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Blog - 30 Days of Autism

30 Days of Autism is a project designed to promote social understanding and to offer a glimpse into the perspectives of those whose lives are touched by Asperger's Syndrome.

 
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Blog - A Quiet Week in the House

I write about autism as a parent of an autistic child and as an autistic adult. My expertise is Asperger's syndrome, which I experience as a daughter, mother, and diagnosed person. I hope my observations draw you closer to your autistic loved ones!

 
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Blog - AGirlOutsideTheBox

I'm a geek/nerd AND a rebel; a girly-tomboy hipster. I likes colours, patterns, themes, sparkles, and fun, meaningful slogans. I'm fashionably idiosyncratic! So, step outside the box and check it out ;)

 
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Blog - Amy’s Tiny Corner of Existence

The life and times of a writer, public speaker, college coach, autism advocate, and woman with Asperger's Syndrome.

 
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Blog - Anybody Want A Peanut?

Jennifer writes about parenting a young boy with an autism spectrum disorder, as well as his typically developing younger sister. Her writing is about struggling to make the best educational decisions possible for both kids, and about the process of understanding and accepting her son's diagnosis.

 
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Blog - Asperger’s Alive

The changing landscape of autism and neurodiversity. Lucy Berrington's journalism and fiction have been published in numerous publications in the US and UK, including The Boston Globe, The New York Post, The New England Review, The London Times, The Guardian, The Independent online, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan and Harpers & Queen.

 
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Blog - Asperger’s Illustrated

The Musings of Steph Diorio, Aspergian Historian, Writer and Cartoonist. Her name is Steph Diorio, and she has high-functioning Asperger's. She's currently a graduate student at Pratt Institute working towards a Master's degree in library science so she can become an archivist. That probably makes her a loser, but whatever. Archiving is awesome.

 
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Blog - Aspergers & the Alien

Prepare to enter the wild and wooly world of an adult with Aspergers Syndrome, a form of autism characterized by intellignce, quirks, social difficulties and downright strange and oddish behaviours. People with Aspergers generally are high functioning in everyday life but have great difficulty connecting with others due to the inability to read faces, body language and subtle verbal clues. They a [... more]

 
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Blog - Aspergers Social Stories

Helping Aspergers and Autistic Children with Social Skills, Daily Living Skills, and Behaviour Management through Social Stories.

 
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Blog - Asperkids

This blog is an amazing resource, especially for parents of girls on the spectrum and tweens and teens on the spectrum. Jennifer offers immediately usable parenting advice, like how to effectively get a child's attention to correct their behavior, helpful tips on navigating the evaluation process, and how to help your child develop executive function skills. She has a truly unique perspective as a [... more]

 
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Blog - Aspie Extremes

You will learn more than you ever wanted to know about living with Aspergers. This is where we are letting it all out and how things are here with our teen Aspie. We have one boy and he is 19 going on 25 or 19 going on 3 depending on the day of the week.

 
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Blog - Aspie from Maine

The eponymous Mainer, Kate Goldfield, was diagnosed with Asperger's six years ago, when she was 21. In 2010, she launched her blog, in which she shares her unique perspective on everything from eating fish to the TV show Parenthood. "I would like to start a conversation between people with Asperger's or autism, parents of kids with autism spectrum disorders, and anyone who just wants to know more" [... more]

 
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Blog - Aspie in the Family

Parenting, family life and the autism spectrum. As a result of my experiences I have become aware of how little support and understanding there is for families like mine. I hope that through my blog, people will start to learn a little bit more about the roles that families like mine play in the lives of our extraordinary children. It is only by talking or writing about our experiences that we c [... more]

 
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Blog - ASPIE STRATEGY

By helping each other enjoy life and relationships on the spectrum, we explore how adults on the spectrum can thrive in relationships, and those who love them can, too!

 
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Blog - Aspie Writer

Understand Autism from the Inside. Jeannie Davide-Rivera (Aspie Writer) is the author of the award-winning book, Twirling Naked in the Streets and No One Noticed; Growing up With Undiagnosed Autism, and Answers.com's Autism Expert Category Writer. "In order to gain self-understanding, each person with or "without" autism needs to see his or her own reflection in the world".

 
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Blog - ASPIENAUT – WIRED DIFFERENTLY

The area I still struggle with is when joking with someone, one-to-one. It is then, with no-one else around to reassure me or to take my cue from, that I can still find it hard not to take offence. When combined with the fact that although I know when I'm joking and much to other peoples' annoyance, I think I'm hilarious, I can often take offence when the tables are turned because I miss the jok [... more]

 
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Blog - Autism and Oughtisms

Linda writes about her own parenting experiences as well as wider autism issues. With degrees in both philosophy and law, Linda publishes posts that are thoughtful, engaging, and super-informative. Her writing advocates for her own son and for all individuals on the spectrum, but also for being the most thoughtful, conscious parents we can be. She bucks against what we "ought" to do as parents of [... more]

 
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Blog - AUTISM DADDY

All people are welcome on this page regardless of their backgrounds or beliefs. And you are welcome here if your kid is low functioning, high functioning, Aspergers, etc. But always remember the place where I am coming from. Severe, low functioning non-verbal autism. Just remember this. I have an 8 year old son whose receptive & expressive language are at an 18 month old level and they have been [... more]

 
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Blog - autisticandproud

A 13 year old boy with aspergers gives some views through his eyes. His dad works with him on managing the blog.

 
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Blog - catastraspie

Asperger's in Higher Education. At work I help to raise awareness of Asperger Syndrome in Higher Education (18+ college or university) among staff and students at my institution by contributing to training sessions run by the Disability and Dyslexia Team. This is the team that also supports students with Asperger's and mental health issues.

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