Friday, June 3, 2011

Asperger & Autism Blogs

Both Hands and a Flashlight is a blog for parents whose children are or may be on the autism spectrum. We believe there's nothing 'wrong' with any of our children. They are just striving to overcome many challenges, and they are perfect just as they are. This is a 'come-as-you-are' kind of blog, where the spectrum of emotions is welcome. We aren't super-parents; we're human. We believe the pursuit of becoming the best parents we can is what matters. We believe in the adventure. We believe in never giving up. We believe in advocating fiercely for our children. And first and foremost, we believe in them.

The sharing of information and experiences in dealing with Autism everyday.

The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism (the website and the book) exists to help people with autism and their families make sense of the bewildering array of available autism treatments and options, and determine which are worth their time, money, and energy. We also want to encourage respectful attitudes towards autistics and people with autism.

Parenting Aspergers is a website designed to help parents everywhere who have children with Aspergers.

I am an Über-liberal, nerdy, feminist/womanist, secular humanist, skeptical, pansexual, overeducated, intellectual, white-tea drinking, loudmouthed, agnostic, politically correct, mordant, autistic Jewess who likes to draw, write poetry, study languages and smell flowers.

I write about the hilarious insanity that is my life. This includes parenting, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, ADHD, allergies, asthma, Asperger Syndrome, and whatever else we have cooking at any given moment. Sometimes I write things that not everyone agrees with, but I'm always honest. Let's face it, if all I ever wrote about was sunshine and lollipops, this wouldn't be a very interesting blog.
Hartley's Life With 3 Boys
The emotional journey of raising three boys, dealing with SPD, Autism, Bipolar, Adoption, Marriage and LIFE while trying to keep my sanity and sense of humor.

Jacob was diagnosed with Autism at 3 years of age, although clearly he was affected since birth. This blog documents our family's journey through Autism Remediation. The story has a happy ending -- Jacob's Autism Diagnosis was officially dropped on September 17, 2009, a month shy of Jacob's 9th birthday.

The goal for this blog is to describe what it is like living with Asperger's Syndrome and to focus on the positive aspects of the condition rather than the negative. This blog is personal, non-medical, (reasonably) non-technical and not affiliated with any religious or other organizations. The overall aim of this blog is to increase the amount of first-hand knowledge about Aspergers.

John Elder Robison, author of Look Me in the Eye (2007) and Be Different (2011). I'm an Asperger and autism advocate, a writer, photographer, and machine aficianado.

The challenges of raising three boys, including one with Autism Spectrum Disorder

news and reviews about Autism, Aspergers, and the whole spectrum, Showing that those of us on the Autism Spectrum are human and contributable members of society. Those of on the Spectrum are here to stay whether you agree or not,if you don't please go back to where you came from! I fight for those who cannot speak as well!

This is our First Radio Show and we are very excited to begin! Colin will sing one of his songs and field any questions that come in from listeners or from the chat room. We will talk about how Colin loves to sing and how his Autism affects his amazing abilities. We will also answer any and all questions from any interested parents about how music can benefit their children on the Autistic Spectrum, and/or answer any questions related to Autism in general. We hope that all musicians from around the world will call in and chat with us as Colin loves to talk to fellow singers and musicians. We invite all of Colin's fans from Colin Brennan Music to call in and/or listen! We hope that this show and our upcoming shows will be a formn for enhanced discussions on music and Autism from all walks of life. We invite all indie musicians to call us and chat with us about their music. We would also love to hear from signed singers and promoters on their thoughts about the music industry! Most importantly, lets have some fun and learn about our talents as a community of people that enjoy music and care about how it affects us and the benefits it brings all of us in our daily struggles in life!

A place where you'll find lots of learning activities and ideas for toddlers and preschoolers inspired mostly by the Montessori method. There's also a good dose of mama made creations and crafty goodness here, too!

My life as a lawyer and mom of a 5 year old with autism.

The story of a family living with lots of love and a little autism!

Welcome to my blog. Let me tell you something about myself. I am the mother of two children with asperger’s syndrome. The oldest infact was diagnosed with PDD-NOS at the age of five. He is now in college. It has been a long road and not so easy all the time. But I never gave up and I never will until my boys have the future of their choosing.

Welcome! This journal is all about our journey in helping J-man learn how to communicate. We are still traveln'... come along for the ride!
An account of our family life and all that goes with it, it will be raw and honest, no holes barred. I am a SAHM mum, aspiring photographer and mum to a 13 year old and a nearly 5 year old ex 26 weeker with special needs. My husband (bless him) works hard to provide whilst I keep the wheels moving at home.
I have a 2 year old son, Oscar, who was diagnosed with food intolerances just after his first birthday, following 4 weeks on an elimination diet. His intolerances include Salicylates, Glutamates, food colours, and most artificial preservatives. This means that most fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices and processed foods are excluded from his diet. I'm sure that I'm not the only parent trying to deal with these food issues, so I've decided to share our experiences.

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