How To Work From Home

A young man I know recently started a new job with a Fortune 500 Company. Prior to this job, he had a number of positions that went well, but didn’t last.  This young man doesn’t have Aspergers, but he does struggle at times with interpersonal communication. One of his relatives knew someone at this Fortune […]

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Who Else Wants These Autism Employment Tips?

One summer in college, I worked for a couple of carpenters. They called their company Black Dog Construction, named in honor of their black labs.  They informed me that I ranked beneath the dogs I worked hard, carrying 2x4s, plywood, tearing roofs off of houses, framing.  But no matter how hard I worked, I had […]

Tips For Women With Aspergers: The Social Side of Work

Aspergers Women Work, Too! I met Patricia Robinson about three years ago.  Online, of course, since she lives and works in California, and I’m in Chicago. I’ve learned a lot about Asperger’s syndrome from her blog, and I thought I would share one of her articles with you. Work isn’t just about work, there’s a […]

What Everybody Ought To Know About Relating on the Autism Spectrum

I remember watching a show called Northern Exposure.  One of the characters in the TV show was a “Bubble Man” who could not live outside his bubble because his immune system could not handle regular germs. I wonder how many individuals on the autism spectrum sometimes feel this way: allergic to the confusion that comes […]

11 Aspergers Autism Sites That Will Make You Jump for Joy

I don’t know if you’ve had the experience of winding your way through the rabbit trails on the internet, trying to find reliable information about Aspergers and the autism spectrum.  In the time since I’ve started this blog, I’ve had the frustration that a gold miner often finds as he sifts through pan after pan […]