How To Raise A Happy, Successful Child With Aspergers

If you are the parent or relative of a child with Asperger’s syndrome, you know you can make life an agonized struggle.

The obsessive routines. Concern about a topic of interest (excluding almost everything else). The problems facing the understanding of different social situations. Hypersensitivity to sounds, tastes, smells and sights. His feelings of being overwhelmed by even the smallest of changes …

Then there are the pressures you may face the inability to communicate with his son, the discomfort you feel in social situations, the pressure that puts on your relationships with your partner and other children, and the desperate desire to treat nothing – in a sea of ​​physical and emotional exhaustion – to make sure your child is able to enjoy the best that life can offer. – Even in their terms

can be very frustrating to have a child with Asperger syndrome. The hardest part is feeling like you never really get to know your child and how the world in the same way that other parents see. But how can you do that?

As a quick test, please ask yourself the following questions (and answers honestly)

1. Do you feel tired, frustrated or overwhelmed as a parent of a child with Asperger’s syndrome?
2. Do you feel like you are in a constant edge 24 hours a day knife, waiting for the next ‘ Crisis ‘ explode?
3. Have you ever been so angry with your child, even for a split second that
really hated?
4. Has your child ever does anything so strange or dangerous has been afraid of what may be able to?

If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, and that is looking for answers to their questions Asperger, then this could be the most important letter you’ll ever read. ..

Here is why I am writing to you …

My name is Dave Angel I am a social worker who works with families like yours, and obtained a master’s degree in Applied Social Studies. Despite all this, Asperger syndrome was not something I know much about

Until one day several years ago when
I visited a family with an unusual child …

I’ll never forget the first time you meet a child with Asperger syndrome.

You see, I had a work call for a visit during the day to a family that had never known before. The reason for going was to assess a young person who was struggling with school. She felt very low, was in a state of almost permanent depressed mood, and was also very aggressive toward his older brother.

But that was only half the story also remember the mood of the parents of this child.

The mother of this child was so upset and frustrated that she did not know where to turn, and was so overwhelmed by it all she was crying and at the end of his leash.

The mother and father of this child had separated, a common occurrence for parents of children with Asperger syndrome, a staggering 75% of those parents eventually separated, largely due to the pressures and stresses handle a child with Asperger syndrome. The inability to communicate, on the one hand, and the malicious gossip of other parents in the yard (who see their son as “ strange ” or “ different ” often do not have justification) all contribute to tear the fabric of even the strongest relationships.

What’s more, each of them lived in different houses. This resulted in her son having two houses get used to (when he spent time with each parent), which meant different routines, lack of stability, and increased anxiety for all concerned.

So after my evaluation, I felt very frustrated as I was not able to offer any practical help.

wanted to do what I could to help this family, but could not, and that came over me.

Meeting of this family (and see their suffering and pain) aroused my desire to know more, and made it my mission to find out all you can about Asperger syndrome.

and that was when I had an unpleasant surprise …

The strange thing was, there was no shortage of information on Asperger syndrome. But he fell squarely into one of two categories:

1) or was written by academics in a very “dry” way, difficult to understand
2) Or the information was presented by well-meaning charities, with bad joints (web sites where it is difficult to find the correct information for your needs and your child).

In summary, there was no single resource for ordinary parents, friends and relatives of people with Asperger syndrome. A resource written in easy to understand, non-academic language where they could share their experiences and help each other to help themselves – and your child with Asperger’s syndrome – to enjoy less stressful and happier and productive life …

That’s why I’ve written a guide to fill this ‘ knowledge gap

But before I tell you more about my new guide, and how you can help your child (and other family members) lead a happy, productive and loving life, I want to give you the facts of Asperger. So with this mind, it’s time I answered the most important question …

What is Asperger’s syndrome and how it affects your kids (and you)?

In simple terms, Asperger syndrome is a developmental disability that affects the way your child develops and understands the world around them, and directly linked to their senses and sensory processing. This means that often use these behaviors to block their emotions or pain response.

