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The Advantage Of Respect

When someone is good at something, we tend to be a little more forgiving of their eccentricities.  For example, a talented (fill-in-the-blank here – anything will do) who has an eye tic.  Or an irritating little cough.  Or who never … Continue reading

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Success With Games

Often, I talk about struggles and difficulty within groups.  After all, working in groups is difficult for the socially challenged. And, like group work, playing games with peers is fraught with difficulty.  After all, it is a kind of group … Continue reading

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Forming a Club

For our socially challenged Asperger children, attending activities and giving them a chance to interact is important. For a few years now, we’ve had difficulty finding a place to fit in.  Our quest for an appropriate club/activity/sport has gone unfulfilled … Continue reading

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Clubs, Group, Activities

Because our Asperger kids need help developing social skills, it is twice as important that they be introduced to positive and friendly situations. Hostile environments will quickly teach them to be suspicious, cynical, and withdrawn. In fact, this picture of … Continue reading

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