This is the story of a man's life from childhood to adulthood, and his ups and downs, and everywhere in-between living with the effects of RP.
It is about the authors life growing up undiagnosed with Asperger's disorder until he was forty years old.
A book with a series of "frequently asked questions" that address behaviors, aspects, and stereotypes commonly associated to people who are on the Autism spectrum.
This book is written for itinerant teachers of students with visual impairments and not specifically O&M, but still offers SO many great tips that I might not have to "learn the hard way" because of reading this ahead of time.
This book was recommended to me by a school psychologist who is also a Navy veteran and I am now recommending it to everyone. This is also my first post related to working with adults and coincidently the only version available at the local library was in large print. The book is called Flags of Our Fathers by James Bradley.