Top Ten Autism Spectrum Books: My Wish List

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It’s the holiday season, and I’ve been reflecting on what types of books I might want to include on my autism books reading list.  I’ll share my list with you and wait to hear what you may want to add. Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s Okay, I confess that I’ve already [...]

Autism Spectrum Jobs: How Employers Can Help

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The focus of this blog is to increase understanding of Asperger’s Syndrome, to provide solutions, and in doing so, increase hope for individuals on the autism spectrum. I recently came across a three part series of articles from author Gavin Bollard, who writes for his blog called Living With Aspergers.  I contacted him and got [...]

Discover These Autism Teaching Resources

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I’m so grateful to all the gifted teachers and other school personnel who dedicate their lives to making a difference in the lives of children on the autism spectrum.  A teacher can spend up to 40 hours a week with children and teenagers on the autism spectrum.  Imagine the impact s/he can have! That’s why [...]

Dating and Asperger’s: Asking Someone Out on a Date

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Dating and Aspergers is a big topic.  Not only does an individual with autism spectrum often wish to connect with others, but as s/he becomes a teenager, young adult, and adult, dating becomes more and more of an interest.  Yet, dating inevitably involves social rules, which of course are not spelled out.  Therefore, it may [...]