Social Thinking Tip – Social Math

listen to ‘Social Thinking – Social Math’ on Audioboo Here are three key concepts to remember from today’s audio blog about social thinking. 1.  Social thinking is like learning math.  You often have to master the basics before going on to more complicated equations.  For example, addition and subtraction come before multiplication and division, algebra, […]

Education For Children With Autism: Exceptionally Good Friends

The test of courage comes when we are in the minority. The test of tolerance comes when we are in the majority.  ~Ralph W. Sockman Data Droids Discover Empaths Imagine an alien planet with various races.   The data droid race happens to be a majority race.  And the empaths are a minority. The data droid race requires […]

How Do You Treat Autism?

How do you treat autism? Once a child, teen, or adult with Asperger’s or high functioning autism is diagnosed, the next question becomes, “What now?” I’m going to outline some treatments for Aspergers and high functioning autism spectrum people. The list of treatments I am referring to here comes from A Parent’s Guide to Asperger […]

The Secrets of Understanding Body Language

Daniel Wendler was depressed, lonely, and anxious around other people. The he was diagnosed with Aspergers. Instead of being upset, he was elated! I spent the next ten years reading books on social interaction, talking to relationship experts, seeking advice everywhere I could and applying my new social skills with everyone I met. My study paid off. […]

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How To Carry On A Conversation

A single conversation across the table with a wise person is worth a month’s study of books  ~Chinese Proverb It was impossible to get a conversation going; everybody was talking too much. ~ Yogi Berra Wiki How pools many authors together for the common good. I consulted WikiHow for tips about how to carry on a […]