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"You know how to do it" simply isn't true for everyone. But perhaps we can unlearn self-hatred and learn self-compassion?

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Autism discussed briefly hereSimon Baron-Cohen is Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at the University of Cambridge and Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge. He is Director of th... ... See MoreSee Less

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I saw one of your videos on YouTube. I'm having a "Isn't this everyone?" moment. Thanks for the info.

Looking forward to watching.

1 week ago

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A sound explanation of why autism spectrum conditions are under one umbrella now.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFfWMzUoKbABecky's talk is inspired by her recent diagnosis of being on the Autism spectrum, and how this has affected her life. Becky talks about how autism is diagnos...
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Excellent!!!

lived that but undiagniosed

Have to read in morning. Thank you.

2 weeks ago

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Love these guys 🙂

3 weeks ago

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Interviews on the topic of autism here. Elijah, the host, is a compassionate person.

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The Elijah Winfrey Show Online Radio by The Elijah Winfrey Show
We discuss ways to raise awareness for autism, while also providing ideas for helping low income and homeless families.
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3 weeks ago

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Received an email asking me to share this video. Here you go. 🙂

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4tLTu7KxrUHere is a link to my BBC WM Interview about the Guide: www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9qJZXXhqIw
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this was good. thank you. I tried to write down when you were giving the five plus one traits, but did not get it all.

It’s pronounced with a hard g like hamburgers. That’s my Aspie side showing lol.

Couldn't stand that pronunciation of Asperger's.

Excellent. Nicely done.

Thank you.

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4 weeks ago

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When I post my trials, it is in hope of others feeling less alone in this world. Have a lovely day all.Listening to 432Hz music resonates inside our body, releases emotional blockages and expands our consciousness. 432Hz allows us to tune into the wisdom of th... ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for sharing.

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Hello sir my son is aspergers but he is a good singer

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This is so me, but I am trying to get a better handle on the anxiety issues using behavior therapy & acupuncture every other week. But, the anxiety is always there, especially if something that I HAVE to do comes up unexpectedly.

This has happened with something that i Have to do comes up unexpectedly..my processing and presence is somehow suspension..

This is me, but only sometimes. It depends on how well I've eaten or slept for the few days prior to send scheduled event.

Same here! The thinking about the event takes up the entire energy allotment for the day. I'm just now recognizing this fact!

This resonates very strongly with me. After the dreaded anticipated event, it feels like I've been reborn. Spot on Sam!

Yep... that’s me... and it can even be a good thing that I’m looking forward to...

I try not to put anything on the calendar until after it's happened.

Especially if it's a social event.

Thank you for this insight!

Jeez, this absolutely me.

Yep, know the feeling.

Oh yes, and It's so wonderful to find out I'm not alone 👵🏻

I can t stand it more..

I definitely relate

Me too.

I know! It's such a problem!

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I wish it was the same for me, but I take my struggles functioning into the world with me. It's that way at school, at church, and it happened when I worked.

My daughter has Asperger's and I have followed you for awhile now. These latest posts have led me to think that I have Asperger's also. I just had not thought that much about my mannerisms. Thank you for sharing your world.

It can be a very hard problem cause it s hard for your family to cope with it 🙁

Yes. Six hours playing minecraft and no dinner cooked!

This is so true of me too! X

Nailed it!

Me too!

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1 month ago

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Well...I do that too......better with it as I've gotten older though.

Everytime I advance in oil painting I feel like this

That's the way I've always been as well.

Ah yes...

Relate to this unanimously. Thank you.

Until it’s perfected 😉

Yes! Yes girl!!!!

Wow! I do this too!

Yes ... everyday asperger ;D

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1 month ago

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Thank you to a community member for bringing this to my attention. Watching it now.
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Here we go again! Overgeneralizing. This isn't true in every case.

I miss having an aspie guy. Its so much easier when you’re both on the spectrum.

Im so annoyed with the overgeneralizing and NT woman/Aspie man thing. I'm autistic, my boyfriend is Aspie.... we miss each other so much from time to time. Most of the problems I've seen with NT women and aspie men are the fact NT women expect their man to be f@cking mind readers. My boyfriend and I have amazing communication, better than most NT/NT's Because we say exactly what we mean and don't play games. There is something about this whole niche industry for NT women getting "help" for their Aspie man that has an ABA feel about it that deeply disturbs me. As far as the guy in the video..... he talks to his girlfriend everyday.... I don't see why they keep asking if he misses her. So what if he does or doesn't.... obviously he loves her or he wouldn't talk to her every day.

