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- Autism awareness is not enough
- The Cat’s Pajamas: Demystifying idioms for concrete thinkers
- Why Johnny Can’t Be Good
- On the Spectrum Between Context and Contest
- Lessons from a Not-So-Cowardly Lion
- Guest essayist Bryce Notbohm: “I Choose to be Optimistic”
- Apology Not Accepted
- A Fine (Motor) State of Affairs
- Alike, Not Less
- Experts One and All
- Comeback . . . or Setback?
- All-Inclusive: How Parents and Teachers Can Encourage Sports Participation for Children with Autism
- Raising a Quitter
- The People in Your Language-Depleted Neighborhood
July 2011 highlights
- Bryce Notbohm, Valedictorian: “I see myself as a man, not an autistic man.”
- Text and photos of Bryce’s graduation speech
April 2011 highlights
- Putting Perfect to Rest
- New Autism Asperger’s Digest column: When Good Bumper Stickers Go Bad
- Join the discussion: What parents want pediatricians to know, my definition of the World’s Biggest Loser (has nothing to do with weight loss), rebutting untruths and stereotypes about autism, building autism awareness one mind at a time.
February-March 2011 highlights
- Our George Washington Moments
- 38 Questions You Must Ask Your Doctor Before Medicating Your Child
- Join the discussion: Does food coloring affect behavior? What do you want your pediatrician to know about your child? What should you look for when choosing a preschool? Does your child face a “scary” future? How do autism-only classes and activities compare to inclusion?
- Book excerpt: I Think Differently, from Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew
January 2011 highlights
- No Whining on the Yacht- Ten Somethings for 2011
-Ten Things I Want My High School Senior with Autism to Know