Philip Wylie Shares Tips From An Aspergers Autism Perspective
Philip Wylie, my Aspergian colleague, challenges non-autistic parents, educators, and partners to think about Apergers autism as a different culture. As non-autistics, we need autistics to guide us in learning how to empower our children, students, and partners. Philp Wylie is going to be one of our guides today. I’m excited today to share part […]
The Thrive With Aspergers Podcast
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I’ve been asked, “How do I connect with other co-workers at work”? Many people on the autism spectrum have difficulty communicating with others, but fail to realize that work environment needs to come first. Work Environment: Take Care of the Basics I’m training for a marathon. At the beginning of my training, I couldn’t believe how […]
My family and I took a vacation in Venezuela, South America one summer. We found ourselves in the middle of a town whose streets layout made no sense, and we wondered how we were going to get from point A to point B, since there were no street maps or guides available. Dating can be […]
No great advance has been made in science, politics, or religion without controversy. Lyman Beecher. If the quote above is true, then we have room for advancing our understanding of the term, “high functioning autism“, given the amount of controversy the term generates! I ran across this article about a month ago, called “What’s the Difference […]