" niche industry "!? " f@cking mindreaders"!? Seriously ?

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this is the neuro typical view point though ie that general idea that all people should really be "all rounders" yet how would that progress the human race?? think about it..it wouldnt work..people arent here to all socialise perfectly they are here to achieve something in different ways from each other

I understand that...

Nope. I can memorize all the information front and back on a credit card in 10 seconds and remember it for years. Keep trying.

Wrong if i am into the subject i jist absorb the information..If not good luck getting me to remember it lol

I think the social cues vary a great deal with HFA. My Aspie son has really done well knowing when to stop talking about his love for all things WWII. It took him awhile but when he is at work he puts it on the back burner and when home he talks non stop. He is also so much better with body space and knowing when someone is not interested in what he is saying. He still has a hard time knowing when someone is teasing him or being serious. I think the more he is around people the better he gets through trial and error. He is a lot less sensitive than he use to be when someone looks at him or says something he takes wrong.

On the outside, because it is different than the norm, it looks like "rituals" and "obsession" to people who don't understand it. However, these same people can be absolutely rigid in their own rituals (e.g. social interaction patterns, their morning or bedtime routines, etc.) and obsessions (e.g. what family is doing, looking at baby pictures, etc. or perhaps something they categorize as a "hobby" like crafting). There are two differences - they have rituals that are within the majority norm, and they avoid talking about their obsessions with people who aren't interested. That's all.

Marian Trainor Anthony Whited

I will have to watch the video later, but from reading the comments but, it sounds like all that I will find in the video are a lot of stereotypes. The thing is, is that everyone on the autism spectrum is different, and none of us fits into a perfect box.

Why can't this apply to nonverbal autistic people more often though? I think rituals and obsessions may be more obvious in those individuals. Just saying.

Is their a group for parents with children with aspergus?

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Barbara Dugan

My friend has Aspergers and when it comes to emotional things he seems to have a very difficult time dealing with it. When that happens, I notice he shuts down and wants space.Sometimes I don't understand it because he doesn't explain why he needs space. I would assume the emotions overwhelm him, but not entirely sure. I wish he would be willing to talk face to face about things so we can understand each other better, but he's afraid he would yell at me and doesn't want to talk face to face about problems that may arise. He's the type to want his space and then comes back acting like nothing happened nor wants to talk about what did happen, which is hard because the problem isn't resolved. To me, that is not how you deal with a problem. Two people should have a mature conversation and work it out. Our friendship is a bit rocky in this aspect.

We lack cognitive empathy.

why is it other's have to "deal" with us? :/

sorta true for guys as well i wish i knew where i fit in so i could find a wife and a place where i belong instead of always searching

Natalie Doughty

Scott Vernon

How Ironic; in the first part they say people can be most of te time alone and lonely and further in the video they talk about 'a partner' and 'friends' How can you be "alone" and "lonely if you have at least one, a partner or friends, of these two? For me both is impossible. I am outgoing, do things with others and have fun. So now and than it will become a facebook friend but from there it wil stop, no further contact. It is an illusion and it will never get real!

Curtis Miller Jr.

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yep get this all the time.

Erik Moons 👆🏻👆🏻

Yes. With bells.

Spot on

Yep. Same here 😕

I have to say the opposite is true in my experience, i dont get tone or sarcasm easily, i quote what people said verbatim and they dont even seem to know the words they used, also when i speak people get upset and tell me its the tone i used. But i dont use tone.

Robert James your experience sounds just like mine, sometimes it is an advantage, people rarely upset me, unless they are obviously shouting, swearing etc.. on the other hand I am able to give offence without intending to as I talk down to people evidently. I wouldn't know, till they tell me 😂

Yes, it happens with me too. 🙁

This is me 100%, but I do not have Aspergers. At one point I thought maybe I was and did a lot of research. I came to find I wasn't but husband was. I am however a Highly Sensitive Person as defined by Dr. Aron (hsperson.com/) and there can be some overlap in sensory issues. Guess that's why my husband and I get along well.

