Archive for August, 2010

Sick and Tired
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Sick and Tired

 How A Single Mother of a Special Needs Child Deals with Sudden Illness an article by Amy Sheridan   As parents, we always worry if our children get sick. That’s part of our job. We are prepared before they are even born, having been told countless stories by our parents, friends who have children and […]

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Dr. Tony Attwood
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Dr. Tony Attwood

Dr. Tony Attwood seems like the kind of guy who could write the cute e-mails that get passed around, “you might be an Aspie if _______”, but he wouldn’t.  He has a great charismatic personality when talking about Aspergers, makes you want to be one (if you aren’t already), marry one (think Engineer) or have one […]

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Dr. Temple Grandin
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Dr. Temple Grandin

   “You’ve gotta get these kids out there in the community”  This is what you hear from Dr. Temple Grandin, and somehow we can’t hear it enough.  Parents nearly clamor over themselves to ask her directly about their own child, getting advice from someone who possibly knows how their child thinks.  Where every she goes, […]

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Dr. Jed Baker
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Dr. Jed Baker

Dr. Jed Baker started the Denver Super Conference in July by giving the audience, comprised of parents, working professionals and those there to understand themselves, a background on behavior for those with high functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.  Dr. Baker is an advocate and also implements his techniques in schools adressing behavior responses and bullying.                Dr. […]

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