The Untold Friendship Code Revealed

Social Skills For Aspergers “It takes a long time to grow an old friend.” – by John Leonard Friendship requires a certain degree of social skills for people with Aspergers. I have a dilemma. I’m an NT (neurotypical), not an Aspie. I imagine that if I were an NT born onto a planet populated by […]

Does Your Child Have These 12 Friendship Skills?

“Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend.” – Albert Camus (also attributed to Maimonidies) Parenting children on the autism spectrum is a joy and a challenge.  One of those challenges is helping the child develop a set […]

Conversation: The Building Block for Friendship

Would you like to learn some of the specifics of ongoing conversation? I have read several comments in blogs and forums from children, teens, and adults with Asperger’s syndrome. “What’s the point of trying to have friends? It’s too hard. Conversation does not make sense! Why even try?” Unfortunately, without a road map and language […]

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The Thrive With Aspergers Podcast

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The Thrive With Aspergers Podcast Episodes

TWAP 001: Introducing the Thrive With Aspergers Podcast

TWAP002: To Men and Women Who Want Better Communication

TWAP003: Anthony Ianni on Autism, Bullying, and Overcoming the Odds

TWAP004:  7 Tips For Building Self-Confidence

TWAP 005: Aspergers Employment Help with Barbara Bissonnette

TWAP006: Shawna on Parenting, Friendship, and the Autism Spectrum

TWAP007:  Now Enjoy Great Parenting Advice From Aspergers 101

TWAP008: Would You Like Help Finding Friends?

TWAP009: Hand Flapping, Aspergers, and the Autism Spectrum

TWAP010:  Need to Know How To Find True Love?

Hand Flapping, Aspergers, and the Autism Spectrum

Stimming Defined and Discussed

A mom described taking her son to the see the Avengers. She glanced over halfway through and was amazed not to see him flapping his hands, kicking his feet, or arching his back. She described her emotions. My son does that [hand flapping] because he has autism/aspergers. At first during the movie I never noted […]

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