In this podcast episode, I interview Helen Irlen and Dr. Sandra Tosta about Irlen Syndrome: what it is and how it can be helped. Listen (or read) and learn
Philip Wylie shares tips from an Aspergers viewpoint to help parents, educators, and relationship partners empower Aspergers autism people.
Aspergers has typically been diagnosed among children. What about adult Aspergers? Here's Philip Wylie's journey of personal growth and awareness.
Research literature and anecdotes point to the link between autism and noise sensitivity. Discover the causes and two solutions for noise sensitivity.
Sensory Processing Difficulties are common with autism spectrum conditions. Here are 3 valuable tips you need to use today to make your life easier.
Is you marriage at the brink of divorce? "I Want To Know How To Save My Marriage!," you say. Follow these three steps for a hopeful outcome.
Dr. Duana Welch, author of Love Factually, blends heart and science in her book. On this podcast episode, she shares dating tips and strategies.
Have you ever wondered what hand flapping has to do with Aspergers and the autism spectrum. This type of behavior has a rhyme and reason.
Finding friends is not as easy as it sounds, particularly when you have autism/Aspergers. Daniel Wendler shares social skills tips in this podcast episode.
In this podcast episode, Jennifer Allen, CEO of Aspergers 101 shares parenting advice for Aspergers/autism families from her 19 years of experience.
Shawna, from Thoughts of an Introverted Matriarch, shares her thoughts on parenting and friendship on the autism spectrum.
As an Aspergers adult, are you frustrated with the job search, interview, job accommodations process? A certified coach offers Aspergers employment help, along with the job and career tips she frequently uses in her coaching.
Living life with autism/Aspergers in a neurotypical society can erode self-worth and self-esteem. Here are 7 tips for building self confidence.
Anthony Ianni, famous person with autism, shares his experiences growing up with autism in the 1990's, being bullied, and overcoming the odds as a NCAA basketball player and now national motivational speaker
Temper tantrums, silent rage, resentment, and relationship breakdown. Nonviolent communication and Bob Yamtich share the antidote: better communication.