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Military Family With Autism Spectrum Kids

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Amanda, with Confessions from Householdsix shares her story with us. I grew up in a military family, so I was a little familiar with family insurance coverage. Even given that, I was still surprised at the lack of coverage and support for military families raising one or more autistic children. Amanda has . . . → Read More: Military Family With Autism Spectrum Kids

Robots Used to Teach Autistic Children

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At the University of Southern California, a robot is teaching an autistic child. At the University of California and the University of Washington, the same thing is happening. A new breed of robots have been designed to work with and teach children. They are discovering that these robots seem to have the . . . → Read More: Robots Used to Teach Autistic Children

A Voice For Neli and Police Accused of Racial and Autism Injustice

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On May 24, 2010, 24-year-old Reginald Cornelius Latson was arrested. The facts of his arrest are still under dispute. Two things we know to be true are that he was sitting outside of a Stafford County library, waiting for it to be open and he has Asperger’s Syndrome. A full article on this story . . . → Read More: A Voice For Neli and Police Accused of Racial and Autism Injustice

TV Series Parenthood Raises Autism Awareness

I wrote about the show Parenthood, when it first came on. Now, several shows into this new series, and I am still watching it. Adam (Peter Krause, “Six Feet Under”), the oldest Braverman sibling, and his wife Kristina (Monica Potter, “Trust Me”) are adjusting well with their son Max (Max Burkholder, “Brother and . . . → Read More: TV Series Parenthood Raises Autism Awareness

An Asperger Adult Mom With An Autistic Child Interview

My latest interview is with Carol Greenburg. She has the unique perspective of both an indiviual with autism and a mother of an autistic child. Here are the questions and answers from the interview. I enjoyed getting to know Carol and her child so much, that I also conducted a second interview with her . . . → Read More: An Asperger Adult Mom With An Autistic Child Interview

Diagnosed With Asperger’s Syndrome

April is Autism Awareness Month and the value of awareness can’t be stated enough. My name is Aaron Likens and last year I have had a strange journey to discover that my passion in life is to raise awareness.

Raising awareness wasn’t always a priority. In fact, before I was diagnosed with Asperger’s . . . → Read More: Diagnosed With Asperger’s Syndrome

PURGE the ASS from Asperger Syndrome

The first syllable of Asperger is pronounced ASS. And that’s how Aspies all too often come across to others. We stare at people (or never make eye contact at all), use our “outside voices” inside and even yell inappropriately, stand right up close to people, get into nit-picking arguments everyone else recognizes as stupid, . . . → Read More: PURGE the ASS from Asperger Syndrome

New NBC Show Parenthood With Asperger Character

8:00 PM Saturday evening came around and I was complaining, again, that there was nothing on television to watch. Most of the channels play old shows on Saturday. That’s when I noticed that there was a new show on NBC called Parenthood. Apparently, it’s been on for a little while and I . . . → Read More: New NBC Show Parenthood With Asperger Character

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