Have you ever wondered what to do about low motivation? What about low motivation and the autism spectrum? That’s what many of you asked on my reader survey last year. So I decided to find some answers. I checked out various autistic and Aspergian blogs, and also a thread on Wrong Planet. Here are the […]
An Interview With Karen Kabaki-Sisto, Speech and Language Therapist
I hope you’re ready for an exciting episode! Karen Kabaki-Sisto is a speech and language therapist with 20 years of experience. She has pioneered a teaching system and app to show autistic children how to make conversation. I asked Karen whether this app can help autistic adults as well as kids. The answer is “Yes.” Even though […]
"Who Should I Follow On The Internet If I'm Interested In Aspergers?"
From time to time I check out Quora to find out questions people have. Here’s a question someone asked me. Asperger Syndrome: Who are the best people on the Internet to follow (reddit, Twitter, Facebook, Quora, blogs, other social networks) if I’m interested in Asperger’s? The more I thought about it, the more I thought, “Why not make this answer […]
“I felt like a bird uncaged” Liane Holliday Wiley – (when she discovered her Aspergers diagnosis) Liane Holliday Willey: Pretending To Be Normal Liane Holliday Wiley is an Aspergian woman who for years pretended to be normal. Liane’s varied roles include professor (she holds a Doctorate in Education in Psycholinguistics), author, consultant. She also owns and […]
Are you teaching autistic children this year? Even if you’re not, you may be a parent or other professional who wants to empower your child or student, not hinder her or him. Teachers, counselors, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and parents and relatives all need teaching tips for children on the autism spectrum. Dr. Temple Grandin, […]