Temple Grandin’s Teaching Tips for Children on the Autism Spectrum

Tips For Teaching Autistic Children

Are you teaching autistic children this year? Even if you’re not, you may be a parent or other professional who wants to empower your child or student, not hinder her or him. Teachers, counselors, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and parents and relatives all need teaching tips for children on the autism spectrum. Dr. Temple Grandin, […]

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

http://traffic.libsyn.com/thrivewithaspergers/06_TWAP006__Shawna_on_Parenting_Friendship_and_the_Autism_Spectrum.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More There’s always a solution to everything: it just takes a while to figure it out” Shawna This podcast episode introduces us to Shawna, from the blog, Thoughts of an Introverted Matriarch. Shawna shares her thoughts with us, in […]

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TWAP 005: Aspergers Employment Help with Barbara Bissonnette

http://traffic.libsyn.com/thrivewithaspergers/Barbara_Bisonnette_AspergersAutism_and_Careers_031615.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | MoreBarbara Bissonnette is a certified coach who provides job and career coaching to Aspergers/autism adults. As a coach, she provides learning, support, and strategies to: choose the right job or career manage the job search process learn interviewing skills plan a […]

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What Is ODD?

 Years ago, a speaker taught a class on parenting difficult kids.  At the time, I worked on a psychiatric adolescent unit.  Many of the teenagers who came to the unit were angry and defiant.  They wanted nothing to do with their parents.  And the parents were often frustrated, worn out, and burnt out. I heard […]

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