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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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Article - Asperger’s and Literalism, aka Why We May Seem Condescending and Pedantic

by: Christina Gleason

Source: Well, in THIS House...

The author hopes, at the least, that she can help people understand that she's not trying to be disrespectful or talk down to them when she come across the way she does. She feels that most Aspies just have a hard time expressing themselves, and the tone is just how it manifests.

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Article - Grandparent Power! How Extended Family Can Enhance the Lives of Kids on the Autism Spectrum

by: Dan Coulter

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

The word "family" can evoke powerful memories and emotions. Thinking of family recalls the Robert Frost line, "Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in". When grandparents are involved, the line could often be changed to, "...they can't wait to take you in".

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Article - Growing up in an Asperger Family

by: Maxine Aston

Source: Aspires

Sarah was seventeen when she first came to see me; she had been in therapy before and had a history of eating disorders, self-harm and anxiety. Sarah was not the first member of her family who had found their way into my counselling room as I had been seeing Sarah's parents for almost six months. Sarah's mother had initiated counselling for herself and her husband, as she suspected that her husban [... more]

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Article - Should You Explain the Diagnosis to the Child?

by: Tony Attwood, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

The immediate answer is yes. Clinical experience indicates that it is extremely important that the diagnosis is explained as soon as possible and preferably before inappropriate compensatory mechanisms are developed. The child is then more likely to achieve self-acceptance, without unfair comparisons with other children, and be less likely to develop signs of an anxiety disorder, depression or con [... more]

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Article - Talking To A Family Member About Your Concerns About Their Child

by: Peggy Halliday, M.Ed., BCBA and David Celiberti, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

I am concerned that my grandson may have signs of autism, but I am uncomfortable bringing this up with my son and daughter-in-law. Here are some suggestions about how best to approach them.

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Article - Tips for Teaching High-Functioning People with Autism

by: Susan J. Moreno , M.A.A.B.S.

Source: OASIS @ MAAP

People with autism have trouble with organizational skills, regardless of their intelligence and/or age. Even a "straight A" student with autism who has a photographic memory can be incapable of remembering to bring a pencil to class or of remembering a deadline for an assignment. In such cases, aid should be provided in the least restrictive way possible. Strategies could include having a student [... more]

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