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Do You Want to Understand Asperger’s Syndrome?

Are you wanting to discover the true thoughts and feelings of a person with Asperger’s Syndrome and understand their thinking process?

Are you wanting to learn the best ways to work with or relate to a person with Asperger’s Syndrome?

Are you wanting to find out how a person with Asperger’s can master their social skills and become socially successful, and learn the best ways to teach this?

Would your organisation benefit from a visiting speaker to talk about Asperger’s Syndrome, from the perspective of one who has been there?

Are you involved with a person with Asperger’s, in either a personal, educational, or work-related capacity, and require some tailored advice and support relevant to your specific situation?

If the answer to any of these questions is ‘Yes‘, then you have come to the right place.

My name is Christopher Woodward. I have Asperger’s Syndrome and I am based in Sussex, in the South East of England. I have spent a total of fourteen years in mainstream education, and over twelve years in employment. I am available to present a talk to your organisation about Asperger’s Syndrome, or meet you for a one-to-one consultation.

I take great pleasure in visiting different groups to address an audience, and speaking with individual members one-to-one, and like to do this as much as I can within the UK. However, as it is not always practically possible for me to travel long distances, I am now offering all my services via Skype, which means I am available to address audience or meet for a one-to-one consultation anywhere across the globe.

In my talks and consultations I will share my experiences of growing up and living as an adult with Asperger’s, and supply you with the information you need to find the best ways of working, supporting and relating to both children and adults with Asperger’s Syndrome.

I also have a DVD, titled Understanding Christopher that is available for sale. This is a half hour DVD made up of separate interviews of myself and my Mother about my time in mainstream education.