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 […]

Get Rid of Adult (Aspergers) Uncertainty Once and For All

Aspergers Diagnosis for Adults Many individuals around the world may have grown up feeling as if they live on an alien planet.  Nothing makes sense.  Everything they feel comfortable with, other people seem to view as strange.  They may have gone through school being ridiculed, not fitting in.  Then, over time, they may gather bits […]

10 Things Your Child With Autism Wants You To Know

10 Things Your Child With Autism Wants You To Know I am constantly roaming around the internet in search of excellent articles regarding Aspergers Syndrome and the autism spectrum conditions. Recently I found this article, posted on a Facebook page called Responding to Autism. I am posting this article, 10 Things Your Child Wants You […]

Should I Tell My Child That S/He Has Asperger’s?

For the answer to this question, I turned to some information from Tony Attwood, a renowned expert psychologist in the area of Asperger’s syndrome. “The answer is a resounding ‘Yes.’” according to Dr. Attwood. After many years of clinical experience, he has found that explaining the diagnosis to the child with Asperger’s syndrome is extremely […]

Have You Discovered These Positive Characteristics of Children With Aspergers?

Positive Characteristics of Autism

Positive psychology is a breath of fresh air in the field of psychology. For too long, psychology followed a medical model, in which you are diagnosed with a condition, given a diagnosis, and then told about all the things that are wrong with you. Unfortunately, this thinking can spill over into the world of parents […]

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