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Aspie in the Family

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Blog - Aspie in the Family


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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 can hope to contribute towards spreading awareness of what it is like to care for autistic children. However it is important to note that I write from a personal perspective and that there are many more differing accounts of bringing up children on the autism spectrum.

Get to know me:

I’m Deb and I am the creator and author of Aspie in the Family, a parenting blog with an emphasis on raising children on the autism spectrum.

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.

I live in England, am married and have three children: a teenage student daughter, a 13 year old son with an autistic spectrum disorder and a 10 year old daughter with Asperger Syndrome. Before having my children, I spent many years working as a Personal Assistant to executive directors in various organizations. However, it became too difficult to combine work with my caring duties and instead I decided to concentrate on looking after my family whilst studying towards a social sciences degree. Now I do sessional work in adult education supporting students with learning difficulties though the bulk of my time is spent at home caring for my children.

 

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