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Facebook - Parenting With Asperger’s Syndrome

A page by parents with an ASD parenting children with and without ASD. No topic is off limits! Parenting w/ Asperger's Syndrome is managed by 3 different parents: Mac: A dad w/AS w/2 boys, Beth: Mac's wife and ShanEda, Aspie & mother of two teen Aspies: daughter 13 and son 16. This page will hit on every age group and deal with issues faced by both males and females.

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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 - 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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