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12 Jul 2012, 5:12 pm

This be my blog, check it out if you dare.


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Check out my blog, aspie awesome at http://aspieawe.blogspot.com


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18 Jul 2012, 7:06 am

www.spectrumforums.com

Spectrumforums use to be online a couple of years ago, we are now back :) We are a community for anyone on the Autistic spectrum, we have only been online a couple of days and looking for new members :)


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www.spectrumforums.com - We are back! Needs more members :) come and take a look :)


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28 Dec 2012, 5:38 am

My own site with evidence based information on autism spectrum disorders:

http://autismthink.net/



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22 Feb 2013, 6:45 pm

My website is at http://www.qx11.info but most of the content is at http://autism.qx11.info/education/ which is suggestions for educating autistic students.



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12 Mar 2013, 7:33 pm

I can't post links yet, but here are two books about sexuality and relationships written by and for people on the spectrum:

Sex, sexuality, and the autism spectrum by Wendy Lawson

Life and love: Positive strategies for autistic adults by Zosia Zaks

(may contain information that is not suitable for young children)



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28 May 2013, 3:40 pm

JazzofLife wrote:
The organziation I founded in December 2010. GCA's mission statement is to "provide support opportunities to adults with Aspergers Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and PDD-NOS. Support opportunities include building friendships, raising awareness, sharing information and experiences, developing skills, and connecting with others in a safe and secure environment."

For more information, go to http://www.meetup.com/G-C-As.

Thanks, Scott

P.S. I am looking to begin a WordPress blog in 2012.


GCA continues to go strong with now semimonthly meetings and social outings. For any adults with officially diagnosed Aspergers/HFA or self-diagnosed Asperers/HFA, I have created the GCA Yahoo Group for anyone who doesn't have access to an adult AS/HFA support group or finds that the nearest adult AS/HFA is too far from them. For more information, go to http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/gr ... oga-aspies. This Yahoo Group is regional in nature and for anyone who lives within a two-hour radius of Chattanooga (Knoxville, Atlanta, Birmingham, Huntsville, Nashville, and other towns and cities). A case-by-case decision will be made for anyone living outside the two-hour radius.


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Mission of Greater Chattanooga Aspies:
"Changing the lives of adults and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their parents/caregivers, one at a time, in the Chattanooga, Tennessee and North Georgia (Dalton, GA) areas through mutual support, information, and activities."
http://www.gcaspies.org


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28 May 2013, 3:59 pm

AJO104 wrote:
I have a blog, I call myself the Autistic Sports Nerd and I talk about sports.


I love sports myself, and like to read blogs that relevant and up-to-date.


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Mission of Greater Chattanooga Aspies:
"Changing the lives of adults and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their parents/caregivers, one at a time, in the Chattanooga, Tennessee and North Georgia (Dalton, GA) areas through mutual support, information, and activities."
http://www.gcaspies.org


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28 May 2013, 4:34 pm

I recently started an ongoing series called "Care and Feeding of Your Aspie" on my blog... I know I mentioned it a couple pages ago, but it's changed since then... so... http://wayoutonthecorner.blogspot.com


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04 Nov 2013, 6:20 pm

I've decided to start a blog devoted to my experiences with Asperger's. It's really, really bare bones right now--only one post from yesterday, so maybe I shouldn't be posting about it here just yet--but I plan to post more soon. And if you have any suggestions, please comment! I'm trying to aim it at people on the spectrum as well as people who care about them.my blog



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05 Nov 2013, 6:53 pm

ASD Community is a fairly new autism spectrum forum. Please consider checking it out.



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22 Mar 2014, 4:02 pm

My blog: http://www.aspiemanifesto.blogspot.com

Wide range of both my thoughts on being an adult Asperger, and links / info from academia, new research, other blogs. My main point is that neurotypicals and the social environments they construct are not as wonderful and happy as they claim them to be. Asperger people react negatively to social conflict and social behavior, which is based on inequality, lies, deception and violence. That is, we have REASONS for not wanting to be social.



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26 Mar 2014, 5:15 am

It's a hip happenin' place!

http://helptheywantmetosocialise.wordpress.com/

Also, my personal blog where I sometimes talk about autism.

Plan on a whole lot of autism related posts in April. Because of that whole awareness day thing.

gonewild wrote:
My blog: http://www.aspiemanifesto.blogspot.com

Wide range of both my thoughts on being an adult Asperger, and links / info from academia, new research, other blogs. My main point is that neurotypicals and the social environments they construct are not as wonderful and happy as they claim them to be. Asperger people react negatively to social conflict and social behavior, which is based on inequality, lies, deception and violence. That is, we have REASONS for not wanting to be social.


I second your sentiment, hence the title of my blog.


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08 Jun 2014, 5:44 pm

I have a blog on tumblr about autism and other related issues (social anxiety, etc...)
The URL is ilovebeinganaspie.tumblr.com


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12 Sep 2014, 7:07 pm

New blogs in addition to my blogspot blog:

http://artsyberger.wordpress.com/
Photography, essays, poetry about my life in Wyoming.

http://aspergerhuman.wordpress.com/
Alternative perspectives on Asperger's, such as, is it a disorder or personality type? and lots of critiques of Psychology as a belief system, not a science.



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29 Nov 2014, 11:40 pm

https://allskyedout.wordpress.com/2014/ ... cceptance/





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