Dear employers ~ How to work with employees “with” Asperger’s / autism ~ Part 4: Why bother? Here’s why

At last, my fourth and final post in this mini-series, Hiring and Working With People on the Asperger’s/Autism Spectrum!  This … More

Dear employers ~ How to work with employees “with” Asperger’s / autism ~ Part 3: Thoughts on Interviewing, Hiring, and Promotion

This post is the third in what will ultimately be a four-part series on Hiring and Working With People “With” … More

Dear employers ~ How to work with employees “with” Asperger’s / autism ~ Part 2: Creating an autism-friendly atmosphere

This post is a sequel to my last post, in which I mentioned that many companies are becoming increasingly aware … More

Dear employers ~ How to work with employees “with” Asperger’s / autism ~ Part 1: Making your office an autism-friendly environment

Companies in various fields are waking up to the realization that we, the people on the Asperger’s/autism spectrum, have various … More

A very special Thanksgiving

I’m cross-posting this from my other blog, because it’s relevant here, too (especially so) 🙂 Here in the United States, … More

So maybe I don’t have my shizz together: an Aspie / Autistic mini-meltdown

It happened Tuesday night at the office, luckily long after we had closed for the day.  It had been a … More

Asperger’s / autism survival strategies in appointment-related environments

As some of you know, I’ve recently undergone extensive dental work over the past few months.  This required numerous appointments … More

The Asperger’s / autism spectrum neurosibling “Hive-Mind”

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while.  After all, I started to notice it a long time … More

Complaining about your husband “with” Asperger’s? I’m talking back…

(Trigger Warning (TW): ableism, neurotypical (NT) martyrdom, Asperger’s/autism as a pathology, etc…big-time) Before I get too far into this, I … More

What your Asperger’s / Autistic partner or significant other probably wants you to know ~ Part II

(This post is the second half of a two-part series; Part 1 can be found here.) One of the neat … More