Archive for August 2021

The first thing that convinced me I had Asperger's: Dyspraxia

I have talked in previous posts about various online questionnaires that indicate one’s likelihood of having Asperger’s syndrome/autism spectrum disorder, and also how they’re not a substitute for a professional diagnosis but a starting point. It was through these types of tests and the available professional literature on the condition that I did my own... Read more »

This World Elephant Day, learn about Wildlife SOS and its work saving abused pachyderms

There are some organizations that are so phenomenally amazing that I would give them a million dollars if I ever won the Powerball jackpot. One of these is Wildlife SOS. I first learned about this India-based organization and its wonderful work when its founders, Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani, came to speak to my law... Read more »

Please don't ask me how I am unless you want to know

If you are a person older than about 40 years of age with Asperger’s Syndrome (aka Autism Spectrum Disorder) and have finished college, maintained a career, supported yourself, attained financial independence, raised a child, or just managed to get through daily life, give yourself a round of applause. You have overcome great adversity. You have... Read more »