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The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide

A Simple Guide To Helping Your Youngster With Asperger’s Syndrome In Almost Any Situation, Including…

• How to help your youngster cope in social gatherings (either at school or work)
• How to help your youngster create and enjoy long-lasting friendships
• How to encourage your youngster to form loving relationships with your family, friends and romantic partners
• Four Bonus Gifts (Worth: $76.00)
• And much, much more…

This Is Your Invitation To “Test-Drive” A Life-Changing Aspergers Guide, Which Has Already Helped 1,674 People Worldwide….

And The Best Part? You Can Try It For Yourself For 56 Days – Risk-Free… Please Read Below To Find Out More…


Dear Friend,

If you’re the parent or relative of a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome, you know it can make life an agonizing struggle.

The obsessive routines. The preoccupation with one subject of interest (to the exclusion of most everything else). The problems they face understanding different social situations. The oversensitivity to sounds, tastes, smells and sights. Their feelings of being overwhelmed by even the smallest of changes…

Then there are the pressures YOU face: the inability to communicate with your youngster, the awkwardness you feel in social situations, the pressure it puts on your relationships with your partner and other kids, and the desperate desire to try anything – in amongst a sea of physical and emotional exhaustion - to ensure your youngster is able to enjoy the best that life can offer – even if it’s on their terms.

It can be VERY frustrating having a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome. The hardest part is you feel like you’ll never actually get to know your youngster and how they see the world in the same way other moms and dads do. But how can you do that?

As a quick test, please ask yourself the following questions (and answer them honestly):

1. Do you ever feel tired, frustrated or overwhelmed as the parent of a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome?
2. Do you feel as if you’re on a constant 24-hours-a-day knife’s edge, waiting for the next ‘crisis’ to explode?
3. Have you ever been so angry at your youngster that, even for a split second you actually HATED them?
4. Has your youngster ever done anything so strange or dangerous that you’ve been FRIGHTENED of what they may be capable of?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, and you’re looking for answers to your Asperger’s Syndrome questions, then this could be the most important letter you ever read…

Here’s Why I’m Writing To You…

My name is Dave Angel. I‘m a social worker working with families just like yours, and earned a Masters Degree in Applied Social Studies. In spite of all this, Asperger’s Syndrome was not something that I knew much about Until One Day Several Years Ago When I Visited A Family With An Unusual Youngster…

You never forget the first time you meet a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome.

You see, I had a call from work to make a daytime visit to a family I’d never met before. The reason for going was to assess a young person who was struggling with school. He was feeling very low, was in a near-permanent depressed mood, and was also highly aggressive towards his older brother.

But that was only half the story, as I also remember the state of mind of the moms and dads of this boy.

The mother of this youngster was so upset and frustrated that she didn’t know where to turn, and was so overwhelmed by it all that she was in tears and at the end of her tether.

The mother and father of this boy had split up, a common occurrence for moms and dads of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome, with a staggering 75% of such moms and dads eventually splitting up, due in large part to the stresses and strains of coping with a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome.

The inability to communicate on the one hand, and the malicious gossiping of other moms and dads in the schoolyard (who see your youngster as “strange” or “different”, oftentimes entirely without justification), all contribute to tear at the fabric of even the strongest relationships.

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

So after my assessment, I felt extremely frustrated as I wasn’t able to offer any practical help.

I wanted to do what I could to assist this family, but I couldn’t, and that gnawed at me.

Meeting this family (and seeing their suffering and pain) sparked my desire to find out more, and I made it my mission to find out as much as I could about Asperger’s Syndrome.

And That’s When I Made A Shocking Discovery…

The strange thing was, there was no shortage of information on Asperger’s Syndrome. But it fell squarely into one of two categories:

1) Either it was written by Academics in a very “dry”, difficult to understand manner
2) Or the information was presented by well-meaning charitable organizations, with poorly put together websites (where it is hard to find the right information relevant to you and your youngster’s needs).

