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One task at a time

Which task do you want me to do first? I am fortunate to be married to a clever, kind and supportive husband.  He also has Asperger's.  In the early years of our relationship, especially as he spent more and more time with me at my house it became apparent that chores, tasks and housework were going … Continue reading One task at a time

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10 things Employers can do to help make an ASD employee’s life more comfortable at work

10 things Employers can do to help make an ASD employee’s life more comfortable at work (and therefore get the most from them, including loyalty and productivity) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) isn’t a great label but it does help to describe a differently-brained set of people that might need a little extra help to be their … Continue reading 10 things Employers can do to help make an ASD employee’s life more comfortable at work

Embracing Change

Sam Warner

Change?! They can't do this to me! How you react to change is up to you I'm someone who knows that change can be both scary and good.  I'm sure you also know this.  But did you know that we can choose how we feel about change? Managing your own feelings about any situation gives you … Continue reading Embracing Change