educational Psychologist” ($300 value)

I have arranged with an Educational Psychologist colleague of mine from the UK to offer an exclusive support service for people who get a copy of the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide".

She will answer any queries that you have about your Aspergers child for free (she normally charges $100 per hour in private practice).

Her professional time is limited (as she still actively works full time as a psychologist) so this will need to be restricted to 3 email consultations.

The consultations can be taken whenever you need help (this can be 5 minutes after you get your copy of the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide" if need be) and I know they will be invaluable for you in helping you to parent your Aspergers child.

All you need to do is email us at info@ParentingAspergers.com with your consultation questions and copy of your receipt for the "Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide" and we'll get back to you within 5 working days (or quicker if we can).

This is going to be time-limited as we are expecting an avalanche of questions and at some point will need to pull the bonus to let her catch up with them all........and when it's gone it's gone! So if you want to take advantage of this unique bonus I really would advise you to act fast.

Click here to reserve your copy now

So in total that's $368 of free bonuses that you will receive with "The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide".....

.....But before you make your decision there was another question that I have been asked by visitors to the website that I wanted to answer for you........

 

"Why Can't I Get a Copy of The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide As a Paperback Book At My Local Bookstore or on Amazon?"

 

I know that some people like to own books and feel better when they actually buy a physical book; rather than a downloadable E-book.

But for me there are a number of great advantages in E-books that make this the best way to get my information out there:

This E-Book is instantly downloadable so that you can be reading it and benefiting from it straight away in minutes....and not have to wait for it to be delivered in the post.

You can print off copies for yourself and others and even email it to friends to share the information.

Having this E-book on your computer means that it will never get lost, damaged or add to the clutter in your house.

When new information comes out in the field of Aspergers I am able to update the book and then send out updated copies for free by email to people who own the book, so that it can be an ongoing information resource (and for me that's the best reason of all).

 

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To your success,

Dave Angel

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