Though it’s easy to get caught up in the negative, with a little humor Nikki J. reminds us to look for the good in life, and stay resilient.
When I recently attended the Autism Conference in Victoria, TX, I gave some advice as to what Asperger’s should be treated like; “Don’t think of autism as a heavy weight, think of it as a pair of wings.”, and everyone in the room was amazed by the analogy. To describe it, Asperger’s is like a pair of wings because many
Two common things that parents struggle with when their child is on the Autism Spectrum is communication delays (or lack entirely of) and elopement (or wandering). I won’t say that the children struggle with these things because my children were completely content with the fact that they had no need to
In our last blog, we reviewed the strategy of a mini-map to reduce work avoidance behaviors and increase student success. For some students, a simple checklist is all they need to get them started and keep them moving through academic activities. However, other students may need a bit more to be successful. Here are some considerations if the
Click the image below to view the interview with Jennifer Allen and her son Samuel as they discuss Aspergers Syndrome and the launch of aspergers101.com!
View Full Press Release HERE! Mom Launches Gateway Connecting Doctors, Educators & Parents on Aspergers & High Functioning Autism SAN ANTONIO, TX, USA, March 25, 2014 / — Temple Grandin, Albert Einstein and Issac Newton have it… yet many are puzzled by it….let’s talk Aspergers Syndrome! Announcing the launch of a free resource with timely original
WOAI-TV By: RANDY ESCAMILLA NEWS 4 SAN ANTONIO SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio mom who's son Sam Allen, 19, has Aspergers Syndrome has launched a website to help parents, doctors, and teachers. It is www.aspergers101.com. Read More at: http://news4sanantonio.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/aspergers101com-mom-launches-new-website-9863.shtml