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‘Once I started this book I was hooked. Where was this book 10 years ago? So many of the problems I have dealt with and worked out through triall and error are here. It would have saved many tears and tantrums — and those not just from me! Once purchased, you will use it over and over again, for reference’ — Communication. A thought provoking and practical book about how one supporter, a grandmother, helped her granddaughter search for ways to help her overcome the difficulties they both faced. This book does not dwell on the problems but instead looks for the solutions they found together. It will be useful to all those whose lives are touched by Asperger's Syndrome but especially meaningful to those ...


For most of us the first relationship we form is with our parents and this is often the most lasting relationship we have throughout life. As we grow up we get to know other family members and the friends of our parents. Because we spend a lot of time with our family the relationships within the family usually become very strong. Because our parents also like to spend time with their friends, they quite often become our friends and their children may become our friends too.

When young children start school they get to know the other children in their class. They may particularly like one or two children and so they may spend more time playing with them. Young children change their friends quite ...

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