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The Autistic Spectrum Disorder Brain: Aspergers Syndrome. Andrew Bland

The Autistic Spectrum Disorder Brain: Aspergers Syndrome.

Andrew Bland

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122 pages
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 About the Book 

I’ve had to write myself what I wanted to know because I couldn’t find it anywhere. What I’ve written here is based on a belief- that knowing a little about the brain is essential to owning and using one properly. If ASD is of the brain then knowingMoreI’ve had to write myself what I wanted to know because I couldn’t find it anywhere. What I’ve written here is based on a belief- that knowing a little about the brain is essential to owning and using one properly. If ASD is of the brain then knowing how the brain works is essential and allows you to have some concept of what is, or isn’t actually happening. The world makes more sense when you know about your brain, without that an ASD diagnosis has no meaning. It’s just a confusing and self-reinforcing label that’s becomes hard to shake off. This is my take on what it actually means.Logically, if you want to learn and move forward, you have to understand. I wanted to know exactly why and in what way the brain behaves differently in people with autism and what that meant for day to day living. Without that, it’s easy to question the value of the diagnosis. In fact, for a person that likes solid facts and certainty the nebulous concept of ASD as it is currently written about is in itself, somewhat cruel. However the information I wanted to read post diagnosis didn’t exist. So I have made it myself from some lay persons research.