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"I subscribed to this Community about a year ago in hopes of finding support and sharing experiences with other parents who are also given the challenge of nuturing a teenager/young adult who has been given the two-edged gift of Aspergers.
I have found immense rewards of being allowed to be part of this Community - mostly in articles, antedoctal reports from other parents and the always helpful comments and suggestions of Dave Angel.
If you think that your family are all alone in this big old world struggling with something you don't understand, the Parenting Aspergers Community is a lifeline."
""Hi Dave, just to let you know and other mums out there, that your website makes you feel your not alone and isolated, I can send a mesage anytime, and help is there very soon, thanks for your help Dave"
"The Parenting Aspergers Community Web site has helped me with my difficult journey as a parent of an Asperger child. It is comforting to know that when I have a question or having a problem with my Asperger son that I have an incredible resource at the tip of my fingers.
I can post my question or problem on the Parenting blog for all the Parenting Asperger Community members who have Aspergers children also, to view and respond to my question or problem. Within minutes I usually have some great advice from parents whom have had the exact problem with their child and has given me invaluable advice from their experience.
Also David Angel the Founder of Parenting Aspergers Community will always monitor the advice given and give his expert solution on what I need to do to address the problem. I can honestly say that I get more out of Parenting Asperger Community website than what I would ever get from my son's Psychologist or Psychiatrist.
This website is an incredible resource and worth the membership fee ten fold! You won't be disappointed but pleasantly surprised at all the website offers.
All the best on your journey"
"Your articles help me a great deal in trying to understand my son and find ways of helping him. Keep up the good work, in my mind you truly are an angel."
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
"Dave, Just wanted to THANK YOU for all your help and wisdom with ASD and for sharing that with us! I've learned so very much about my grandson's world, since meeting you and being on your mailing list. What a true blessing!"
Hinseville, Georgia, USA
Discover the ULTIMATE collection of Parenting help and Aspergers advice that you are ever likely to need. Whatever parenting tips, tricks and techniques that you want for helping your child with Aspergers it's all here for you to access now. That's what our worldwide membership base is doing and it's helping them to understand their child with Aspergers better, become even better parents, and make their home & family life a better place to be. And to be honest wouldn't you like that too?
How can I demonstrate to my child appropriate social behavior?|
For children with Asperger's, appropriate social behavior can be a mystery. Children with Asperger's usually speak well and have average or higher intelligence. They just do not understand social communication. When they talk, the conversation is often one-sided, with the focus on their latest obsessive interest. They do not notice the body language of others that seems to scream of boredom, discomfort, or frustration. Children with Asperger's cannot interpret social cues and they struggle to recognize personal boundaries. They find it very difficult to make and keep friends. . . . keep reading
To medicate my child with Asperger's, or not, what are the pros and cons?|
For many children with Asperger's, medication is necessary for a healthy and productive life. People have strong feelings about medicating children for developmental conditions. Since there are no specific medications to treat Autism Spectrum Disorder as a whole, the individual neurological and psychological symptoms are treated with various medications. Many of these medications were not intended for children and have strong warnings when used to treat children under the age of eighteen. This is what causes parents to questions the safety and sanity of medicating a child with Asperger's Syndrome. . . . keep reading