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The setup for this main page is misleading because at first glance, it appears to be mostly an advertisement for books that can be purchase. However, after careful manuevering you discover that there is information linked. I would suggest highlighting the informational resources on the main page.
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12 years ago
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13 years ago
This is a very comprehensive site. I have often referred my teachers in training to it. Because Asperger's Syndrome is a relatively new diagnosis, many families are still seeking answers. This site provides them with a message board for communication with others, a bookstore filled with related materials, and every possible resource that a family who has a child diagnosed with AS might find helpful. I encourage my students to refer their parents to this site.