Month: October 2017

Blog:Life with Aspergers- Life Rules: Behavioural Phrases to Live By

Blog:Life with Aspergers- Life Rules: Behavioural Phrases to Live By

Kids with Asperger’s work best with rules and lists to follow. This applies in more or less every aspect of their lives. It’s major part of their development and as a parent, it’s up to you to help your kids to learn how to make rules and lists for themselves. 

I’ve spoken about lists before, particularly in an article over at Special-Ism and of course, I’ve talked about rules here on LWA before.

Today I want to talk

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Tribstar.com: Super heroes join mere mortals at annual Autism Acceptance Walk

Tribstar.com: Super heroes join mere mortals at annual Autism Acceptance Walk

Considering the second annual Terre Haute Autism Acceptable Walk was taking place on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Indiana State University’s outdoor Michael Simmons Student Activity Center, Cassie Ellis thought this would be a great event for her to take her son Cael.

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Tribune-Star/Austen Leake Future firefighter:

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “It's like I'm Neil Armstrong. I turn around for a sip of Tang and you jump out first.”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “It's like I'm Neil Armstrong. I turn around for a sip of Tang and you jump out first.”

I deleted my Twitter account a while ago.  It wasn’t a difficult decision.  The reasons for continuing got beat up by the reasons for not.  I may add a contact page to this blog as a bridge for those who wish to stay in touch.  To me, experiencing Twitter is almost the same as sitting (in the corner) in a huge room filled with people who are all talking at the same time.  It was

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