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Raising Asperger’s Kids

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Blog - Raising Asperger’s Kids


Help for taking a child from PDD-NOS to Asperger's to an A student in college and beyond...
This past June was my four-year blogiversary. So what have I learned in the past four years? Live your life. Simply live it. Enjoy it. Revel in your children's successes. Figure out how to help them through their failures. Support those that you love. Find ways to grab at every minute of everyday. Don't put off the important things. Stand up for what you believe in. Do what is right and honest. Don't be afraid to alienate anyone who isn't a positive influence in your life. Have patience. Have self-respect. Be kind. And above all BE BRAVE.

Get to know me:

Welcome to my blog. I am the mother of two children with asperger’s syndrome. The oldest in fact was diagnosed with PDD-NOS at the age of five. He is now a college graduate and will be starting a masters program Fall 2013. His younger brother is a college junior. It has been a long road and not so easy all the time. But I never gave up and I never will until my boys have the future of their choosing.

I will be writing updates on situations answering the age-old questions of “who, what, where, when and how” they have been handled. I may even tell a funny or two. I am not a professional. I am a parent writing about my adventures in raising two very different boys on the autism spectrum. I sincerely hope that something I pen here helps those who visit.

If you are looking for quick answers, a magic pill or someone to tell you its all the other guy’s responsibility, you will not find that here. You will not find woe-is-me parenting either. What you will find here is a shoulder, a support system and a look at the practical realities of raising a child on the autism spectrum and integrating them into the real world.


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