The "Sensory Gang" is great and makes the information animated, interesting, and easy to relate to. -- Jeanine Carlson, Parent of two children with Asperger Syndrome
This book is a must in any resource room! -- Cindy Van Horn, Paraprofessional
This book serves as a guide to assist parents and professionals identify sensory needs of children with Asperger Syndrome. -- Elisa Gagnon, M.S., author This Is Asperger Syndrome
This is an immensely valuable book filled with practical good advice for analyzing sensory processing difficulties. -- Diane Adreon, M.A., Associate Director, University of Miami, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
Asperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues
is of great value not only to special education teachers but every teacher. -- Paul A. Byrne, M.D. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Ohio
The Sensory Gang helps the reader to easily track the different components of sensory input and gain valuable insights... -- Stephen M. Shore, M.A. Doctoral student in special education with a concentration in autism at Boston University
This is the first book on the sensory issues in Asperger Syndrome that thoroughly describes my child. -- Angela Collins Parent and special education parent advocate, Atlanta, Georgia
About the Author
Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the University of Kansas who writes and speaks internationally on Asperger Syndrome and autism.
Katherine Tapscott Cook, M.S., is a doctoral student and former consultant for the Autism/Asperger Syndrome Resource Center.
Nancy E. Miller, M.Ed., OTR, is an occupational therapist working primarily with preschool and early elementary-aged children.
Louann Rinner, M.Ed., OTR, is an occupational therapist who practices in several settings as part of her work with families and educational teams, including the Autism/Asperger Syndrome Resource Center.
Lisa A. Robbins, M.S. Ed., is an assistant professor at Missouri Western State College; she also serves as a consultant for Autism Support Networks. The illustrator, Penny Chiles, is a paraprofessional for children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities.