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SOLVE YOUR MOST DIFFICULT PROBLEMS
Lack of friends and no deep meaningful relationships
Spends too much time alone and spends too much time on the computer
Low self esteem
Bullied at school
Getting in trouble with the law
Wants to date but can't succeed
Can't get or keep a job
Not able to take care of themselves
ENSURE YOUR SCHOOL SUPPORTS YOUR CHILD
Learn how to be your child's best advocate! Your child should have an Individual Education Program (IEP) set up at the beginning of the school year -- you must get this done ASAP.
My guide will help ensure that your child gets the resources they are legally required to get -- but that most schools will not supply unless you know your rights and stand up for your child.
My bonus report on the (IEP) is a MUST HAVE document -- DO NOT go to the IEP meeting without this guide. This bonus guide includes:
The actual text of the government rules
Tips to ensure the school is providing the resources your child needs to succeed
Advice to follow if you do not agree with the school's recommendations
A thorough listing (including email and phone numbers) of agencies to contact if you have ANY problems with your school complying with the IEP
and much more...
STOP THE TERROR OF BULLYING
You may not even be aware of the terrible psychological and life changing negative effects that bullying can have on your child. There are many sad reports of teenagers actually committing suicide due to relentless bullying.
A recent national study shows that 9% of all students (not just those with AS) had suicidal thoughts due to bullying -- and the percentage for AS students is likely much higher. At the very least, bullying will cause anxiety and depression in your child. Studies show that over 90% of teens with Aspergers are bullied!
Shows how a parent can stop their child from being bullied
Defines and explains the four types of bullying your child is likely to experience
Teaches the 6 proven methods that work to stop bullying in schools
Shows how to help your teen with Aspergers cope and recover from bullying
Identifies proven methods to re-build your child&'s self esteem
A young adult reflects on the deep psychological scars that bulling caused...
"Because of the bullying, for several years, I lost my ability to be a part of the world around me, in a sense. I wasn't an exceedingly social person before this happened, a lot which could be attributed to my Aspergers diagnosis, but the peer abuse took away my ability to see myself as a person in relation to others." (bullying victim)
211 Pages ISBN 978-0-9841103-1-5