Maggie Mandell Ramsey . It's me alright.

I get paranoid when I hear people I don't know that well laughing.

Totally relate to this clip

Erik Peterson Kathleen Buice Dorothy Hostage

yes, the dark side of intense focus.

Rebecca Cremeans

Angel Nuñez 😞

So true .... I’ve found stepping back and being mindful really helps with letting go of the ruminating. Concentrating on breathing and staying in the moment 🙏🏻

The tangles I get into. 🙁

Robert Rigoni read this

Oh yes totally

I used to live in a state of near overload while taking calls for my job for 3 years. Since getting promoted to a letter writer, I am so much calmer.

Oh yes ...I AGREE , I’ve done lots of relationship work , CBTherapy and I can say it has helped but Not completely prevented the Relationship issues . Difference is now I have some skill to use when the problems arise . Coming straight out with asking ‘have I offended you ‘ helps lots .

Oh wow Stacey Sparrow this is our boys with there experience of Peterborough’s ASD school.

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James McKay-Pearson ????????

I fail to see how those are inappropriate

I'm a mimic so I have watched how normal's act in public and try to hold back on saying things lol. Staying quiet helps make people go away also.

aspies/people with Aspergers certainly CAN lie lol

Too funny!

Yes, they can lie. They are often just truthful with no regard to feelings of others.

Maggie Mandell Ramsey

Jerry

If you study enough psychology even a psychiatrist wouldn't be able to tell you're not an n.t. lol. They got wonderful books on that. Even some on body language. Just excuse the slight lag while I process it all.

I'm not really sure why most of those were inappropriate, but they were quite clever and/or funny.

Adriana Higuera. 😊😄😙

Nice blanket statements at the start :/

Michael, is your last name Smith? Also, I can see you doing all of these, and ALSO I think none of them are inappropriate. Just literal Dad/Michael jokes 😁

My children are aspies and say way more inappropriate things or take you literally. My dad ysed to say he had to be sspecific or I'd take it too literally so its hereditary.. and most aspies are way honest because they are literal and answer what you said so before you take offence.. ask if they understood what you said. Its all in the translation or perception.

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Diane Trainor

My friend has Aspergers and I notice he has a difficult time with emotions/emotional stuff. Anyone else here with Aspergers has a hard time with emotions/emotional things like my friend? It makes our friendship a little difficult because I am a non-aspie and a very expressive person when it comes to emotions/emotional things. I'd like to have a better relationship with my Aspergers friend but I am not sure how?? It seems he likes to want space if I come to him about something emotional. I am not sure how he is feeling because he never tells me. So I don't know if I am overwhelming him, annoying him, etc. It hurts that he wants space because I would like to know what's going on in his mind, but I can't unless he communicates that with me.

Colin Dunlop

Never, once a label is on you they will not look at you the same. Labels mean everything and they have pre-conceived thoughts about anyone they hear is on the spectrum. You will go from being John Doe to being “that autistic guy”, and people talk, if you don’t want a secret known don’t tell them.

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Temple Grandin School watched it yesterday! Thank you for sharing yourselves with us all!

My husband and I watched this a couple of nights ago. We just kept saying yes, oh man, that's going to be Blaze. Lol. I see our son Blaze so much in you guys. He's 9 now and I can't wait to see what he does with his life!! He made a joke last night, in context, and I had to video it. He's loving humor and sometimes he tells jokes but we don't really get what's supposed to be funny because he's so literal. But he will laugh and laugh. We love it.

Loved it. You guys are so funny and I just love that there is a place I can send folks that can give insight on what it can be like to have Aspergers. 🙂

Moch Antonio Cruz esta en netfilx

James Potter it's on Netflix.

Going to watch it tonight!

Fabulous film!

This resonated so much!! Thank you!

Michele Iacobelli

Thank you. I have learned so much.

I bought it Friday on Amazon. Awesome!

Love Noah's music! Something about the way he sings reminds me of Johnny Cash. 🙂

Thanks so much for making this available on Netflix. Such a wonderful documentary! Every Aspie should have a "Noah" as a mentor....

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1 years ago

Asperger's Are Us Documentary

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Love love love the film. Keep being awesome, you guys. Just checked out your website. Loved the FAQ section 😂 I hope I have the opportunity to see you perform live sometime!

