Professionally written by a professional in the field is a big plus as so many resources "book" are not.
The primary focus is on children to teens to perhaps early life "aspies". A lot can be confirmed as far as anecdotes and shared experiences but not actionable in a past (been there) context in some respects
Within this focus, a very good book, but as far as constructive actionable focus on mid or later life adults, not so IMHO.
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The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome 2014-02-10