I did write a post, but deleted it because I thought it would be very insulting to you. It described the different types of text books, such as student edition, teacher edition, supplemental, etc. The truth is people probably get frustrated by you asking the same questions because they couldn't imagine anyone getting to where you are without knowing these things because they are some of the most basic things or that if you took the time to look at all of your resources carefully you would notice the difference between them by the titles and the pages within the texts. Most people who are asking the questions you are asking are looking for general guidance. They just need to know where to find the resources such as using website abc for extensions for reading comprehension. It is frustrating for co-workers to have to keep answering questions and even more unsettling that someone with a master's wouldn't know there are different types of textbooks. You say everyone does this to you. Well, if everyone is reacting the same way to you, I suggest it isn't them to blame. Seems you aren't able to explain to them the level of information you need and how to break it down, but you explained it here. Why aren't you saying this to them? If your disability is interfering that much in your job that you can't get your questions answered you either need to figure out how to better address this issue or you need to explain to others what is going on with you even though it could be kept private. That is your decision though because you are not required to tell your co-workers about your disability. I know people with Asperger's syndrome and what is obvious and easy to most is difficult for them and what is complex for others is easy for them. Sadly, unless people know this about them, it can be frustrating and confounding because it becomes frustrating to communicate with them because of the deficits. Once you know, it becomes much easier because you can't assume basic knowledge. Then the problem becomes when they get insulted if you provide basic knowledge they have mastered that now seems obvious to them. Seems to me, if you really want your questions answered, you need an ally who understands your disability.