I'd come see you in Bloomington or Indianapolis!

What about Austin, Tx?

We'd love to perform in any city, do you have any idea where would pay us enough to make it worth the trip?

Need a stocking stuffer? Last chance before Christmas!

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Gracias, lo voy a pedir.

Denis Souza, vamos assistir?

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I haven't watched it yet as I am waiting for my 16 year old son who has Aspergers to get here for the Christmas break and we are going to watch it together as a family. We are excited!!!

I can't watch it until it comes to Netflix 🙁 waiting.. waiting..

I just watched it and I enjoyed it.

There is a movie? I did not know their was a movie. Ill have to 'check it out' 😁

At Temple Grandin School, we are watching it as a whole school with discussion after on December 13th!

Love it totally enjoy it

As an Aspie I loved this film even my NT wife really got something from this. Well done guys you rock.

Really loved the film! You guys are amazing and incredibly funny.

Loved and all of you, looking forward to sharing with my son, thank you guys 💙

You guys are hilarious! My husband and I couldn't stop giggling 😂

son geniales!

Great film. It's cool that each of you continue to remain in contact. Friendships gradually end as adult life takes over. The conversation between Noah and New Michael's father made me emotional. I'm glad his parents decided to attend the show and I hope he knows that regardless of where life takes him, they will always be proud. Excellent work, guys.

Just watched it! I loved it.

I adore it. Jack is my hero 🙂

Watched it. Loved it. Sharing it with my family and friends!

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Check out this awesome interview by Alex Plank (founder of Wrong Planet) with our Exec. Producer Mark Duplass and Director Alex Lehmann!Alex Plank interviews Mark Duplass and Alex Lehmann about Asperger's Are Us, their documentary about the first all-autistic comedy troupe. The film is out in... ... See MoreSee Less

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Just ordered this for my 15 year old Aspie son. It will be in his stocking for Christmas. I am so excited for him to see it! Thank you so much for putting it out there!

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Teodora Sagaon, te la pido amiga??????

Si amiga 🙏

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Opal Grubb, Jan Covington Rogers they are going to have it on DVD now. 😊

Way to go, guys!!!

Carmen Navarro it's on Amazon

Watching tonight

My 13yr with Aspergers saw the trailer for this, and wants it so bad! I'll have to snag it before christmas.

Laurie Brayton Acconcio a Christmas present for hunter?

Patricia Rios Angulo

Enrique Bejar order this

No Blu-Ray? Oh well, still better than that digital crap.

Riley Farrar

Areli Sirikit Rosales.

Phil Carpenter Christmas gift idea for your wifey

Katie Hill

Such fun! Loved it😊

Laura Sawyer, Lisa Battersby Fernandez, Charlene Milillo

Just pre ordered my copy

Mmmmmm .ass burgers.

I need this

Wish I could afford this. I am autistic but live in disability (SSDI) so it doesn't leave much after bills and food.

Sara Light did you get this?

Brandy Andrew Misty Andrew

Laura Watson I don't know if you have heard of these guys but they are so amazing and such an inspiration! Thinking of the three of you and sending my love your way.

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This is awesome! Keep spreading the word everybody. 😀 Our movie is available now on iTunes and Amazon VOD. DVD and Netflix soon!

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I'll be watching it as soon as it comes out on Netflix.

Elizabeth Daly 😂

I watched this last night. I laughed, cried and enjoyed every minute. Thank you for sharing your moments. You all have amazed me with your spirit for life. 💜

I'm sharing with my son. Thank you. Does anyone know what Asperger's camp they are referring to?

Mandy Jividen Skaggs

ChristinaBrad berry have you seen this.

Tyrel Borowitz you're on The Today Show!

This is now my favorite movie of all time. I have a 4 year old (girl) aspire and this movie means so much to me. Thank you for making this! You're all absolutely amazing (and incredibly talented)!

i can relate so much to the touching part. i hate it when people put their damn hands on me. they don't get why i'm a brick wall. such a great film.

Page Lajoie Thibault Have you seen these guys!/site? I love them/it!

I bought it and loved it. Thank you!! 🙂💙

I bought it and watched it last week! You guys rock! Loved your honesty and sharing and omg y'all are funny

Can't wait til it comes on Netflix

Yey Netflix!!

