Personal Experience

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 […]


Does Asperger’s Cause Alcoholism?

by admin on October 11, 2011

I recently found an article discussing this topic and felt compelled to write about it.  The article started out by stating that Asperger's does not cause Alcoholism or to define it a bit broader, especially in this age, addiction.  The "causes" of addiction, as stated in the article where a number of circumstances, including social […]


The Language of Aspergers

by admin on September 17, 2011

What is The Language of Aspergers Over the course of time I have been involved with the development of Aspergers children, my step son and some students I work with at my Muay Thai school I have realized a great dynamics in the consideration of the language of Aspergers.  The language of Aspergers can be […]