Here’s An Aspergers Teaching Tip: Think With Your Eyes

Thinking With Your Eyes: An Aspergers Teaching Tip The eyes are the windows of the soul.  –English proverb Many parents, teachers, and therapists assume that people with Aspergers don’t want to communicate. It’s not true. What most NT’s (neurotypicals) have hard-wired into their brains, Aspies (people with Aspergers) don’t:   social cognitive knowledge. Michelle Garcia […]

Can A Neurotypical Really Offer Aspergers Help?

I’ve wrestled with this question.  I’m a professional therapist.  I’ve narrowed my target niche to include those on the autism spectrum.  But often, I wonder.  I’m not on the autism spectrum.  I don’t know exactly what it’s like to be on the spectrum. Have you wondered the same thing?  As a parent, a loved one, or […]

Read This And Increase Your Aspergers Social Skills

I get by with a little help from my friends. John Lennon Our friends actually help us get through a whole lot.  As humans, we’re built to be social. Yet, it can be challenging for teens and adults on the autism spectrum to connect with others in order to form and maintain friendships. The PEERS […]

Here’s A Special Aspergers Solution: Social Behavior Mapping

Social Behavior Mapping Can Save Your Sanity! How many parents are pulling their hair out from all the incident reports they are getting regarding their kid’s behavior in school? How many Aspergers kids dread going to school because they don’t know what they are going to do wrong next? How many teachers are having nightmares […]