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Autism: understanding and managing anger

Author: Andrew Powell

£13.99

       
Format: Paperback
Availability: In Stock
Product number
NAS948
Autism: understanding and managing anger
Author
Andrew Powell
Published by
The National Autistic Society
Description

As anyone living in a family affected by autism will testify, children with autism can have a lot to contend with. While not naturally angrier than anyone else, the difficulties and uncertainties that they face in everyday life can at times be difficult to cope with. Many families affected by autism have to deal with angry outbursts or 'meltdowns'.

This book - which is aimed at parents and carers of children with Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism - talks about why children with autism become angry and some practical ways in which you can help, including preventing and managing anger; coping with meltdowns; and helping your child to manage their feelings.

Also available as a Kindle-compatible e-book from Amazon.

Please note that the e-book sold on this site retails in US dollars. The price shown in sterling may vary slightly according to the exchange rate.

Number of pages
156
First publication
2011
ISBN / supplier product code
9781905722631
Dispatch partner
Primary distribution partner
Typical delivery
7 working days
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