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A World of Difference
Living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder
CE Credits: 2
Carrying the Hope
By Alexandra Solomon
When a child is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, everything in a family changes. Good-enough parenting must give way to the demands of Uberparenting—always mindful, always well-paced, always at the child's learning edge.
By Diane Yapko
Constant uncertainty about who's a friend and who's a foe, the mundane chaos of the classroom, rules that always seem to be changing—an ordinary day at school is a baffling experience for kids with Asperger's syndrome.
The Missing Piece
By Richard Howlin
To go through life with Asperger's as an adult is like walking onto a stage and being the only actor who doesn't know the lines or plot. But as the condition becomes better understood, therapists are developing ways to provide stage directions that can make a difference.
Meet Me Halfway
By Nathan Weissler
The worry and wonder of living with AS.
By Mary Sykes Wylie
In the last few decades, getting ahead, always a leitmotif in American society, gave way to a collective hallucination of striking it filthy rich. As we awaken with anxiety and dread from this version of the American Dream, it's time to reexamine our mindset about money.
The Second Avenue Deli School of Economics
By Esther Rothman
You think the toboggan ride of your 401(k) has been rough!? A survivor of the Great Depression muses on what that era taught her about managing the unmanageable.