Our shared stories are insightful, poignant, funny — and definitely make our lives interesting:

My Aspergia
How wonderful life would be on planet Aspergia

Literal Thinking
Spencer goes to the store for a loaf of bread and has a tough time interpreting “Air Conditioning On — Keep Door Closed”.

Christian Teaches us the Importance of Visuals
Sally uses visual storytelling to deal with the “If you don’t do what I want, I won’t be your friend” dilemma.

How I Discovered My Asperger’s
First-person account: “I knew I was different since before elementary school.”

Not All Rail Crossings are Created Equal
Trevor, like many Aspies, can be VERY specific in their interests.


Learning from bees. Some children with ASD do not recognize a need to improve their social skills. How to explain what’s in it for them. Learn more.

What stimulates sensory systems, muscles and is calming to lie on top of? Stability balls. Learn more.

Losing track of time. Help your child with time management by making it visual. Learn more.

Addressing anxiety, depression, anger and low self-esteem. A game which can be used to help modify emotions. Learn more.