4 Easy Teaching Tips for Autism Children

Parenting autism children can seem so overwhelming at times.  As parents, we can think that we need to spend thousands to get the best treatment possible.  After exhausting our time, energy, and resources, we can then go to the other extreme of not intervening at all. I’m grateful to my friend, Connie Hammer, who recently wrote […]

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Do You Recognize the Gifts of Children With Aspergers?

Children with Aspergers have unique gifts and thinking patterns.  Dr. Grandin has her PhD in Animal Science, and is the author of multiple books on autism.  She is a professor at Colorado State University, and has become an advocate and spokesperson for persons with Autism and Aspergers. Dr. Grandin argues for neurodiversity.   Neurodiversity is […]

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 […]

How To Decrease Social Awkwardness In One Evening

Well…..it will take only one evening to read this article. But I won’t kid you: it will take more than one evening to accept, practice, and internalize these social enhancement strategies. Social Awkwardness Example: My Daughter and I True confession. I’m not very ‘cool’, in my 10 year old daughter’s opinion. I found out my […]

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 […]