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"This is a most timely book! I'm pleased to see someone finally write about the incredible value of employees with Asperger's Syndrome (they're wonderful employees). Based on her typical, thorough research and documentation, author Rudy Simone shows us how people with Asperger's and their employers can find mutual success in the workplace. This book is THE guide for how people on the spectrum can find jobs and succeed. It's MUST reading for employers, teachers, and those with Asperger's looking for work."
Temple Grandin, Ph.D., world-famous autism expert and author of The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's
This book was an insightful and entertaining quick read.
This book gave me good insight regarding the challenges persons with Asperger's face, and the co-workers challenges in understanding those with Asperger's.
This book is brief, to-the-point and gives very specific tips to people with Aspergers as well as to employers.
A must read for anyone working with those with Asperger's. I feel I should wait to rate it however until I see how my 21 year old very bright unemployed grandson reacts to it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gwen Gilbert
This book, combined with Rudy's Aspergirls are my two go-to books when I need an outside perspective. She gives clear, concise explanations as to what is happening and why. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Victoria MacKenzie-Richert
With Aspergers and autism being increasingly diagnosed in many countries, a sensitive and difficult question many parents, professionals and advocates face is: How are we going to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg
Relative recently diagnosed with this disorder. He is an investor analyst and has overcome so many hurdles. Read morePublished 4 months ago by charliebrown
I only recently learned of Asperger's Syndrome. Within three weeks of that time I was diagnosed. This book is priceless in helping me to finally come to grips with the world on the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. A. Peterson
Very helpful book. Lots of good information and comments directly from aspies who were interviewed. Highly recommend other books by Ms. Simone.Published 5 months ago by Kathleen R. Oates
I borrowed this book from my best friend who is a psychiatric social worker with a couple of advanced degrees under her belt. She also has a son. Read morePublished 6 months ago by G.I Gurdjieff