Blog Posts - Asperger



Cold Cereal, Cake, and the Layers of Functional Communication

I’m thankful each day that Connor is able to say “I love you, mommy”.  I never take that for granted because I know that there are so many others that would give anything to hear those words.  Or to hear any words. For all intents...

If I Was Landon Bryce’s Mother

The autism world is fraught with differing viewpoints between parents and advocates, and there is no shortage of uncivil discourse. Today was no exception. A post was published on The Autcast that brought its fair share of controversy. Landon Bryce r...

Cold Cereal, Cake, and the Layers of Functional Communication

I’m thankful each day that Connor is able to say “I love you, mommy”.  I never take that for granted because I know that there are so many others that would give anything to hear those words.  Or to hear any words. For all intents...

Blog Book Tour – Spaghetti is Not a Finger Food

If you’ve ever wondered how someone with Asperger’s views the world, or how their thought process works, then you should get a copy of Spaghetti is Not a Finger Food. Written by Jodi Carmichael and published by Little Pickle Press, the bo...

Blog Book Tour – Spaghetti is Not a Finger Food

If you’ve ever wondered how someone with Asperger’s views the world, or how their thought process works, then you should get a copy of Spaghetti is Not a Finger Food. Written by Jodi Carmichael and published by Little Pickle Press, the bo...

Shining a Light in Dark Places

Although there is generally no shortage of differing opinions between autism parents, or different approaches to intervention, one thing we all have in common is our love for our children.  We also share the universal drive for them to be accepted i...

Shining a Light in Dark Places

Although there is generally no shortage of differing opinions between autism parents, or different approaches to intervention, one thing we all have in common is our love for our children.  We also share the universal drive for them to be accepted i...

Xmas

Xmas (Christmas) can be very tricky. If you have no (or another) religion, or can’t/don’t/won’t have kids, or don’t believe in Santa, or don’t like socialising, or don’t wish to clutter your home with needless pu...
by Living with Asperger syndrome on Dec 25, 2012

Xmas

Xmas (Christmas) can be very tricky. If you have no (or another) religion, or can’t/don’t/won’t have kids, or don’t believe in Santa, or don’t like socialising, or don’t wish to clutter your home with needless pu...
by Living with Asperger syndrome on Dec 25, 2012

Asperger’s Syndrome Does Not a Murderer Make

The horrifically tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in NewTown CT, U.S.A., Friday December December 14, 2012, which took the lives of 20 beautiful and innocent children and six brave adult educators left most people, not only in New...
by Asperger's Syndrome and Adults on Dec 22, 2012

On the Sandy Hook Tragedy and the Lanza Family

There’s not much left to say about what happened a week ago at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, CT.  I’ve purposely avoided watching the news or reading too much online about the tragedy.  What happened is so inconceivable...

On the Sandy Hook Tragedy and the Lanza Family

There’s not much left to say about what happened a week ago at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, CT.  I’ve purposely avoided watching the news or reading too much online about the tragedy.  What happened is so inconceivable...

Autism Awareness

What this page is all about: The Autism Awareness page is here to do 1 thing: Spread Autism Awareness! Through the sharing of information, news & resources, they hope to empower thier fans with more knowledge and the ability to help spread Auti...
by i Like Diz Page! on Dec 20, 2012

An author with Asperger's Syndrome writes about his life and the Newtown tragedy!

The author is Matthew Rozsa, a Ph.D. student in history at Lehigh University, who talks about his life experience with Asperger's Syndrome in light of the heinous crime committed by Adam Lanza in Newtown! Reports are that Adam Lanza, the perpetrator...
by The Political Commentator on Dec 17, 2012

Talkin’ ‘Bout Muffins

The hubs was off a little early Thursday. He picked up Connor and they headed to Target to grab a few things. Hubs doesn’t shop with Connor often, so I anticipated some challenges. When I arrived home, he reported that Connor was good at the st...

Talkin’ ‘Bout Muffins

The hubs was off a little early Thursday. He picked up Connor and they headed to Target to grab a few things. Hubs doesn’t shop with Connor often, so I anticipated some challenges. When I arrived home, he reported that Connor was good at the st...

Earth

Chances are you live in your head far more than your body. While a rich mental life offers entertaining discourse with superior company, you can have too much of a good thing. At the most practical level, your body is a life-support system for your b...

Earth

Chances are you live in your head far more than your body. While a rich mental life offers entertaining discourse with superior company, you can have too much of a good thing. At the most practical level, your body is a life-support system for your b...

Norman Rockwell Holidays at Our House

It’s not that I don’t like holidays.  I think it’s more that I love the idea of holidays.  But then, as with life, nothing goes according to plan and things ultimately fall short of that quintessential Normal Rockwell image stuck...

Too Perfect Tuesdays - Chap 10 - Recognize That They May Be Taking Your Quirks Personally

via imagerymajesticfrom FreeDisitalPhotosThis post continues with Chapter 10 - Living With the Obsessive: 2 - Recognize That They May Be Taking Your Quirks Personally from Chapter Ten.This series looks at a small snippet of The bo...


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