Never Fear – Online Aspergers Women Resources Are Here
In the nonstop tsunami of global information, librarians provide us with floaties and teach us to swim.
When seeking help on a particular subject, I’ve gone to the library and used the search function on one of the computers nearby.Then, after wading through the book section, I may or may not find what I’m looking for.I’ve always been relieved when one of the librarians comes up to me and asks, “Is there something I can help you with?"
The internet is like a massive library.So much information, but no librarian!
With Aspergers/autism women in mind, I’ve combed the internet to find some excellent online Aspergers women resources to save you some time and provide you with a strong reference point to start learning about help on the internet.
Online Aspergers Women Resources
Aspergers/Autism Diagnosis for Women: Do I Have Autism/Aspergers?
Tania Marshall, a therapist in Australia, specializes win assessment and diagnosis of Aspergers women.
Here’s a comprehensive article she wrote, called Moving Toward a Female Profile of Asperger Syndrome. This profile covers cognitive/intellectual abilities, education/university life, career/work, social and friendships/relationships, communication, physiology/neurology, physical appearance, lifestyle, relationship choices/sexuality/gender, special interests, emotions, personality characteristics/traits and abilities, past and/or current mental health history, coping mechanisms, sixth sense, unique strengths and/or abilities, challenges, and much more!
Cynthia Kim keeps coming up, because she writes succinctly yet in depth about her experience as a autistic woman. Not only does she write well about her own experience, but she also writes to educate and inspire her own audience. In doing so, she advocates and educates the world at large.
I appreciate Renee’s frank writings about activism and advocacy for autistics. She is a community liaison for the College of William and Mary Neurodiversity Working Group, “working with students on the autism spectrum to better accommodate their differences and meet their individual needs through college programs, counseling and student-led groups.”
The mission of the Autism Women’s Network is to provide effective supports to Autistic women and girls of all ages through a sense of community, advocacy and resources.
The Autism Women’s Network is dedicated to building a supportive community for Autistic women of all ages, our families, friends and allies. AWN provides a safe space to share our experiences in an understanding, diverse and inclusive environment.
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