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Title: Asperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues
Author(s): Smith Myles, Brenda; Tapscott Cook, Katherine; Miller Nancy; Rinner Louann; Robbins, Lisa
Published: 2000
Copies: 1
Summary: This exciting book uncovers the puzzling behaviors of children and youth with Asperger Syndrome (AS) that have a sensory base and, therefore, are often difficult to pinpoint and interpret. Written in a reader-friendly style, the book covers the impact of the sensory system on behavior, reviews formal and informal assessment tools and offers an invaluable set of practical interventions that can be used by parents and educators alike to help promote success for children and youth with AS. The "sensory gang" - a set of clever icons used throughout the book - helps the reader navigate between the senses.

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