Wandering and Autism

Wandering and Autism

It’s a quiet day and everything seems to be falling right in line with today’s daily schedule. “Bob” an adult with ASD is sitting quietly reading a book and you go to the fridge to get some water. When you come back to the room, there is an empty chair and an open...

It’s Easy

“It’s easy.” How many times have you heard this phrase?  It’s often said with the kindest of intent, to reassure that the task set before us will be done quickly and with very little effort. And it’s usually used when one person is exhibiting some form of trepidation...

What’s Keeping People with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism out of the Workplace? Part 4:  Flexibility and Being Proactive

OK, this is my last blog on what’s keeping people with ASD out of the workplace.  In the past 3 articles, I’ve emphasized the challenges people with Autism and Asperger’s face in employment.  Although I dislike discussing these negative aspects, it is important to...