Who Else Wants These Executive Function Skills?

Recently, I was struggling with my To Do list. Two co-workers were on vacation, and I had to cover their work plus my own. I sat down at the beginning of the day….and just stared at my computer screen: Paralyzed!  I had so many things to accomplish, but I couldn’t figure out which tasks were […]

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3 Physical Presence HOW TO’s For Social Communication

Can an individual with an autism spectrum condition learn how to navigate the social world?  Here are some tips for social communication. I’m featuring one of my favorite autism spectrum books today. I’ve referred to it in other articles I have written, and I love it for the simple fact that it details the WHAT […]

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Keep Your Marriage Strong With These Organization Tips

If an NT (neurotypical person) and Aspie (person with Aspergers)  marry, there will be strengths and differences in their marriage. Like any other marriage, both partners need to work together. But both partners will have to use different strategies to compensate for the neurotypical versus autism spectrum traits that will come up. Dr. Cindy Ariel, […]

Will You Help Me Free Yourself?

I sat, ashamed, in my supervisor’s office. I hadn’t realized it, but over the past few weeks, my responsibilities outside my job had collided with my job duties. I had double scheduled two client appointments, and forgotten a couple of other ones! After some serious words from my supervisor, and her supervisor (yes, he was […]

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Little Known Ways to Understand The Autism Spectrum

What if I told you that the Aspergers and the autism spectrum is a laughing matter?   In this article, I’m going to share with you Ms. Garcia Winner’s I LAUGH model as a way as understanding key autism spectrum facts. I’ve written in detail about the positive aspects of the autism spectrum.  However, we […]

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