Homeschooling Options for Aspie Kids


  Homeschooling in the U.S. continues to grow and become the chosen option for education. It’s viable, and families with high-functioning Autism find that this setting is conducive to learning. How is it conducive? At home, there are less distractions

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Disneyland: Special Assistance for Autism?

With another school break right around the corner, families are gearing up for their upcoming vacation at their favorite destination, Disneyland.  What better place exists for a family to spend their vacation other than at Disneyland?  Without a doubt, most

Posted in Asperger's Syndrome/Autism Spectrum, Reviews

Tips to Help with the Challenges of Executive Functioning

If you’ve ever had a neuropsychological evaluation done, you’re probably familiar with the term “executive functioning”. EF affects people with Asperger Syndrome, ADHD, and others with asynchronous development by impairing their ability to function in various ways. Those who have

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Asperger’s and the New Year: Looking Forward with Hope

It never ceases to amaze me how fast the holidays zip by; usually uneventful. However, the Connecticut tragedy was an event that ended 2012 with great sadness. In addition to the sorrow, many within the Asperger community were also apprehensive

Posted in Asperger's Syndrome/Autism Spectrum, Devotionals



Like most moms on a mission, I feel compelled to make an effort to somehow contribute to the community. So I recently started this site for Christian moms with Asperger's in their family; with hopes that this will not only provide information, but also, much-needed encouragement.

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