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The Fine Art of Cocooning and why it is important for people with Asperger's Syndrome by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Sun 06 Jul 2014 2:05am One of the "habits" I got into when I was growing up and sleeping in a single bed was the idea of cocooning myself using my doona or eiderdown.  The idea was that you lie down, rock over to one side (so that the blanket falls underneath you, then rock over to the other side (so the blanket gets stuck under there and finally lift your feet so that ... Read on »
Drawing the Line on Media Access for your Child with Asperger's Syndrome: Part 4 Developing a Plan by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Thu 31 May 2012 6:49pm In my last few posts, I've looked at the positive and negative effects of media and device access for children with Asperger's syndrome.  It's clear that while our children certainly benefit more from the media than their neurotypical peers, excessive access is still quite harmful. In this post, I want to look at some techniques for limiti ... Read on »
Book Review: “Loving Someone with Asperger’s Syndrome” by Cindy N Ariel by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Thu 15 Mar 2012 12:12am Over the years, I’ve read quite a few relationship books, some have been good, some were bad and some were truly great. Most of these books concentrated on neurotypical couples but I never really thought about how wrong that was until I read “Loving Someone with Asperger’s Syndrome”. For me, “Loving Someone with Asperger’s Syndrome” takes ... Read on »
Treating Asperger's Syndrome Naturally by HolisticHealth Posted Wed 03 Feb 2010 12:21pm Aspergers syndrome is a form of autism. The person suffering from such a condition is one who lacks proper social functioning within society. They are not able to understand social cues from others, have trouble making friends, and are often bullied and made fun of their whole life.  They are often called "weird", "odd", "eccentric", and "rude" ... Read on »
Ari's Omission : Autistic Disorder and Aspergers Disorder are Critically Different Disorders by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 May 2009 10:12pm Why do some persons with Aspergers Disorder insist on the right to speak for persons with Autistic Disorder, to tell the world that persons with Autistic Disorder do not want to be cured, and why does the media let them get away with it? Newsweek has now become the latest stop for Ari Ne'eman, a very intelligent, highly articulate gentleman ... Read on »
New Topic on Genetics Home Reference: Asperger Syndrome by nih.gov Posted Tue 02 Aug 2011 3:11pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Treatment Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed July 2011 What is Asperger syndrome? Asperger syndrome is a disorder on the autism spectrum, which is a group ... Read on »
Tony Attwood's Three Requisites for a Successful Relationship by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Wed 09 Nov 2011 1:58am I just finished reading an Aspergers Relationship book today (it's excellent by the way and a review is coming shortly). The book had a great quote from Tony Attwood near the end and it's such a great quote that I've been mulling it over all day long. I thought it was worth repeating here; Clinical and counselling experience suggests th ... Read on »
Working on Your Asperger-Neurotypical Relationship - Part 1 Talking by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Tue 13 Dec 2011 5:21pm Over the years I've written quite a bit about AS/NT relationships. I've written about accepting your aspergers partner for who they are and how to reach them in the relationship. I guess that it's all been a bit one-sided but today I'm starting a series which might rectify the balance. These  posts is directed at people with Asperger's syd ... Read on »
Asperger's Syndrome - Article by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Sep 2009 10:03pm Due to a contestant on The Amazing Race having Asperger's Syndrome I felt it was important to print the following article on the many symptoms of this Autism spectrum disorder. Asperger's Syndrome - Symptoms Although there are many possible symptoms of Asperger’s syndrome, the main symptom is severe trouble with social situations. Yo ... Read on »
Aspergers Syndrome Symptoms to Be Argus-Eyed About by rajesh moganti Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 2:51am Though there are copious likely symptoms of Aspergers syndrome, the chief one is acute difficulty faced with social scenarios. A kid might be having mild-ranging to acute symptoms or having only some or several of such symptoms. Due to the wide-ranging array of symptoms, no duo kids with Aspergers syndrome would be similar. Asperger’s syndr ... Read on »