TWAP007: Now Enjoy Great Parenting Advice From Aspergers 101

Parenting Advice and Resources To Help You

“Don’t think of autism as a weight…think of it as wings with which to fly!” Samuel Allen, young man with Aspergers Jennifer Allen had a successful career in broadcasting, production, and marketing.  Shortly after learning about her oldest son’s Aspergers diagnosis, she left her career to become a full-time mother and advocate.  At the time, […]

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

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 this episode, about writing, discovering her diagnosis of Aspergers later in life, parenting children with autism, and […]

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TWAP 005: Aspergers Employment Help with Barbara Bissonnette

Barbara 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 disclosure strategy handle a disciplinary action communicate with colleagues understand and meet employer expectations manage time, […]

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11 Parenting Advice Tips from Autism Adults

It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.  -Frederick Douglass Your kids require you most of all to love them for who they are, not to spend your whole time trying to correct them. – Bill Ayers Have you ever wished you could time travel? If I could time travel, I […]

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Parenting Advice From Autism Parents

I remember one of the first nights after bringing my son, David, home. I was running on pure adrenaline. But I hadn’t anticipated how tired I would be without sleep, and selfish I can be when I don’t sleep! Have you ever “lost it” when you’re tired?  No one told me how close to “losing […]

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