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Blog Pick of the Day -8- Emily Willingham: “Autism, empathy, and violence: One of these things doesn’t belong here”

In this post, Emily Willingham (@EJWillingham on Twitter) writes about her 11-year-old son’s reaction to the news of the 14 Dec. shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, USA. Her son is an Aspie (has Asperger’s syndrome or is a high-functioning autistic, depending … Continue reading

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Blog Pick of the Day – 2

Originally posted on KeaNeato!:
Screen shot from the Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism 18 July 2012 post: “To Young Autistic Males: You Are Awesome,” by “Gen Eric.” As someone with a loved one on the “autism spectrum,” I highly recommend…

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Awesome Autism Post

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Neato Idea for Dealing with Interaction Ability or Anxiety

This very neato idea comes via Kassiane Sibley’s guest post on The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism blog. The badges don’t look like this mockup — they are red, yellow, or green to visibly “pre-announce” a person’s desire or ability … Continue reading

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Asperger’s Diary 7 June 2012: Compelling and Heartbreaking

From time to time, I will post here news and information that is not neato in the flip sense of the word, but neato because it is notable, compelling, and impactful. This post by Lynne Soraya (a pseudonym) is one … Continue reading

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