Asperger's syndrome and anxiety : by Alis Rowe.Understanding challenging behaviour /
By: Rowe, Alis.Series: Visual guides: London : Lonely Mind Books, 2018Description: 85 pages : colour illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781999982263.Other title: Visual guide to Asperger's syndrome: Understanding challenging behaviour | Exploring the deeper reasons for 'challenging behaviour' to help you see autistic people in a different way [Added subtitle on cover:].Subject(s): ASPERGER SYNDROME | AUTISM | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | ANXIETY | SOCIAL INTERACTION | EXECUTIVE FUNCTION | SENSORY PROCESSING | EMPATHYDDC classification: 616.8588
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"The girl with the curly hair" - Cover.
What is 'challenging behaviour'? - Anxiety. - Social interaction. - Repetitive questioning. - Executive function. - Sensory processing. - Empathy.
"Many of the behaviours demonstrated by autistic people are commonly described as being 'challenging'. The Girl with the Curly Hair explores what 'challenging' really means and finds out that it commonly means being 'difficult', 'naughty' or other negative descriptions. In this book she considers whether a more accurate description of 'challenging' might be 'aty[ical'. The feels that sometimes behaviours neurotypical people are not used to can be incorrectly perceived as challenging. She hopes this book will help neurotypical people better understand the autistic person's thoughts that lead to their behaviour. Is that person then seen in a different, more positive light?" - BOOK JACKET