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Ageing with autism

Ageing with autism ebook

Author: The National Autistic Society

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NAS944
Ageing with autism ebook
Author
The National Autistic Society
Description

Ageing with autism: a guide for clinicians and health professionals

This ebook (in epub format) is an at-a-glance guide to some of the main issues faced by older people with autism, and how you can best support those in your care. It looks at the range of topics including the effects of ageing; the challenges of assessing ageing-related conditions in adults with autism; communicating with people on the spectrum; and managing appointments, check-ups and emergency admissions to hospital. The book is aimed at professionals such as GPs, nurses and hospital staff who do not support adults with autism every day, but may come into regular contact with them.

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The accompanying handbook can be ordered here

ISBN / supplier product code
9781905722877
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