Hey folks, just a reminder that the DVD is now available to pre-order exclusively on Amazon. Just in time for Christmas. 🙂

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LOVE THE MOVIE? Follow the guys and see what they're up to at Asperger's Are Us!

Alexander it's on iTunes & amazon video

& Netflix next month 😊

Cool! I'll have to check it out, although if I have to pay, I might as well wait till it's on Netflix coz it'll be free then. You probably didn't want to know all that, but there we have it. XD

Lol Awesome I'm going to probably watch it on Netflix too I'm excited to see it

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Yay! I loved this! I am a mom to a young son who is 4 and was diagnosed with ASD almost 2 years ago. All of these guys are such an inspiration and beacon of hope. All four so different but connected together and sharing their journey. It was a joy to watch and I instantly wanted to see more.

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Its here! :D ASPERGERS ARE US is now on iTunes & Amazon VOD!

 

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YES!!

Just watched it and loved it gave me hope as a mother of a 12 year old boy with Aspergers I hope when he watches it that it inspires him to do what he want and to be who he wants to be xxx

Bought it!! If you are interested in networking with other comedians with Aspergers, check out my friend Adam Schwartz who wrote and performed a critically acclaimed fringe comedy to sold out crowds 🙂

Trish Gunter, if you're able to set this up, let me know. I'd like to watch, too!

Yay! I can't wait to check it out!

Can't get it here in NZ yet :/ will wait in anticipation !! Well done guys 🙂

Otan Omith Davon Collins Kei Koshigaya Tyler Lucas

Can't wait to see it! I've been wondering and waiting to show my son!

Nubia Mason

Im excited! Fills my heart with joy

Are there any other ways to watch this besides on iTunes??

Only in the American store?

Thomas

I can't wait to watch this!!

Going to get it for my younger aspie son. He's in college and genius smart but painfully shy. My older son, also aspie is going to be 35 next week but genius smart and lucky he found his niche. He's involved in the post punk music scene and had a magazine and now an e-zine and lives in Berlin. Totally popular and has tons of friends. I used to think he'd be living at home forever and staying in bed most of the time while still eating only chicken nuggets and pizza. It nearly killed me but the end result is awesome! He frequently apologizes for being such a pain in the butt, but I told him clearly there was a good reason I was his mom, and we weathered it together. And.....there's that love thing!

Josue Rojas

I don't have an iPhone or iPad

Love these guys

Rachel Tetchner Rachel Rae Brown Michelle Love Edwards Liz Ellenor Liz Melia Rachel Tetchner Ellie Davies Moore Mel Rees Gina Gould Mackie Gina Hewitt x

Zach Cassner

Ben Franklin had aspergers

So does Darryl Hanna and Dan Aykroyd. And my AMAZING SON.

Arnold Olivarez

Bj Miller-Ketterman

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I love yous guys!!!!! Loves and support from Meridian Mississippi

Hi! I live in the UK and came across your film via a support group I'm in. I will be ordering it tonight 😊 I can't wait to see it.xx

I tried to pre order but it's not available in the Australian market!! Will it be?

We live in Illinois what time will it be on iTunes?

it's on iTunes now!

Yeah I saw were you posted it. Didn't know that it costs and I don't know how to download stuff so I guess I won't get to see it

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ASPERGERS ARE US releases on iTunes in 3 days! Pre-Order Now! :)

1 years ago

Asperger's Are Us Documentary

Asperger's Are Us Documentary
Pre-Order on iTunes TODAY and watch it Tuesday, Nov. 15th!
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7 days till release! iTunes. November 15. Mark it down!

 

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Can't wait for video. So little is talked about in Oz

So excited for the release - and it's the day of my son's birthday who shares the same diagnosis!

Looks awesome can't wait

Hey folks, the DVD is now available to pre-order exclusively on Amazon. Just in time for Christmas! 🙂

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Yes!!!!

I'm very interested! Is this documentary Coming up in a theater, please I need info I would love to see it with my aspie son 😉 we live in L.A

DVD is now available to pre-order exclusively on Amazon. Just in time for the holidays. 😀

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haha...

That's really funny. Took me a minute LOL

To buy this shirt: www.etsy.com/shop/noahwear

I have one :p

Perfect!

