There’s been a revival of the self-diagnosis debate as it pertains to the Asperger’s/autism spectrum on social media (three guesses … More
This is a wonderful post, written by the author of one of the first comforting, supportive blogs I found once … More
What if we removed Part D (the requirement for significant impairments in areas of functioning) from the diagnostic criteria?
Could you really qualify for the autism spectrum at one point, and then not qualify later?
Some of you may be thinking, “cognitive dissonance much? A month ago you were warning us not to get a … More
One doesn’t have to have been blogging for very long, nor does one even have to have hit the Blogger … More
Well, obviously I’ve been on a “diagnosis post kick”. Please forgive me for doing this. I do have a lot … More
This is likely the final (planned) post in my series of posts about how the official US’s CDC criteria for … More
This post is the fifth post in a multi-post series in which I’ve interpreted the United States’ official CDC criteria … More
Today, I’ll continue with my series of posts on how the US CDC criteria appear to apply to someone in … More