In short, there was no one resource for ordinary moms and dads, friends and relatives of people with Asperger’s Syndrome. A resource written in simple to understand, non-academic language where they could share their experiences and help each other to help themselves – and their youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome – to enjoy less stressful and more happy and productive lives…

Which Is Why I’ve Written A Guide To Fill This ‘Knowledge Gap’

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

What Is Asperger’s Syndrome And How Does It Affect Your Kids (And You)?

In layman’s terms, Asperger’s Syndrome is a developmental disability which affects the way your youngster develops and understands the world around them, and directly linked to their senses and sensory processing. This means they often use these behaviors to block out their emotions or response to pain.

Although they may vary slightly from person to person, kids with Asperger’s Syndrome tend to have similar symptoms, the main ones being:

• Difficulties with social functioning, particularly in the rough and tumble of a school environment
• Sensory issues, where they are oversensitive to bright light, loud sounds and unpleasant smells
• Obsessive interests, with a focus on one subject to the exclusion of all others
• Social isolation and struggles to make friends due to a lack of empathy, and an inability to pick up on or understand social graces and cues (such as stopping talking and allowing others to speak)
• A rigid Insistence on routine (where any change can cause an emotional and physiological meltdown)
• A need to know when everything is happening in order not to feel completely overwhelmed

How I Can Help You Find The Answers To Your Questions About Asperger’s Syndrome…

Since 2006, I’ve worked with hundreds of families all around the world who have Asperger’s Syndrome.

Over these years I’ve been disturbed and saddened by the amount of pain and heartache that having a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome can bring to some families, even though I’ve noticed that for other families it’s a joyous gift that they nurture and treasure.

The funny thing is that even though people who are moms and dads of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome may be from different parts of the world, they are often experiencing the same kinds of problems......

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

• Coping with their youngster's difficult and aggressive behaviors.....
• Understanding what is really going on inside their youngster's head....
• How to help their youngster to cope better in the community and at school.....
• How to keep the peace at home with the rest of the family.....
• Understanding the real meaning and causes of Asperger’s Syndrome.

So I figured that what moms and dads were looking for was a complete and comprehensive guide packed with practical tips and explanations all about their Asperger’s Syndrome youngster….

But not just some stuffy, old academic text book filled with long fancy sounding words that no-one actually understands or uses in the real world. A practical support guide, based on proven strategies used worldwide by the moms and dads and families of people with Asperger’s Syndrome.

And this is your invitation to try it, risk-free, for the next 56 days…

ANNOUNCING: The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide Your Practical Toolkit For Raising A Happy And Successful Youngster With Asperger’s Syndrome

1. The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide is a simple guide which gives you the parent the simple yet highly effective tips, strategies and techniques to help you cope with and manage your youngster’s behavioral and emotional needs.

2. Based on tried and trusted methods that have worked with Asperger’s Syndrome kids all over the world, the guide will give you greater control and stability in both your youngster’s and your family’s lives, and empower you to manage your youngster with Aspergers’ symptoms in a simple and less painful way.

3. My objective in offering this resource is simple: I want to take all of the experience, expert information and great ideas from both me and my colleagues and give them to you. That way you have a hugely valuable resource packed solid with advice, fresh ideas and solutions to the problems you face on a day-to-day basis.

4. You can have it with you all of the time and can use it to overcome the day-to-day problems in parenting a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome. The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide will be like having your own expert Asperger’s Syndrome team in a small corner of your living room gently supporting and advising you to make the right decisions for you and your youngster every second of the day.


“This past week I printed pages 116 through 119 of your book to aid an IEP in the works for our Alex, age 10. Your book is an excellent informational resource, so easy to read and understand. I know I will reference it more in the future and also mention it at the next Collaborative Autism Intervention Project (CAIP) workshop I attend. Thank you so much." Melinda Boren - Parent of an Asperger's Youngster, Missouri, USA


I’ve put together a team of experts who have helped to develop the solutions to the many problems that you will face as a parent with an Asperger’s Syndrome youngster.

This expert team is made up of many different experts such as Social Workers, Moms and dads, Clinical Psychologists, Educational Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Autism Specialists and Special Needs Teachers, and they come from all over the world including Europe, North America and Australia.

