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 | MoreThere’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 […]

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Who Else Wants Parenting Stress Relief on the Autism Spectrum?

Parenting Autism Spectrum Children Your child has just gotten home from school.  You’re frazzled from a long day at the office or the parent-teacher association meeting you just finished.  There’s a lot on your mind: your kids’ activities, all the house work that needs to be done.  Your child drops his/her backpack on the floor […]

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 […]

Have A Child You Can Be Proud Of (On the Autism Spectrum)

There’s no question that every child is a child we are proud of just as s/he is.  Every single person on planet earth is worthy of intense parental pride.  But there are also breakthrough moments every child goes through that makes their teacher, parent, caregiver beam with pride. One very capable, generous, and innovative caregiver […]

Little Known Ways to Understand (Explosive) Children

“Why do children with autism have such explosive meltdowns?  How can I understand the explosive child?” Parenting children with Aspergers and autism is not a job for the faint of heart.  Of course, you never knew you were signing up for this, did you? 🙂 As a parent, have you ever been talking to another […]

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