Just bought one for my son, he is on the spectrum.

Lmao! My son struggles with horrible social anxiety right now but he'd LOVE this shirt!

This is absolutely hilarious. Highest form of comedy.

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2 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

Mark your calendars for this monthly meeting offered by Autism Tulsa.

Autism Tulsa Monthly MeetingNov 13, 6:30pm5925 E 51st St S, Tulsa, OK 74135-7703, United StatesAutism Tulsa meets every 2nd Monday of every month (October-May) at the Park Plaza Church of Christ. Childcare will be available for all ages. Please RSVP for childcare with Lindsi Hancock at Lindsi.Hancock@autismoklahoma.org
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3 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

Australian Story
Tony Attwood doesn’t see Asperger’s syndrome as a drawback but as an asset.

The renowned professor has written the “bible” on the autism spectrum disorder and has helped thousands of people around the world.

‘Found in Translation’ Monday 8pm #AustralianStory ab.co/2xoMspD

Minds and Hearts Events Autism Queensland AutismTalk Autism Awareness Autism Speaks Asperger's Syndrome Awareness ASD Asperger's Support Group Autism Association of Western Australia Autism Mum Tips & Ideas Aspergers Support Network Spectrum Autism Centre of Excellence, Griffith University Asperger's Parent Connect
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4 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

We need your support! Please watch the video, share it, and consider donating for a great cause. Oklahoma needs to join 48 other states in adding a program such as this.

Lead Learn Live
Help us start the first inclusive college program in Oklahoma for kids with intellectual and developmental disabilities! We are one of only two states without a program – that needs to change....and you can help us!! Donate today at www.crowdrise.com/donate/project/leadlearnlive-giving-campaign/lead-learn-live-corp/0
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7 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

ATTN:
What if we talked about physical health the absurd way we talk about mental health?
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Happy Mother's Day!

A Special Community
"I hope you realize the impact you have." <3 #Moms #AutismAwareness

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8 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

LAST CALL for TEMPLE GRANDIN tickets in Tulsa, OK April 21, 2017! We look forward to meeting all of you next Friday. Register: fhautism.com/attend-a-conference/tulsa-oklahoma-april-21-2017/ #Autism #TEMPLEGRANDIN #Aspergers #TULSATEMPLE #TULSA #OKLAHOMA #SEANBARRON #JEDBAKER -- The most famous person with autism: Dr. Temple Grandin has served as inspiration and role model to hundreds of thousands of families and persons with autism. In this unique presentation, Sean Barron and Dr. Jed Baker join Temple to speak on Autism and Asperger's. Continuing Education Credits for the following associations: ASHA, APA, AOTA, an ASWB ... See MoreSee Less

 

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8 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

Perfect in your house!
Get yours here: miracleshirt.net/aus-roup
M.ug, T.ee & P.hone case available.
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11 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

My kiddo got one of these for Christmas. Loves it!

Slack Toys
Know Someone With Autism? This toy is going to help!

Grab It Here >> bit.ly/buyfidgetcube
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11 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

January MOMS Meeting!
6:30 tonight (Thurs 1/5/17)

NEW MEETING LOCATION:
Panera on 71st street (11123 E. 71st.)
Basically 71st and Garnett

No childcare, so moms only please!January MOMS Meeting!

NEW MEETING LOCATION:
Panera on 71st street (11123 E. 71st.)
Basically 71st and Garnett at 6:30 tonight (Thurs 1/5/17)!

No childcare, so moms only please!
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January MOMS Meeting!
6:30 tonight (Thurs 1/5/17)

NEW MEETING LOCATION:
Panera on 71st street (11123 E. 71st.)
Basically 71st and Garnett

No childcare, so moms only please!

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11 months ago

Asperger Mom Network

Happy 2017!

Please note we will be meeting at Panera on 71st street (11123 E. 71st.) Basically 71st and Garnett at 6:30 tonight! We wanted to get back to a venue that has food!

No childcare is available.

Asperger/Autism MOMS GroupJan 5, 6:30pmPanera BreadHappy 2017!

Please note we will be meeting at Panera on 71st street (11123 E. 71st.) Basically 71st and Garnett at 6:30 tonight! We wanted to get back to a venue that has food!