• In particular I have a U.K. Chartered Educational Psychologist (who received her Masters in Psychology at the University of East London) and who has more than 20 years experience as both a Special Needs Teacher and Educational Psychologist. She is working with me on behavioral and psychological issues for Asperger’s Syndrome kids and their family.

• I also have a medical doctor, Christine Traxler, from the USA (who received her Medical Doctorate from the University of Minnesota) who has more than 15 years experience in medicine and who works with me on the medical side of Asperger’s Syndrome.

Between them my team have many years experience of working with thousands of families with Asperger’s Syndrome kids.

With this wide range of experience and understanding, you can be sure that you will get solutions to your problems that will be both thorough and proven to work in real life.

But Before I Continue, Let Me Make One Thing Clear…

The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide is NOT offering a “cure” for Asperger’s Syndrome. Nor would I claim that every single thing you need to help your youngster is in this ebook.

But if you’re looking for rock solid, proven and practical answers to your most important questions about your Asperger’s Syndrome youngster, then I am confident you will benefit from this guide.

Here’s What You’ll Discover In Your Copy Of The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide…

• The impact of having a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome (and the importance of having the right information to manage the situation, and avoid a great deal of suffering and pain for you, your family and friends) pages 7-8

• Why having a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome can be and is a joyful gift to your family (and the ONE thing you need to make this a reality in your life) pages 8-9

• How my guide can help you deal with the situations arising from your youngster’s Asperger’s Syndrome (and why I decided to do this NOW) pages 10-12

• Are the problems moms and dads of Asperger’s Syndrome kids face different from country to country? (The answers on pages 13-14 may surprise you…)

• The SIX main ‘need to know’ Asperger’s Syndrome topics you’ll find out about in my guide (and why they’re so important for the long-term welfare of you youngster – pages 15-16)

• The most difficult area for moms and dads of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome to deal with, and where most help is needed (INCLUDES: details of what it is, why it’s such a big issue, and how to develop response mechanisms to cope with it – pages 17-19)

• How to deal with your youngster’s obsessive-compulsive behaviors (especially if they occur in public places or school) pages 20-23

• What you must do if your youngster displays inappropriate sexual behavior in public (INCLUDES: the right – and wrong – responses for when your youngster starts stripping and/or stares at others) pages 27-30

• Why Asperger’s Syndrome kids can overreact during car or plane journeys (and what you should do to manage these issues) pages 31-33

• TEMPER TANTRUMS: all kids have them from time to time, but what if it happens almost ALL the time? (Turn to pages 33-36 to discover my 3-Step Program to help your youngster manage their anger more effectively…)

• How to help your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome follow routine (without it becoming a problem or an obsession…) pages 36-39

• The concrete ways you can help your youngster deal with emotions (and the best option to show them to make it a simpler learning process for them – and you…) pages 40-42

• The FOUR major reasons why your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome behaves in the way they do (and how to construct a monitoring system to give your youngster the loving support they need to manage whatever life throws their way) pages 43-46

• The 4-step method you can use to deal with your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome’ defiant actions (PLUS: should MEDICATION only ever be used as a last resort? Or should it be given more frequently? Our conclusions on pages 47-50)

• The siblings of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome – how to help them cope with their brother or sister’s condition (they may not be directly affected by Asperger’s Syndrome themselves, but their brother or sister’s disability WILL have profound consequences on their lives and sense of well-being. Find out how to lessen this impact on pages 51-54)

• Should you let your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome HIT you (and “let it all out”?) Or should you manage their anger so they stop doing it? Two of my most effective coping strategies revealed on page 60…

• How to explain Asperger’s Syndrome to siblings (whether they’re very young or teenagers) in terms they’ll understand – [PLUS: the simple way to explain the 3 main problem areas kids with Asperger’s Syndrome face on a day-to-day basis…] pages 61-73


"Hi, Dave Angel, I don’t know if this email will ever reach you, but I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your Asperger's mini-course. It has been tremendously helpful. I cannot begin to thank you enough.......Thank you for the article on changes in adolescence, too.... Thank you very much for your help via your excellent articles and the mini-course. I'll always be grateful to you. Best always, Betsy." Betsy Johnson - Parent of a Youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA


