Monthly Archives: May, 2016

Everyday Aspergers – Interview With Sam Craft — Married, With Aspergers

Earlier today I interviewed autistic writer and artist Samantha Craft whose recently completed book, Everyday Aspergers, brings together her reflections and experiences of life on the Autism Spectrum. Alex Forshaw To begin, your book grew from your blog posts on Everyday Asperger’s. What first inspired you to write about autism? Samantha Craft My middle son, who […]

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How To Be More Organized



Organization can be challenging for someone on the autistic spectrum, particularly if they suffer from ‘brain fog’ or absent-mindedness. It helps to have a system for dealing with everyday tasks. Click here for a neat little infographic on how to get more organized, courtesy of Hack Spirit.

The Secret of Becoming Mentally Strong | Amy Morin | TEDxOcala

Autism: Hope in Action Episode #3- Jackie Moore — Lisa Ackerman – Real Help Now

We are back with another episode of Autism: Hope in Action! This is an expansion of our intentional dialogue that we long to have with families around the country about life, challenges, triumphs, best practices, and best therapies that exist today. It is our hope that we will be able to reach more families […]

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Smart Earphones That Store Your Music

The ultimate earphones The Dash comes with 4GB of storage, which means you don’t need an extra device for your music. It can hold up to 1,000 songs all on its own. But if you need more tunes in your life, you can seamlessly stream music from your phone through bluetooth […]

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17 Ways to Make People Like You Better


Image source: ‘Friends’, Jerry Weiss, oil on canvas – Wikimedia. Click here for details.

Many autistics have trouble learning the ‘unspoken rules’ of making friends. This article at Business Insider may help, as it makes some of those rules more explicit.

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