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Taking the Mystery Out of Medications in Autism/Asperger's Syndromes (2001)

by Luke Tsai

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I affectionately dedicate this book to:
 
My wife Merling,
 
My sons Stephen and Shane, and
 
The hundreds of families of children and adults with autism
spectrum disorder who have taught me about
Medication Therapy.
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This wonderful book is long overdue, and I feel privileged being asked to write the foreword.
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Although medication should always be a last resort, many people on the autism spectrum claim that medication has improved their lives significantly. But how can a parent decide which meds to choose or which to stay away from? Written by a doctor and father to a child with autism, this book provides the answers that parents and non-medical professionals need. Dr. Luke Tsai explains what medication therapy is, and gives you the knowledge to make informed choices. Learn what different medications do in the body, their side effects, and how to properly assess the results. There is an extremely helpful appendix that provides sample medical forms, diagnostic tools, and a detailed glossary that you will refer to time and time again.… (more)

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