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Asperger’s Syndrome in Adulthood from Timothy Kowalski
Asperger’s Syndrome in Adulthood Interventions to Teach Pro-Social Coping Skills from Timothy Kowalski
Duration:2 Hours 35 Minutes | Format:Audio and Video
- AS & Adults: A Hidden Disability
- DSM-5 and ICD-10
- Clinical impact, misdiagnoses and comorbidity
- Social demands as we age
- Characteristics of the adult with AS
- Problems with adult assessment tools
- Assessment tools
- Why Do They Act This Way?
- Theory of Mind
- Executive Functions
- Central Coherence
- Emotional Intelligence
- Intervention Strategies for:
- Cognitive retraining/restructuring
- Dealing with denial
- Use of self-talk
- Stress management
Join Timothy P. Kowalski, M.A., CCC-SLP, and learn the difficulties often found in adults having Asperger syndrome (AS), many of which are not employed at a level commensurate with their cognitive ability. We will discuss the problems often seen in employment, dating, hygiene, marriage and relationships. You will learn strategies to assist these individuals in establishing pro-social coping skills.
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