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The Most Important Similarity between Accommodations and Competitive Advantage

In the world of issues like autism, ADD/ADHD, mental illness, physical illness/disability, terms like “504 plan,” “IEP,” and “accommodations” are commonplace. As a multi-outcome-single-tasker, however, I want to suggest that along that same vein

By | January 9th, 2018|Categories: Adult, Her Education, Her Life's Work, Her Purpose, Her Style, Middle School, Teen, Young Adult|Tags: , |Comments Off on The Most Important Similarity between Accommodations and Competitive Advantage

Autism and Socialization: When Socialization is a Conscious Process

The Sociology Guide defines the process of socialization as “predominately an unconscious process by which a newborn learns the values, beliefs, rules and regulations of society, or internalizes the culture in which it

By | December 5th, 2017|Categories: Her Education, Her Relationships, Her Style, Herself|Tags: , |3 Comments

Lessons on Autism Acceptance from “The Princess and the Pea” (for Old and Young Alike!)

Autism Acceptance For the autism community, autism acceptance appears to be a distant goal. Because of my experiences and those shared with me by others, autism acceptance has

By | November 18th, 2017|Categories: Her Education, Her Relationships, Her Style|3 Comments

The “Degree” of a High Functioning Autist May Reference a College Degree!

High Functioning Autism and College For those of you with high functioning autism who want to obtain a college degree there are some things I would like to share with you. This topic

Autism and School: Down with the BLURB!!

School was hard for me. Super hard. It got easier, much easier, once I reached college, but the first twelve years - rough. Autism and School I made it clear through law school, but every moment

By | December 28th, 2016|Categories: Adult, College, Elementary School, Her Education, Middle School, Teen, Young Adult|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Autism and School: Down with the BLURB!!

After a Diagnosis of Autism, Life Became “Decidedly” Easier

I Had Learned a Lot about the World... Making decisions without information can easily result in making wrong or at least less than optimal decisions. I made major life decisions without a critical piece of

By | November 8th, 2016|Categories: Her Education, Her Life's Work|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on After a Diagnosis of Autism, Life Became “Decidedly” Easier
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