• The best books for siblings of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome… pages 75-78

• Should you PUNISH your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome bad behavior? Or will this do more harm than good when it comes to teaching the difference between right and wrong? Our advice to this potential ‘emotional minefield’ on pages 83-87

• How to help a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome deal with the world, when YOU have Asperger’s Syndrome (and are still trying to find your way around) pages 93-97

• The problems you and your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome may face when dealing with the general public… pages 103-111

• EDUCATION: It’s one of the most asked-for areas of support, but how can you ensure your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome copes at School, in an ever-changing social and learning environment? (Turn to pages 113-120 to find out how to create strongly united teams of professionals working together for your youngster’s best interests)


"You have no clue how much I appreciate all the information. We really had a bad year in school, not because of grades (he's in gifted classes) but your general Asperger socially pervasive disorder. I really appreciate you taking the time to keep me posted. Thanks again. Dee." Dee McCullar - Parent of a Youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome, Mount Olive, Alabama, USA


• Five simple ways to create an optimum learning environment for your youngster (both in AND out of the classroom… ) pages 116-117

• How to persuade teachers and educators to develop an Individual Education Plan for your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome (even if they’re opposed to the idea) pages 120-121

• How to help your adolescent youngster develop their physical and social skills especially in sports. (Although Asperger’s Syndrome kids can lack coordination, their talents and abilities can be unlocked, by using our 8-step program – check it out on pages 126-128…)

• The three vital questions you must ask when your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome changes school, and why they’re so important for their future development (pages 131-132)

• The pros – and cons – of HOME SCHOOLING: is it the best choice for your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome? (See my conclusions – and resources guide – to help you make the best, most informed decision – on pages 133-136)

• The difference between ASPERGER’S SYNDROME and AUTISM (to many people, Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism are one and the same thing. But the differences – although subtle – ARE there. See what they are, and the impact they have on your youngster and family, on pages 141-145, and pages 148)

• Can Asperger’s Syndrome cause childhood DEPRESSION? (My thoughts on this sensitive issue on pages 146-147…)

• Is Asperger’s Syndrome a mental health issue, or a neurological issue? Pages 151-156

• The alternative treatments which may help people with Asperger’s Syndrome

(IMPORTANT: these are in NO way a “cure” for Asperger’s Syndrome – or anything like it – no such thing exists. However, this section Includes details on):

o The alternative treatments available for your youngster (are they suitable?)
o The quick guide to ‘Summer Camp Survival’ for your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome [pages 158-160]
o Is there a link between Asperger’s Syndrome and Lyme Disease? (My conclusions on pages 162-164)
o How to use DIET as a technique for helping people with Asperger’s Syndrome [INCLUDES: the five ‘trigger’ conditions to avoid to ensure your youngster gets a healthy and balanced diet - pages 165-170]
o Can HOMEOPATHIC and/or NATURAL Remedies manage the symptoms of, and even CURE, Asperger’s Syndrome? Pages 171-172
o FIVE valuable websites to help your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome integrate into the community, find a job, and find their place in the world… page 174

• How to contact me (and ask me any questions you want answers to – my PRIVATE email address – only available to readers of this guide – on page 182)

• And much, much more…

But Don’t Just Take My Word For It…

Here’s What Some More Of The Happy Moms and dads Who Are Using My Asperger’s Syndrome Resources Have To Say....


"Dear Dave Angel, I just want to sincerely thank you for all your efforts and dedication with this website and articles which have all been so incredibly helpful to me...It's like a virtual support group. My little boy was just diagnosed with ASD at 3.25 years old, and I was devastated. But your informative articles have been incredibly insightful and I don't feel alone because of you! Keep up the great work!!! We need you!" Joan Brand, Long Island, New York, U.S.A.