Although they may vary slightly from one person to another, children with Asperger syndrome tend to have similar symptoms, the main

The difficulties with social functioning especially in the harsh environment of a school and fall
Sensory problems which are very sensitive to bright light, loud sounds and smells unpleasant
obsessive interests with a focus on one subject to the exclusion of all other
Social isolation and struggles to make friends due to the lack of empathy, and an inability to pick up on or understand social graces and signs (such as stop talking and allow others to speak)
rigid insistence on routine (where any change can cause emotional and physiological crisis)
A need to know when everything is happening in order not to feel completely overwhelmed

how I can help you find answers
your questions about Asperger …

Since 2006, I have worked with hundreds of families around the world who have Asperger syndrome.

During these years I have been disturbed and saddened by the amount of pain and anguish that having a child with Asperger’s syndrome may lead some families, although I have noticed that for other families is a cheerful gift nurture and treasure.

The funny thing is that even though people who are parents of children with Asperger’s syndrome can be of different parts of the world, often experience the same problems ……

I decided I wanted to know more to help families that were most affected, and 107 families interviewed to find out what their biggest problems and found that the main problem areas for families were …… .

Coping with aggressive and difficult behaviors of their children … ..
Understanding what is really going on inside the head of his son ….
Helping your child cope better in the community and in school … ..
How to maintain peace in the country with the rest of the family … ..
understand the true meaning and causes of Asperger syndrome.

so I thought what the parents were looking for was a complete and comprehensive guide full of practical advice and explanations especially Asperger child ….

But not just some old stuffy academic text book full of fancy words sound much that nobody understands in act or use in the real world. A practical guide to support based on proven strategies used worldwide by parents and relatives of people with Asperger syndrome.

And this is your invitation to try, without risk, for the next 56 days …

NOTICE: The Parent Resource Guide Asperger –

The practical guide to raising a happy and successful child with Asperger syndrome

1. Resource Guide Asperger Foster is a simple guide that gives parents the simple but very effective tips, strategies and techniques to help deal with and manage your child’s behavior and emotional needs.
2. Based on proven and reliable methods who have worked with children Asperger worldwide, the guide will give more control and stability both your child from life and your family, and help to manage your child with symptoms of Asperger ‘in a simple and less painful way.
3. My goal in offering this resource is simple: I want to take the whole experience, expert information and great ideas for me and my colleagues and give them to you. Thus you have a solid extremely valuable resource filled with tips, fresh ideas and solutions to the problems faced on a daily basis.
4. You can have with you all the time and can be used to overcome the problems of everyday life in raising a child with Asperger syndrome. Resource Guide Asperger Foster will be like having your own team of experts from Asperger in a small corner of your living room gently support and advice to make the right decisions for you and your child every second of the day.

“… His book is an excellent source of information, so easy to read and understand …”

“Last week I printed pages 116-119 of his book to help an IEP in the works for our Alex, age 10. His book is an excellent source of information, so easy to read and understand . I know I’m going to refer to it in the future and also mentioned in the workshop together Intervention Project autism Collaboration (CAIP) I attend Muchas Gracias “
Melinda Boren -. Father of an Asperger child, Missouri, USA

I assembled a team of experts who helped develop solutions to the many problems you will face as a parent with Asperger child.

This team of experts is composed of many different such experts as social workers, parents, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, speech-language pathologists,
Specialists autism and special education teachers, and coming all over the world including Europe, North America and Australia.

In particular I have a UK Chartered Educational Psychologist (who received his Masters Degree in Psychology at the University of East London) and having more than 20 years of experience as a special needs teacher and educational psychologist.

She is working with me on behavioral and psychological problems for Asperger children and their families.

also have a medical doctor, Christine Traxler, from the US (who received his doctorate in medicine from the University of Minnesota) having more than 15 years of experience in medicine and working with me on the medical aspect of Asperger syndrome.

Among them my team has many years of experience working with thousands of families with children Asperger.

With this wide range of experience and knowledge, you can be sure that get solutions to their problems it will be time to deep and proven to work in real life.

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