6 Questions You Need To Ask About Aspergers Autism

Where Did "Aspergers" Go?

The Aspergers Autism Mystery Explained Maybe you’ve noticed by now that the term “Aspergers” isn’t used as often as in the past. Often you’ll hear the terms aspergers autism used interchangeably. As of October 2014, the American Psychiatric Association changed updated its diagnostic manual, and effectively discarded the term “Aspergers.” In this article, I’ll explain what […]

4 Ways to Face An Aspergers Autism Diagnosis

Pros and Cons of an Aspergers Diagnosis, via Philip Wylie

Cynthia Kim, an Aspergers woman, writes about the first time she thought she might be Aspergian. She had just watched a segment on NPR about David Finch, author of the Journal of Best Practices. I Googled “Asperger’s tests” and came upon the Aspie Quiz. My score was way above the cutoff for Asperger’s. I took […]

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

http://traffic.libsyn.com/thrivewithaspergers/Anthony_Ianni_Podcast_030115.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More This podcast episode is brought to you by the Thrive with Aspergers community.  Visit the Thrive with Aspergers community to interact with other fine people in the Aspergers autism community. In this episode, I talk with anti-bully advocate, Anthony […]

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Discover the Best Way to Talk To Yourself (On the Autism Spectrum)

She was blind.  She was deaf.  She was enraged.  She was a problem child no-one wanted to deal with. Until, after a long series of teaching moments, Annie Sullivan taught Helen Keller how to communicate.  Because of Annie Sullivan, Helen Keller learned not only to communicate, but went on to become one of the wisest […]

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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 […]