"Your articles help me a great deal in trying to understand my son and find ways of helping him. Keep up the good work, in my mind you truly are an angel." Suzanne Byrne, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada


"Hello Dave, I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you from the sunny Gold Coast in Queensland for all the information you send me. I am so grateful and am constantly referring people on to your site. The new system will be a great help. I am mum to 3 kids ages 17, 14 and 7.5. It is my 17 year old daughter Elizabeth who has Asperger’s Syndrome. I really appreciate all the tips and encouragement that I receive and I just wanted to say thank you. You do a wonderful job and it is such a blessing for me." Heather Clark, Queensland, Australia


"Dear Dave, Thank you for your work in creating your wonderful newsletters. They are so informative and helpful. I look forward to receiving them and they have been a great help in matters relating to my 13 year old who has Asperger’s Syndrome." Janey Grainger, Bromley, Kent, U.K.


"Dave, Just wanted to THANK YOU for all your help and wisdom with ASD and for sharing that with us! I've learned so very much about my grandson's world, since meeting you and being on your mailing list. What a true blessing!" Lynn Wiley. Hinseville, Georgia, USA


“Wow! I am only halfway through your book, but I love it! I am learning a lot from the question/answer dialogue, and most certainly appreciate the time and effort you put into this work. Thank you so much for this information.” Judith (Surname anonyomised on request) - Parent of an Asperger's Youngster. Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.


"Very, Very Good: The personal parental problems are very helpful. I found reading about kids in my son's age group most interesting of course. Like you say what is a normal parent and what is a normal person anyway?" Donald Hughes - Parent of a Young Adult with Asperger's West Penwith, Cornwall UK


Hi, I thought the book was great. Thanks for looking at the problems with a different view point." Sharon Hills – Parent of an Asperger's Youngster, South Wales, UK


"Thank you for your book. I have an 11 year old boy (with ASP) and it is good to know more about it. It is very interesting and well written." Pia Contaldi - Parent of An Asperger's Youngster, Cape Town, South Africa


"Hi. I have found your book really useful. I'm not sure whether my son has Asperger's and I was worried which is why I ended up on your site. I am very grateful for the book so thank you." Jax Fleming - Parent of an Undiagnosed Asperger's Youngster, Essex, UK


"I am a sufferer of AS and its always great to see when someone is helping people understand Asperger’s Syndrome." Steve Fritz - Adult with Asperger's Sheffield, UK


"It has been very enlightening - thank you so much. My son has not been diagnosed yet but his case is in front of the panel and we are waiting." Daniella Slaney - Parent of an Undiagnosed Asperger's Youngster, Solihull, UK


“I found the book really interesting and informative. I am giving copies to friends who are already dying to read it, more so because you explain everything in plain English, which is a refreshing change." Cheryl Waldron - Parent of an Asperger's Youngster, Havant, Hampshire, U.K.


Just imagine for a moment how The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide could help you and your family: being able to cope with most situations that arise with your Asperger’s Syndrome youngster any time, any place, any where.

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Chances are that if you’re looking for information about Asperger’s Syndrome then you will have come across Tony Attwood. He works with adults and kids with Asperger’s Syndrome as a psychologist, and is an extremely well read author and sought after speaker on the subject.

I grilled Tony in a 30 minute interview that I have had transcribed for you to read and enjoy.

In this interview Tony reveals tips on working with certain behaviors, techniques for families and siblings of Asperger’s Syndrome kids, his own personal favorite Asperger’s Syndrome experts and what he sees as some of the major issues ahead for people with Asperger’s Syndrome.

And it’s yours as my gift when you order The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide

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Theses links to discussion forums, chat rooms, sites with great freebies (like free books and communication aids), website directories (the internet equivalent of the yellow pages for all things Asperger’s Syndrome), and websites of individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome, are the perfect complement to your Asperger’s Syndrome knowledge and action base, and are yours with my compliments…

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This special report is a practical guide which helps moms and dads in the tricky area of explaining to their youngster about their Asperger’s Syndrome diagnosis.

Marci Wheeler has compiled a report on the “who, what, when, where and how” of telling your youngster about Asperger’s Syndrome, how it impacts on their lives (and the lives of those around them), and how to ensure they lead happy, productive lives working with Asperger’s Syndrome.

