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Article - 10 Symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome: Know the Signs

by: Catherine Roberts

Source: ActiveBeat

Here are 10 classic symptoms of Asperger's syndrome. If you are worried about yourself or a loved one having this syndrome, talk to your doctor about screening options.

 
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Article - 10 Things I Would Say to a Female with Asperger’s Syndrome, if I were her Therapist

by: Samantha Craft

Source: Everyday Asperger's...Samantha Craft

Expands upon these thoughts: I would like to offer something to you, if that is okay. I am here for you. If there is something of peak interest to you I am here to listen. I wonder if you might be comfortable telling me. I am comfortable with whatever subject you want to discuss. I believe that there is a serious need for more information about females with Aspergers. I have come across a ch [... more]

 
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Article - 10 Things Not to Say or Do When I am Sad

by: Samantha Craft

Source: Everyday Asperger's...Samantha Craft

Expands upon these thoughts: 'Don't ask me to explain or reason my way out. 'Don't tell me I need a pharmaceutical drug. 'Don't tell me you know the reason for my sadness. 'Don't give me advice. 'Don't tell me what I have to be grateful for. 'Don't tell me how wonderful I am. 'Don't tell me "this too shall pass." 'Don't criticize or mock me. 'Don't abandon me. 'Don't perceive me as someth [... more]

 
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Article - 10 Things You Should NEVER Say To An Autism Parent

by: Jen

Source: Mom-Ology blog

Expands upon these thoughts: 'Are you sure he/she has autism? He/she seems fine to me! 'Your child just needs proper discipline! 'Your child needs to be medicated. 'If you knew he/she might have a meltdown, why did you come? 'Aren't there special schools/programs for children like that? 'Have you tried what Jenny McCarthy did? 'Autism is over diagnosed. 'You poor thingI it's such a shame! 'Will [... more]

 
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Article - 116 Reasons I Know I Have Aspergers

by: Samantha Craft

Source: Everyday Asperger's...Samantha Craft

A list of pointers to whether you might or might not have Aspergers, from the author's perspective.

 
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Article - 5 Tips for Loving Someone with Asperger’s Syndrome

by: Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.

Source: PsychCentral

All romantic relationships have challenges and require some work. Being in a relationship with someone who has Asperger's syndrome (AS) can create an additional challenge, according to psychologist Cindy Ariel, Ph.D, in her valuable book, Loving Someone with Asperger's Syndrome. That's because you and your partner think and feel very differently, she says. And that leaves a lot of room for misunde [... more]

 
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Article - 50 Positive Characteristics of Aspergers

by: Mark Hutten, M.A.

Source: The Aspergers Comprehensive Handbook

Most kids, teens, and adults with Aspergers have a bunch of positive traits that more than make up for any negative ones. One Aspie asserted, "Thank God I have Aspergers!" Let's look at just a few of the positive traits associated with the Aspergers condition...

 
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Article - 70 Tips & Tricks for Educating Students with Aspergers/High-Functioning Autism by Marc Hutten

by: Mark Hutten

Source: Teaching Students with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism

Research has identified classroom characteristics that promote success for children with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism: individualized instruction, interesting curriculum, positive reinforcement, predictability, short working periods, small teacher-to-student ratio, and plenty of structure. Research has also identified optimal teacher characteristics: consistency, firmness, frequent monito [... more]

 
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Article - 99 Questions About Autism

by: Bec Oakley

Source: snagglebox.com

Every now and then I take a look through the traffic report for this website, marveling at all the ways people end up here. The most interesting part is the Google search terms, which is often both fascinating and hilarious. And sometimes creepy. Seriously, you don't wanna know. A lot of these searches are questions, and I often wonder if the people asking them found what they were looking for. So [... more]

 
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Article - A Clinician’s Guide to Providing Effective Feedback to Families Affected by Autism – Instructor’s Manual

