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Autism blogs, journals and diaries about living with autism, autism resources, tips, information, and much more.
Adventures in Asperger's
Lots of posts and pictures, a very good combination.
Amy's Tiny Corner of Existence
She's a woman with Asperger's Syndrome, a writer, a public speaker, an autism advocate, a certified college coach for individuals with Asperger's syndrome and a graduate student. Wow!
A blog for parents with Asperger's and Autism. Share help and information about the unique needs of Aspie parents.
Autism Is Not The Boss
Is it possible to live with autism without losing your mind, your life savings, or your spouse? Yes! It may be an uphill climb at times, but there are also some surprisingly easy spots.
Autism News Beat
An evidence-based resource for journalists.
The author writes about finding humor and happiness in their family's adventure with autism.
Cat in a Dog's World
Thoughts on Autistic Self-Advocacy from an Autistic Cat Lover.
Don't Bite The Dog
The daily trials, tribulations, and moments of complete and utter insanity faced by the mother of two quirky children: one with autism, and one without.
A woman with three sons, the oldest with Asperger's Syndrome, writes about her journey with him through his challenges and triumphs that shaped her life and much of their lives as a family.
Dude, I'm An Aspie
Expressions of an Aspie in cartoon form. Matt is a professional non-profit marketer/fundraiser and an amateur cartoonist who learned he has Aspergerís as an adult.
Three little boys on the spectrum. Their story, gallery, IEP's, and resources.
Faces of AutismFrom Inside the Heart
Pages of faces of autism, each wearing a different face.
Miranda and her life on the autism spectrum, plus articles about bullying. Miranda was bullied in her preteens by people she thought were her friends.
Joy of Autism
Another list of blogs ranging from blogs by mothers, family members, and other people who share hope, help, tips, comfort, and support.
Life on the Other Side of the Wall
Read the explanations of some of the things you will come across in the blog, then click on HOME at the bottom that will take you to the current blog post.
Mick and Boy and Autism
Mick, a canine, comments on his life with the boy on the other end of his leash. A well written and interesting, insightful blog with some great photos.
Moms of Special Needs Children
Autism the final frontier . . . Explore the strange new world of autism, seek out help and services, and boldly go where no man has gone before.
Mother of Shrek
Shrek in German means fear. My son is not frightening - he's autistic.
Raising Rebel Souls
A mom writing about life with her two boys who are on the autism spectrum.
Reports From a Resident Alien
Very easy reading, interesting and informative aspie blogger.
Same Child, Different Day
About one family's continuing experiences after a child's autism diagnosis.
Stories about adventures in autism and other . I offer resources and information, such as therapies and biomedical interventions as well as easy GFCF recipes.
A mother describes her life with an autistic child as "flying by the seat of my pants".
Parenting issues on dealing with the problems of a teenager with autism, including how they handled daily school bullying, puberty, safety management, reviews of helpful books on autism, and much more.
The Autistic Me
"At birth, doctors suggested I would be mentally disabled, in addition to the physical injuries I suffered. High-functioning autism is just another way to describe a few aspects of me. The autistic me is the creative me, the curious me, the complete me."
The First Autistic Child
In 1943 Donald Gary Triplett was the first child ever diagnosed with autism. Read the Atlantic 2010 article written by John Donovan and Caren Zucker.
Try Defying Gravity
Raising three boys is challenging enough, but when our middle son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, life became that much more complicated.
We Go With Him
Photos and daily life with an autistic son.
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