Blog Posts - Asperger



Autism N Jesus-Prolife Connection

Autism N Jesus-Prolife Connection What Is This All About? Autism’s got connections with God and the sanctity of life. Two past articles show this. Years ago, via Facebook shares online, I read two articles that bothered others and myself. They...
by AllLivesAreSacred.com on Sep 14, 2016

mama on the spectrum

Of course it really doesn't matter at this point in my life whether I am on the autism spectrum or if I'm just assigning meaning to the random. I guess I just find it interesting that, though I'm no spring chicken, there are still these...
by Normal is a Dryer Setting on Aug 16, 2016

Laugh at Asperger’s syndrome? Young comic hopes you do

Michael McCreary has Asperger’s syndrome, a condition that made it difficult for him to connect with others. For years it left him feeling lonely and isolated. Now he’s mining it for comedy — and to convey a bigger message, as well. Rea...
by Celebrity gossip news on Jul 1, 2016

Student On The Autism Spectrum Creates a Sensory Room

When a student on the autism spectrum creates a sensory room, it is bound to work for others who need a safe place to restore […]...
by How To Learn on Apr 12, 2016

“I Can’t Hear You Over Your Breath” – How Autistic Sensory Issues Interfere With Communication

Sensitive to breath odor? Does your autistic child twist and pull away from you? Sensory overload can cause communication problems for those on the spectrum.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Feb 22, 2016

10 Things you need to know about people with Asperger Syndrome

Asperger syndrome is a form of the autism spectrum disorder, also known as ASD. Some people with Asperger Syndrome are higher The post 10 Things you need to know about people with Asperger Syndrome appeared first on Health Council.

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

The top 10 blog posts of 2015!
by I Told You I Was Sick on Dec 30, 2015

Who’s the Daddy: The (Over) Thinker by Sam from ‘Man In His Pyjamas’ Blog

It's time for my marvellous monthly instalment of Who's The Daddy - a series of guest posts from the uber talented Daddy bloggers out there, so many of whom I now count as great mates! Read more...
by Honest Mum on Oct 26, 2015

5 Things You Should Never Say to a Child With Asperger’s Syndrome – [Video]

Your Asperger's child is not cunning, mean, vindictive, emotionless, uncaring, or rude. He needs your guidance. What not to say to your Asperger's child.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Sep 2, 2015

Kumpulan Gambar DP BBM Lionel Messi

Kumpulan Gambar DP BBM Lionel Messi – TEKNOKITA.COM – Untuk penggemar Barcelona pasti senang sekali melihat gambar DP BBM lionel Messi yang kami berikan di kesempatan kali ini. Gambar-gambar yang tersedia di halaman ini berhasil kami dap...
by Tekno Kita on Aug 21, 2015

Asperger’s and “Resting Bitch Face” – Why Neurotypicals Struggle to Read OUR Facial Expressions and How That Harms Us (Part 1 of 2)

"Why are you so mad?" Your 'resting bitch face' makes people so uncomfortable, they're compelled to comment on it. Those with Asperger's vulnerable to abuse.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 10, 2015

Asperger’s and “Resting Bitch Face” – Why Neurotypicals Struggle to Read OUR Facial Expressions and How That Harms Us (Part 2 of 2)

"Why are you so mad?" Your 'resting bitch face' makes people so uncomfortable, they're compelled to comment on it. Those with Asperger's vulnerable to abuse.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 10, 2015

Illinois Un adolescent Asperger donne une leçon à ses assaillants

by Information sur la Politique on Jul 6, 2015

Horizon Family Solutions, LLC Announces Kimberly Bryant, MA as Newest Therapeutic Consultant Team Member

Horizon Family Solutions, LLC located in Boulder, Colorado is pleased to announce the addition of Kimberly Bryant, MA, LPC to support its tremendous growth Boulder, Colorado— June 24, 2015 — Kimberly Bryant, MA, LPC has joined the advocacy, educa...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Jun 26, 2015

Leaf

At age three, you or your child may be told to put 50 fallen liquid amber leaves in a bucket. Sounds fair: kids should help around the home. 50 ain’t many. It’s a fine day. Parents are near. So why the crying? The liquid amber leaf shape...
by Living with Asperger syndrome on Jun 14, 2015

Gym

Poor coordination, low self esteem, lack of team spirit and/or a preference for academic pursuits may make school gymnasium time dispiriting and uncomfortable. There may be one activity, however, that you do enjoy. If the gym has large, thick, heavy...
by Living with Asperger syndrome on May 23, 2015

I Received My Official Diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome! – [Video]

"It wouldn't dawn on me until I was in my mid-twenties that facial expressions and body language were a means of non-verbal communication I was supposed to "pick up on" and respond to accordingly."...
by I Told You I Was Sick on Apr 22, 2015

Commission

If you’re young, your otherness may make you an easy target for paedophiles. If you’re unlucky enough to fall victim, the road to recovery may be twisted and long. Medication, alcohol, therapy, creative writing – all may fail to hea...
by Living with Asperger syndrome on Apr 12, 2015

Author Barry John Evans Discusses Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Asperger Syndrome, and His New Book, “Life Is Complicated: My Journey with Asperger Syndrome”

Barry John Evans is an author and chronic pain sufferer. He also has Asperger syndrome. In this interview, he discusses myalgic encephalomyelitis, and his new book.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Apr 6, 2015

Neuropsicología Clínica Infantil. Intervenciones Terapéuticas en TGD, Autismo, Asperger, Síndrome de Rett

  Neuropsicología Clínica Infantil. Intervenciones Terapéuticas en TGD, Autismo, Asperger, Síndrome de Rett   Atender a niños con diagnóstico de TGD, TEA (Autismo), Asperger y S. de Rett, es motivo de investigación y búsqueda en el...
by booksmedicos on Apr 6, 2015


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