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Asperger's in Pink

Pearls of Wisdom from Inside the Bubble of Raising a Child with Asperger's

Julie Clark, Rudy Simone (Foreword by)


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Congratulations It's a girl with Asperger's Join author and mom Julie Clark as she guides you through her family's adventures raising a young child with Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism. Whether you have a boy or a girl with Asperger's in your life, you'll nod and smile as you turn each invaluable page of real-life challenges and solutions. On the way, you'll be delighted and intrigued by candid commentary from her daughter Kristina, whose spirit and perseverance outweigh any obstacle she may face. Teeming with wisdom and wit, this book has much to offer parents as well as educators and professionals. Together, you'll explore:
  • The Road to Diagnosis
  • The Teacher Who "Gets It"
  • Occupational Therapy and "Group"
  • Tuning in to Social Signals
  • Winning the Daily Battles
  • Hope for the Future
  • And more

Praise For Asperger's in Pink: Pearls of Wisdom from Inside the Bubble of Raising a Child with Asperger's

"I was riveted from the moment I started this book until I put it down at the last page. … This book is going to be both lighthouse and life raft for parents, giving them something to aim for and the way to get there. Parents of an AS child (whether girl or boy) who are trying to procure a diagnosis or who have a diagnosis but don’t know what to do next, Ms. Clark has provided you with a map. … Thanks to books like this and the parents and professionals who take the time to read them, many more little Aspergirls will have the future they deserve." From the Foreword by Rudy Simone, Asperger's self-advocate and author of Aspergirls and Asperger's on the Job

Future Horizons, 9781935274100, 273pp.

Publication Date: June 15, 2010

About the Author

Julie Clark is a writer, artist, and mom of a daughter with Asperger's Syndrome, who possesses a strong desire to increase awareness and understanding of the "pink" in the autism spectrum. Julie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, with minor studies in French and Studio Art.