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""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.
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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?
My experience with Asperger's Syndrome - Bullying|
In this video, he narrates the written document that he wrotes. The reason of doing this is so is to have a greater chance of being understood. Bullyling has traumatized him. He shares that the pain it caused him never left him. It has made him become more aware and cautious around peole as he can never be sure if they are genuine or simploy out to hurt him . . . keep reading
Is it normal that my child with Asperger's tries to spit on me and call me names and say crazy stuff?|
For families living with Asperger's, behavior problems can be a big part of day-to-day life. No parent wants to see their child spit on people or call them names. Certainly, no parent wants to be the victim of this type of behavior. Most people will automatically blame parents for such behavior, claiming the child would act right if better parenting skills were in practice. These people usually have no idea how challenging children with special needs can be. . . . keep reading
Imagining Being an Adult - Just a Girl With Aspergers|
In this video, Evie May shares her thought on imagining being an adult. She knows that she have to grow up and get a job but she's not excited about it. She thinks that she'd rather just stay at her age forever. She don't think she'll ever get married or hvae kids because she's not interested in dating and kids will get sick sometimes and she can't handle that. . . . keep reading
What should you do when your child with Asperger's is having tantrums?|
Anger can be a serious problem for children with Asperger's. Tantrums can spring from the most benign situations. Tantrums can happen quickly and can be frightening and maddening to witness. Many parents have been embarrassed in public by a child much too old to act that way, or so it seems to the casual passersby. Since a child with Asperger's looks like any typical child you see, parents want to either announce the Asperger's diagnosis to everyone within earshot, or to run and hide. . . . keep reading