Dr Christopher Morrell DclinPsy, MSc, BSc, AFBPsS, Chartered Clinical Psychologist
I personally love the fact that the toolkit covers so many really up to date and relevant areas ... The Asperger Teen's Toolkit will most certainly help so many young people navigate the complexities of adolescence and will also benefit parents, carers and teaching staff.
Sue Jinks, Paediatric occupational therapist specialising in neurodevelopmental difficulties and autism
At last, accessible and helpful advice specifically for teens (not only those with Asperger's, but other neurodevelopmental difficulties as well). Assisting communication, it is a tool that could strengthen relationships within families as it gives a clear framework for whole family involvement, [with] well organised, practical, easy-to-implement strategies. A great resource not only for young people, but also parents/carers and professionals alike.
Kristian Clarke, qualified youth worker and mother of two beautiful daughters with ASD, ADHD and OCD
A truly inspiring and reassuring book ... Francis has provided an honest but thoughtful approach to tackling the ever adapting path through teenage years into young adulthood. It's the perfect book for not only ASD teens but also for parents wanting to lovingly guide them on this journey.
Kate E. Reynolds, autism mother and trainer, and author of Sexuality and Severe Autism, the Sexuality and Safety with Tom and Ellie series, and What to Do about Smearing.
Written in teen-savvy language and with a focus on empowering the individual, with explanatory illustrations and stand-alone sections on sexuality, power in relationships, gender, gaming and social media, this is an invaluable up-to-the-minute resource for any teen with Asperger's syndrome.