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

While we are primarily targeting psychology trainees who are giving an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis to families, the principles involved in this guide apply to all clinicians who deliver evaluation results, diagnoses and/or treatment recommendations to their clients. Good feedback practices are universal and apply to clinicians in other professions including pediatricians, speech/la [... more]

 
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Article - A Parent’s Guide – Applied Behaviour Analysis

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks

ABA is a set of principles that form the basis for many behavioral treatments. ABA is based on the science of learning and behavior. This science includes general laws about how behavior works and how learning takes place. ABA therapy applies these laws to behavior treatments in a way that helps to increase useful or desired behaviors. ABA also applies these laws to help reduce behaviors that ma [... more]

 
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Article - A Parent’s Guide – Toilet Training

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks

Toileting training can be challenging for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). There are many reasons why it can take a long time. Many children with ASD learn to use the toilet at a late age. Most children with ASD learn to urinate and have bowel movements in the toilet later than other children (Tsai, Stewart, & August, 1981).

 
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Article - A Parent’s Guide To Blood Draws for Children with Autism

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

The purpose of this pamphlet is to present ways for you and your child to cope with the stress and worry that may come with blood draws. It provides strategies to make these appointments go more smoothly. Although completing blood draws with children with ASD is the main focus, the information and techniques presented here also apply to other aspects of a clinic visit.

 
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Article - A Provider’s Guide to Blood Draws for Children with Autism

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks

Whether you work in a hospital or a physician's office, you may find yourself caring for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). By preparing to meet the unique needs of each child, you can ensure a productive and less stressful visit. The purpose of this toolkit is to provide a guide to strategies that you and your practice can use to help children with ASD more easily complete routine med [... more]

 
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Article - A Toolkit for Dental Professionals

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks

This tool kit is designed for dental professionals. It provides general information about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and specific information that may help dental professionals better serve the needs of children with ASD. This tool kit is meant to be used in conjunction with the Dental Guide developed by Autism Speaks Family Services Community Connections. This tool kit contains specific too [... more]

 
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Article - Accommodations for Employees With Aspergers Syndrome (U.S.)

by: various

Source: JAN Accommodation Network

Suggested accommodations for employees with AS. People with Asperger Syndrome may experience some of the limitations discussed in this document, but seldom develop all of them. Also, the degree of limitation will vary among individuals. Be aware that not all people with Asperger Syndrome will need accommodations to perform their jobs and many others may only need a few accommodations. The followin [... more]

 
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Article - An Educator’s Guide to Asperger Syndrome

by: various

Source: Danya International and Organization for Autism Research (OAR)

As a teacher, you are responsible for helping to shape the lives of young people and preparing them to be successful adults. Your students may come from different family backgrounds and leave your classroom for different futures, but they spend a significant portion of their young lives with you right now. Next to their parents and immediate family, you have the greatest opportunity and the power [... more]

 
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Article - An Introduction to Behavioral Health Treatments – A Parent’s Guide

by: various

Source: Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

Behavioral challenges are a common problem for children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Many children with ASD show too much of certain behaviors such as aggression or not following directions and too little of other behaviors such as communication or social skills. This toolkit is designed to provide parents of children with ASD with an overview of in-home strategies as well as tips to t [... more]

 
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Article - An Introduction to Special Education in Ontario

by: various

Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

All students require support from teachers, classmates, family, and friends in order to thrive and to gain full benefit from their school experience. Some students have special needs that require supports beyond those ordinarily received in the school setting. In Ontario, students who have behavioural, communicational, intellectual, physical or multiple exceptionalities, may have educational needs [... more]

 
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Article - AS and Relationships – Is there hope?

by: Carol Grigg

Source: ASPIA

It is difficult to write about the realities of relationships affected by Asperger's Syndrome without risking offence to people with AS. It is important however to pause a moment and focus on the reasons for writing about relationships affected by AS and why there is such a need for information and validation for all parties concerned. The reasons for writing about relationships affected by AS are [... more]

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