High Functioning Autism Help
Who Are You?
You may be a parent of a child on the autism spectrum.
You may be a teenager, young adult, or older adult on the autism spectrum.
You may be a relative of someone you care about who is on the autism spectrum.
Or, like me, you may be a professional who works with individuals on the autism spectrum.
You may have just discovered the condition. You may have studied it for a while.
What You May Be Looking For
You may be looking for more information about what Aspergers is.
You may be wanting to find examples of people on the autism spectrum who stand out as positive role models.
Maybe you’re looking for information about careers, social skills, parenting.
The best way to let me know what you’re looking for, however, is to tell me!
This Blog Can Help You
I’m Steve Borgman.
My Value Proposition:
I provide high functioning autism help. I am a parent of a son with high functioning autism, a therapist specializing in helping children and adults with high functioning autism, and a blogger blogging about Aspergers and high functioning autism. I help parents, partners and educators better understand autism through my writing. I help adults with high functioning autism take their relationship and career skills to the next level, so that they are more connected and fulfilled.
Listen to my interview with Dr. Erica Goodstone, founder of Healthy Baby Boomers Network, to learn about who I am and why I write and counsel.
I also love writing about self-help motivation and personal growth development over at Personal Success Factors. I have been in this field for over ten years, and I am blessed to have work that I absolutely love and am committed to.
As a parent and therapist, this blog represents my effort to educate myself and learn how to be as good as I can at what I do.
I spend a lot of time reading, researching, and listening to people just like you. Sometimes, based on questions or concerns you have, I come up with my articles. Other times, the articles come out of the most recent reflection and reading I do.
You may also want to follow me on Pinterest, where I pin some interesting material related to Aspergers and personal development.