Written in a down-to-earth, easy-to-read style, “Getting Started” will help you discover and understand the main issues you need to know, to help you and your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome lead happier and less stressful lives .

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BONUS GIFT #4: The full transcript of my Interview with Pam Wright. (A $27.00 Value)

A single mother of three kids, the youngest of whom has Asperger’s Syndrome, Pam is also a qualified social worker who works with kids with Asperger’s Syndrome and their families, and as such her knowledge of Asperger’s Syndrome is second to none. In the transcript of our interview (which is the final section of The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide, you’ll discover…

o The SIX biggest challenges facing moms and dads of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome (and how to develop practical coping mechanisms to overcome them, based on her own experiences of physical, mental and emotional exhaustion, shared with graphic honesty) pages 186-191 and pages 193-195
o What you should do when you find out your youngster has Asperger’s Syndrome (and what Pam would do differently – in managing her son’s Asperger’s Syndrome - if she could start over again…) pages 192-193
o The information and resources Pam uses to keep up to date with all the changes in the Asperger’s Syndrome field (and how she applies them to improve her son’s life) pages 196-198
o How to prevent behavior meltdowns (before AND whilst they occur)
pages 199-204
o Pam’s first-hand advice to SIBLINGS of kids with Asperger’s Syndrome (It’s not just the moms and dads who deal with the effects of raising a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome. Brothers and sisters can feel neglected – and resentful – at the extra attention lavished on their ‘different’ sibling, even though they too have emotional and developmental needs which need nourishing. Find out Pam’s no-nonsense views on how to avoid this resentful turning into hatred and outright rejection on pages 205-208
o The truth on how the Educational System treats kids with Asperger’s Syndrome
(and it doesn’t make for pretty reading…) pages 209-211
o The ONE thing Pam suggests you do to enhance your life as a parent of a youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome (The best part? It won’t cost you a single penny) pages 212-213
o And much, much more…

But There’s Just One Catch…

This offer is going to be time-limited as we are expecting an avalanche of orders.

So if you want to take advantage of these unique bonuses, you need to act fast and reserve your copy of The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide. I’m not sure how much longer I’ll be able to offer them to you, and we may have to stop it at any time…

==> Click here to reserve your copy of The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide

If you've ever tried looking for similar materials on Asperger’s Syndrome, you know it costs a great deal in time and money. To do all the research contained in this guide yourself would cost you a small fortune, and enormous amounts of time and effort, with no guarantee of finding the right answers.

In fact, let’s do a quick comparison. If you went to see each of these specialists individually you could expect to pay:

-Psychologist $200.00 per 1 hour session
-Speech-Language Pathologist $100.00 per 1 hour session
-Autism Specialist $150.00 per 1 hour session
-Private Special Needs Teacher $ 70.00 per 1 hour session
-Social Worker $100.00 per 1 hour session
==> Total $620.00

Yes, your youngster’s health and happiness is priceless, but that’s still a lot of money. Money you may be struggling to find…

But by using what you’ll discover in The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide you’ll have all the facts at your fingertips. Facts presented to you in an easy to follow format. Facts proven to work in the real world, helping kids with Asperger’s Syndrome all over the world.

Then there’s the extended network of fellow families across the globe who also have kids with Asperger’s Syndrome. Their support and advice alone could be of enormous value to you and your family…

Your investment to receive the The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide is a one-time $47.

Which works out at only 13 cents a day, spread over a year. Not much when you look at it that way, is it? Especially when you consider the potential value of the information you’re investing in.

In return, you’ll enjoy full access to a proven and practical guide which gives you the facts you need to know, to make the best and safest decisions for you and your family and friends.

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Examine this ebook for the next 56 days. If for any reason, or for no reason at all, you don’t believe the The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide will help you, your family and friends, and your youngster with Asperger’s Syndrome, simply write to me to let me know, and I’ll send you a full refund of your money. No questions asked.


