Get Rid of Aspergers School Homework Problems Once and For All

Aspergers School Homework Problems I apologize.  This article won’t get rid of Aspergers school homework problems once and for all. However, if you apply the parenting homework strategies I’ve outlined in this post, there’s a great chance that your child’s homework problems will become less frequent over time. Sure, you can love your child when […]

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Aspergers and Depression: What Everybody Ought To Know

Aspergers and Depression Aspergers and depression co-exist for many people on the autism spectrum. Depression can seem worse than terminal cancer, because most cancer patients feel loved and they have hope and self-esteem. David D. Burns What do Hamid Karzai (president of Aghanistan), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Austrian composer), Princess Diana (past princess of Wales) and […]

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If you’re not sure what to talk about, remember the acronym FORD: 

  • Family – Ask about their siblings, children, parents and/or friends.
  • Occupation – Ask about their job or school.
  • Recreation – Ask about what they enjoy doing outside of work/school.
  • Dreams – Ask about their future aspirations.

 

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Discover the Best Way to Talk To Yourself (On the Autism Spectrum)

She was blind.  She was deaf.  She was enraged.  She was a problem child no-one wanted to deal with. Until, after a long series of teaching moments, Annie Sullivan taught Helen Keller how to communicate.  Because of Annie Sullivan, Helen Keller learned not only to communicate, but went on to become one of the wisest […]

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What Is ODD?

 Years ago, a speaker taught a class on parenting difficult kids.  At the time, I worked on a psychiatric adolescent unit.  Many of the teenagers who came to the unit were angry and defiant.  They wanted nothing to do with their parents.  And the parents were often frustrated, worn out, and burnt out. I heard […]

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