Karen Actually Shows Children How To Make Conversation

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 […]

I Can For Autism

What Liane Learned: Pretending To Be Normal

An Interview With Liane Holliday Wiley

“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 […]

Liane Holliday Willey Pretending To Be Normal Interview

TWAP016: Introducing Irlen Syndrome: What Do You Need To Know?

An Interview With Helen Irlen, LMFT and Sandra Tosta, PhD

“What’s Irlen Syndrome, and why should I care?” you may ask. According to Irlen.com Around 50% of children and adults with reading, learning, or attention problems have Irlen Syndrome. For some, the Irlen Method is the solution. For others, the Irlen Method is just part of the puzzle as there will be other reading/learning problems […]

Introducing Irlen Syndrome

4 Valuable Ways To Better Understand Your Neurotypical Partner

What Aspergians Need To Know About Neurotypicals

Aspergers author Liane Holliday Willey describes just one aspect of communication with her neurotypical (NT) husband that befuddled her early on in their marriage relationship. Marriage Help for Aspergians and Autistics I convinced myself every woman felt like each word from their husband’s mouth ran backwards, slipped through thresholds and hid under the surface never […]


6 Questions To Help You See Visual Processing Disorder Clearly

Answers, Resources, and More

A child with visual perception problems may learn best through the auditory channel. Children who look out the corner of their eye while reading often have visual processing problems. Suspect a visual processing problem in children who finger-flick in front of their eyes, or hate either fluorescent lights or escalators. To some of these individuals […]