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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 - 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 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 - 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 - DUDE, I’M AN ASPIE

This blog promotes understanding and acceptance of people on the autism spectrum. This is a window to the reality of the autistic experience, its highs and lows, with honesty and humor.

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Blog - Flappiness Is

Navigating the World of Early Childhood Autism With One Special Little Boy. This is not my family's first journey into the world of autism and "otherness". We have relatives on the spectrum as well as those with ADHD, giftedness, mental illness, etc... Suffice it to say, between being a teacher and having family experience with the spectrum, the Jaws theme played loud and clear in my head at the [... more]

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Blog - Hope Saves the Day

Radio podcasts about ASD.

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Blog - Inside the Autism Experience

A first-hand look into the world of Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. I have Sensory Processing Disorder and autism. My life, as is yours, is affected by all things sensory. In my case, my senses are on overload almost all the time. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that my brain is processing everything I sense instead of filtering it correctly.

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Blog - Just a Lil Blog

The true life adventures of an autistic little girl, and her struggles raising her two parents with only a big sister to help her.

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Blog - Laura Shumaker

Making life work for people with autism and other developmental disabilities. I advise parents about all ages and stages of parenting a child with autism and assorted developmental disabilities.

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Blog - Parenting Aspergers Blog

Parenting Aspergers is a blog designed to help parents everywhere who have children with Aspergers.

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Blog - Pucks and Puzzle Pieces

I have two passions in my life: family and sports. I always figured that once I started my own family, sports would be a big part of it. I imagined teaching my kids all about the games and teams I loved and having them gravitate towards the same interest.

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Blog - Raising Cubby…A Father and Son’s Adventures with Asperger’s

John Elder Robison, the author of Look Me in the Eye: My Life With Asperger's and Be Different: Adventures of a Free-Range Aspergian with Practical Advice for Aspergians, Misfits, Families & Teachers, is a staunch advocate for people with Asperger's. Always unusual but not diagnosed with Asperger's until age 40, Robison has written, "My differences turned out also to include gifts that set me apar [... more]

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Blog - Snagglebox – Autism, Parenting, Support

A mix of both personal anecdotes and "useful stuff", this blog is chock-full of resources, support, and information. Australian author Bec Oakley, who has a background in psychology, is the mom of two boys on the spectrum, and she's on the spectrum herself. She's a talented writer who has written award-winning plays and a children's book, and her blog is just as well-written and engaging. Snaggleb [... more]

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Blog - Stimeyland – Get your quirk on

Stimey enjoys reading, writing, movies, zombies, Bob Dylan, and most things pop culture. She also likes small, amusing rodents. Stimey's work has been published in many anthologies and is proud to have been selected as a top autism blog by both Babble and The Stir. She is also listed on Radical Parenting's 50 Best Mom Blogs list.

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Blog - Susan Senator – All happy families are not alike… Susan Senator…All happy families are not alike…

My oldest son Nat, 23, was diagnosed with autism at the age of three in January 1993. At the time we were told that autism is incurable and that the right educational approach would make all the difference. I still believe both and as a result we changed Nat's education programs six times, searching for the best fit. At 11, he found his place at a vocational school. He will probably never go to co [... more]

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Blog - Tale of 1000 Meltdowns

Just an Aspie girl in the pursuit of acceptance, happiness, and love! I have stopped pretending to be normal and have focused on learning how to regulate my nervous system, for this is one of the best things you can do for yourself if you have autism. One of the things I found that helped me to calm down was stuffed animals. Stuffed animals were one of my childhood and aspie obsessions that I had [... more]

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Blog - The Third Glance A peek into my (Autistic) mind

On the surface, I am a young PhD student, studying my absolute favorite subject in the whole world. I am independent from my parents. I am asexual. I have a super cool secret life. I can speak in English, and I know French, and some American Sign Language. I am a voracious reader, both of fiction and non. I love playing the piano. I am an Autistic Woman. And I have a story that wants to be told.

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