What others are saying about Am I Autistic? A Guide to Autism & Asperger’s Self-Diagnosis for Adults.
“Love the first chapter in Andal’s book which describes all the undiagnosed autistic people who have good employment. You need to read the first chapter to see how people on the spectrum are contributing greatly to society.”
– Temple Grandin, author ‘The Autistic Brain’
“Acquiring a professional diagnosis of autism is a highly complex procedure and this well researched book is one of the first of its kind in informing people of an alternative – the little known area of self-diagnosis for autistic adults. Lydia explains what autism really is, how to self-diagnose as well as the pros and cons of self-diagnosis with exceptional articulation. Highly recommended”
– Michael Barton, author ‘It’s Raining Cats and Dogs: An Autism Spectrum Guide to the Confusing World of Idioms, Metaphors and Everyday Expressions’
“At last someone in the UK who has written a positive book about autism. Usually Potential Plus UK is on its own in asking for greater focus on the things autistic people CAN do and not just on what they can’t. Whilst Lydia’s own journey will, by its nature, be very personal to her, it will make readers think of autism in a different way. I will make sure I pass on details of ‘Am I Autistic’ to our staff, volunteers and in particular our members, many of whom recognise traits like this in themselves when they come to us about their children”
– Denise Yates, Chief Executive, Potential Plus UK charity for high learning potential (gifted and talented) children and their families
The 60 second video clip above provides a summary of the book and how it might be useful for you (Note: Adobe Flash Player required).
Am I Autistic? A Guide to Autism & Asperger’s Self-Diagnosis for Adults (Print & eBook Editions) by Lydia Andal is the ground-breaking new guide for those who think they or their partner/friend/relative or work colleague might be autistic and would like to find out more.
Order Your Copy Now – this step-by-step guide is now available at Amazon, Kobo, iBooks, Barnes & Noble and other digital retailers.
1st July 2016 – The Autism Show (Event City, Manchester)
Lydia delivered a talk at The Autism Show, Event City, Manchester on Friday 1st July 2016 and you can watch the presentation slides here.
February 2016 Author Workshop at the Potential Plus UK BIG Family Weekend in Peterborough, UK
Am I Autistic? A Guide to Autism & Asperger’s Self-Diagnosis for Adults Author Lydia Andal attended the Potential Plus UK Annual Family Event to deliver a group workshop from personal experience. ‘Autism from Childhood to Adulthood’ was a a 90 minute workshop designed to help the audience of parents/carers of high potential/gifted children develop a better understanding of this complicated journey from the view of an autistic adult.
2016 Sales Rankings Update
Since its release in April 2015, the digital edition of “Am I Autistic? A Guide to Autism & Asperger’s Self-Diagnosis for Adults” has been ranked #3 Bestselling book in the ‘Physician & Patient’ category and #2 Bestselling book in the ‘Medical Diagnosis’ category of the Amazon Kindle store as well as ranking #3 Bestselling book in the ‘Mental Health’ category in the Kobo store.
New Author Interview
An interview with Ability NI magazine where Lydia discusses “Am I Autistic? A Guide to Autism & Asperger’s Self-Diagnosis for Adults” is available via the Author Page here.
Print Edition Available Now
The print edition of the book is now available from this site and Amazon UK / Amazon US and other Amazon stores. Order the Print Edition with Free Delivery to the UK & US here.
Please view the links below for additional information:
- About the Book
- About the Author
- Online Retailer List
- Updates on Genetic Testing for Autism
- An Interview with Mark Lever, Chief Executive of the National Autistic Society
- The Autism Issue
- Publisher Information
- Press Enquiries
- Frequently Asked Questions
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