"The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide is an excellent resource that I would recommend to any parent who has a youngster with Aspergers Syndrome. It is full of really practical and easy-to-use information to help moms and dads with their Aspergers youngster and also the rest of the family. As a journalist I know a thing or two about writing - and this is definitely put together and written very professionally." Ian Cook, Journalist and Former BBC Producer, Birmingham, U.K.


The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide is not available in bookshops, Amazon or eBay. You can only get it here.

Yours sincerely,

Dave Angel
Editor The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide

P.S. Remember. You’re fully covered by our Risk-Free Trial Offer. Try The Parenting Aspergers Resource Guide for the next 56 days. If, at any time during these 56 days you decide you don’t want to keep it, simply return it to us in any condition, and you owe us nothing. The Bonus Gifts (worth a total of $196) are yours to keep regardless of whether or not you decide to pay for the guide, as a “thank you” for trying us out.

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My child has been rejected by his peers, ridiculed and bullied !!!

Social rejection has devastating effects in many areas of functioning. Because the Aspergers child tends to internalize how others treat him, rejection damages self-esteem and often causes anxiety and depression. As the child feels worse about himself and becomes more anxious and depressed – he performs worse, socially and intellectually.

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How to Prevent Meltdowns in Aspergers Children

Meltdowns are not a pretty sight. They are somewhat like overblown temper tantrums, but unlike tantrums, meltdowns can last anywhere from ten minutes to over an hour. When it starts, the Asperger's child is totally out-of-control. When it ends, both you and the Asperger’s child are totally exhausted. But... don’t breathe a sigh of relief yet. At the least provocation, for the remainder of that day -- and sometimes into the next - the meltdown can return in full force.

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Parenting Defiant Aspergers Teens

Although Aspergers is at the milder end of the autism spectrum, the challenges parents face when disciplining a teenager with Aspergers are more difficult than they would be with an average teen. Complicated by defiant behavior, the Aspergers teen is at risk for even greater difficulties on multiple levels – unless the parents’ disciplinary techniques are tailored to their child's special needs.

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Aspergers Children “Block-Out” Their Emotions

Parenting children with Aspergers and HFA can be a daunting task. In layman’s terms, Aspergers is a developmental disability that affects the way children develop and understand the world around them, and is directly linked to their senses and sensory processing. This means they often use certain behaviors to block out their emotions or response to pain.

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Older Teens and Young Adult Children With Aspergers Still Living At Home

Your older teenager or young “adult child” isn’t sure what to do, and he is asking you for money every few days. How do you cut the purse strings and teach him to be independent? Parents of teens with Aspergers face many problems that other parents do not. Time is running out for teaching their adolescent how to become an independent adult. As one mother put it, "There's so little time, yet so much left to do."

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Living with an Aspergers Spouse/Partner

Research reveals that the divorce rate for people with Aspergers is around 80%. Why so high!? The answer may be found in how the symptoms of Aspergers affect intimate relationships. People with Aspergers often find it difficult to understand others and express themselves. They may seem to lose interest in people over time, appear aloof, and are often mistaken as self-centered, vain individuals.

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Online Parent Coaching for Parents of Asperger's Children

If you’re the parent of a child with Aspergers or High-Functioning Autism, you know it can be a struggle from time to time. Your child may be experiencing: obsessive routines; problems coping in social situations; intense tantrums and meltdowns; over-sensitivity to sounds, tastes, smells and sights; preoccupation with one subject of interest; and being overwhelmed by even the smallest of changes.

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Unraveling The Mystery Behind Asperger's and High-Functioning Autism

Parents, teachers, and the general public have a lot of misconceptions of Asperger's and High-Functioning Autism. Many myths abound, and the lack of knowledge is both disturbing and harmful to kids and teens who struggle with the disorder.

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Parenting Children and Teens with High-Functioning Autism

Two traits often found in kids with High-Functioning Autism are “mind-blindness” (i.e., the inability to predict the beliefs and intentions of others) and “alexithymia” (i.e., the inability to identify and interpret emotional signals in others). These two traits reduce the youngster’s ability to empathize with peers. As a result, he or she may be perceived by adults and other children as selfish, insensitive and uncaring.

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