No childcare is available.
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The MOMS meet tomorrow!
New location:
6:30p.m.
Martin Regional Library, 26/Garnett
No childcare, so moms only please.
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We meet this Thursday at 6:30p.m.
PLEASE NOTE - NEW LOCATION AND TIME!
Martin Regional Library, 26/Garnett
No childcare, so moms only please.
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No meeting tonight.
We are working on a new location for next month's meeting. Stay tuned!
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Sorry, no meeting for October.
Hope to see you all in November!
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3 months ago

Aspergers Central

Hey guys.. i haven't posted here for quite a while so i thought I'd touch base, and also to let you guys know I've decided to step aside from being an admin of Asperger Central indefinitely, and in case anyone is wondering, no I'm not ok.. Depression, as most of you would know, is a barstad of an illness to live with, and it's something I've always struggled with but never more so than the last 6 weeks, so its partly why I'm stepping aside from this awsome page and attempt to deal with the things that are troubling me.. Not sure if I'll be back but if not then thank you all for being good to me and thank you for allowing me to be of some if any help to you and those you love.
Peace 👌

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My favorite saying in life is, This too shall pass. Please reach out to loved ones or therapists to help you. Hoping you will change your mind. Aspergers Central has meant a lot to many people. Take care of yourself!

God bless! There's light at the end of the tunnel. We aspies have our ups and downs but we get through it somehow. Just find in each moment what makes you happy, living in the moment instead of worrying about what might happen or what has happened. We cant control other people but we can control how we react to them. Its a struggle but as for me my religion has gotten me through everything.

Strength mate. One foot in front of the other (said to self daily), and huge appreciation for your efforts and help. Look after what you need to do for your own health and happiness.

Sending good juju! Aspergers & depression is a really a bitch of a doozie. That combo can take even the strongest folks down for a bit, but you will bounce back! 💌

Sorry to hear of this. Thinking and praying for you and hoping you get back to feeling better soon. Depression is such an awful beast.

Do whatever you need to do to make yourself feel better... it's OK to take time for yourself 🙂

Do what you need to do for yourself. I'll miss you and keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Safe journey Craig. It's a bastard isn't it. But one step at a time as you said. Xx

Take care of you mate and take the time u need for yourself 👍💪💪💪

Wishing you well. I hope things get better for you very soon.

Good luck mate, all the best. Stay strong and keep thinking of the positives 😎

Can we help James?please tell us, you have friends out here in this world!!!!

you will be missed it is okay to take care of your self

Everyday just do what you can. It is always more than enough. Take care!

Praying,

Prayers.

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6 months ago

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Hi, I know a person in late 20's who may have Asperger. The family had gone through lot of trouble during the last few years. The family and the person may not know symptoms of Asperger. I want to know if directly that person can be told about Asperger? Can someone help me on this? Regards.

Isn't that father's day?

6 months ago

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Absolutely!!! 👍❤️💜❤️👍

8 months ago

Aspergers Central

FLASH SALE!!

All 140ml Putty's and Slimes listed below are only $7.00 with FREE SHIPPING Australia Wide!

2x Bright Green
2 x Clicky Clue Blue
1 x Deep blue with sparkles.
1 x Metallic Red Thick Putty
1 x Metallic Green Thick Putty
1 x Orange Putty
1 x Purple Putty
1 x Yellow Slime
1 x Orangey/yellow Putty with sequins.
1 x Highlight Yellow with Glitter.

Just these colours available as they are excess stock from our recent Markets!

These will be listed on our etsy store soon so be quick - once gone they're all gone at this price!
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9 months ago

Aspergers Central

Guess What Guys?? It's that time of year again and to celebrate Easter - we are running a raffle between the 1st and 16th of April, any orders placed will go into the draw to win our Easter Egg Raffle! First Prize is the blue egg (see below) with a limited edition colour floam inside the golden egg, surprise slime and a rainbow mixed slime 😉 Runner up receives the Green egg and a selection of slimes within.

So quick, get ordering! Or visit us at Melton Trash and Treasure Market this Sunday 2nd April 2017 for your special chance to win your own Golden Egg with Limited Edition Floam inside!

Find us on Etsy PowerPastelSlimes and Instagram @power_pastelslimes.

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