Parenting

Communicating With Aspergers

by admin on January 18, 2012

This first set of suggestions is offered as some help in communicating with a child with Aspergers. 1. Reinforcers Drive the Message Home If you've been seeing a behavioral therapist to learn more effective ways of communicating with your Asperger's syndrome-affected child, you're probably already familiar with the concept of a reinforcer. This technique integrates […]

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Additional Asperger Support Resources:

by admin on April 9, 2009

ASPERGER’S DISORDER HOMEPAGE: www.aspergers.com Meeting for parents of adults with aspergers: Decatur, GA Third Thursday of Every Month Meeting for Parents of Adult Children with Autism, Asperger’s or PDD 7 p.m. to 9 p.m The Emory Autism Center 1551 Shoup Court Decatur, GA 30033 Contact Toni Thomas 404-727-8350 or tthoma2@emory.edu

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Question: I have a partner and many family members with Asperger’s, but the worst affected is 19.  He has very limited social skills, his eating pattern is poor, and so is his sleeping pattern.  But he is addicted to a game on his computer.  How do we as parents encourage him to spend less time […]

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I’m sure that many parents can identify with this single mom.  Many of the daunting emotional and financial challenges are common to any family dynamic.

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Parenting Aspergers Website

by admin on March 9, 2009

A very informative website/blog forum is being formulated by Dave Angel. He has pertinent information on a variety of topics.  Parents will find this quite helpful, especially those who would like to learn more about the diagnosis. http://www.parentingaspergers.com

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