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Where Do You See Yourself…by S.R. Salas.

Where Do You See Yourself… 06OCT Most hated question ever. E-V-E-R! So why is it the most often asked? And maybe it’s not, maybe it’s because I hate it so frickin’ much that I fixate on it when asked: Counselors in college forcing your hand to choose a major (seriously happened to me). Family worried you will never make a […]


Father and son with Asperger’s at the heart of memoir ‘Raising Cubby’

Father and son with Asperger's at the heart of memoir 'Raising Cubby' (via NewsCanada-Plus) Health-News.Network Father and son with Asperger’s at the heart of memoir ‘Raising Cubby’ John Elder Robison, author of “Raising Cubby,” a memoir about Robison discovering his son, who like him, has Asperger syndrome, a form of autism, speaks…


Is there hope for math-challenged scientists? Temple Grandin, E.O. WIlson speak out.

Is there hope for math-challenged scientists? Temple Grandin, E.O. WIlson speak out. (via NewsWorks) May 7, 2013 By Faye Flam Tony Auth Shock and outrage were bound to follow when the famous biologist-writer E.O. Wilson proclaimed that many scientists are at best “semiliterate” in math. When this heresy appeared in an op-ed piece for the Wall […]


VIDEO: Susan Olsen Opens Up About Son’s Struggle with Asperger’s Syndrome, I can relate a great deal.

VIDEO: Susan Olsen Opens Up About Son’s Struggle with Asperger’s Syndrome (via http://entertainment.jtn-network.com) It’s been decades since Susan Olsen played young Cindy on “The Brady Bunch,” but she still remains close with her on-screen siblings. “We all know that there’s only five other people on the planet that know what it’s like to have had […]


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How People with Asperger’s Experience the World-A guest post

Asperger’s syndrome is categorized as an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) according to the latest version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). Kids with Asperger’s (for short) often have difficulties socially engaging with others and correctly reading non-verbal environmental cues. Some with Asperger’s report unique hobbies or patterns of behavior, such as […]


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Autism speaks: Marine dad listens, helps piece together puzzle

Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/news/87036/autism-speaks-marine-dad-listens-helps-piece-together-puzzle#.UWeAD1pT17o#ixzz2QDThlQkY Story by Maj. Bradley Gordon Subscribe To This Journalist CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – My son has autism. There, I said it – not easy for a Marine and a proud father. More specifically, he has Asperger Syndrome. Some call it a disease, but it’s not. Let’s make sure that is clear up front. People can’t […]



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What makes a good educator by the Stellar Mari Nosal!!

Mari Nosal Best Teacher I really like this article, its references to ancient literature. I believe a community does need to work together, and support one another. They do not seem to, can not get the funding to get our autism arts foundation rolling, but it in a perfect world it is the right thing […]


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Aspergers Syndrome The Hidden Disorder by Mari Nosal

autism nosal pict This article is very valid. I am asperger’s, have always been a brainiac so was considered a bit different but normal. In 43 years, I have had few friends. I am married but other than my wife, I have had no real friends in decades. I want friends,but people do not get […]


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A Very Special Mothers Day To Special Needs Moms by Mari Nosal

Aspergers I really like this article by Mari Nosal. I meant to publish it but it slipped my mind. It is quite wonderful. It takes strength to be a parent of special needs kids. For some of us it is a struggle. http://marimouth.wordpress.com/2012/05/11/a-very-special-mothers-day-to-special-needs-moms/ I was perusing the numerous racks of mother’s day cards recently. As […]