• Getting started.

    I feel extremely overwhelmed and stressed. I am a single mom and my 4 year old son has just been diagnosed with ASD, severe. It wasn't a total surprise, there were some signs that I noticed, but I was not prepared to deal with everything that comes wi
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  • Iowa Kid With Autism

    My teenaged son has autism. I think this could be a record of what that means.
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  • Autism and sexuality, sexual orientation, boy vs. Girl.

    My asd daughter wants to be a boy. She has expressed that she is gay to her siblings. I dont know what this means, if its true, or just feelings, or if she likes the way boys are vs. Girls. Shes 12.
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  • The start in the very beginning

    My son was a full term baby and weighed just over 8 pounds.It wasn't until he had his vaccinations that I saw a complete change.No more cuddling,crying/laughing for no apparent reason.Less babbling, staring off into a world of his own.He no longer look
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  • cant get anywhere

    stuck isolated and friendless
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  • Navigating thru Aspergers

    A place to share ideas on what has worked and helped to navigate the world, while raising a child with high functioning Asperger's.
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  • Luna's Lunacy

    Let's see if we can't make some sense of what has become of our happy little world.
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  • Momma Bear 🐻

    I have a six year old and twins that are three. One of the twins is diagnosed with high functioning autism and the other is starting evaluations now with suspected disability. They are all boys. Talking about the successes and frustrations encountered.
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  • Autism

    When will we really get to know the true cause of autism? Don't you all think it is time for the truth to be told about this disease?
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  • Learning to Dance in the Rain

    My teenage aspergers life blog.
    • 2 posts
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  • stimming daily

    I have some sort of melt down every day and I don't tell people about them, because I don't really tell people I'm autistic. I'm gonna log my fits and melt downs and triggers and how I cope with them
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  • service animals for children and adults with autism

    does anyone know anything about service animals, wait lists-requirements ect...would really like to see about one for my son.
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  • Harnessing the Superpower

    Hello ASN peeps. This is my first blog here and ever so here goes... My son is a high functioning autistic with Asperger's syndrome.
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  • Great Day

    A day in the life of Caneron
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  • Amazing Minds

    I am a published author. I am writing a new book called "Amazing Minds - surviving and thriving with autism. I would be interested in hearing your success stories for inclusion in my book.
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  • Life with Jordan

    Challenges of being the parent of an autistic child
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    • Updated over 2 years ago
  • Underlying medical/neurological conditions

    I'm looking to connect with others who are suspicious that there is an underlying neurological condition to autism that has been overlooked.
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  • *~*~*Lara's Blog*~*~*

    This a blog for Aspergers people by an Aspergers girl. I'm 19 years old and have been asked to create a blog for Aspies to read, ask questions and comment on. It's about day to day life and anything you want me to write about so have a browse and l
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  • for young women with asperger's

    I would like to tell my story because i hope that maybe someone will read it and get inspired. i would like to hear other people's stories as well so that we can inspire each other.
    • 7 posts
    • Updated over 2 years ago
  • gettingrealabouteducation

    Hi Everyone: In my many years supporting these learners, I have noticed that the state of education for them is appalling in terms of quality, accessibiltiy, support networks, and educational opportunities. My blog is to talk about experiences of paren
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