Adventures in Autismhttp://adventuresinautism.blogspot.com/
Mother Ginger Taylor bravely faces her son's autism and educates herself so thoroughly on the topic that she has become an expert, speaker, advocate, and activist. For other mothers who are facing autism, this is a must read.
Married, With Aspergershttp://bjforshaw.blogspot.com/
I am writing this blog because I want to and I enjoy writing. I find that putting down how I am feeling in words helps me deal with those feelings. Some of what I write here is very specific to my own experience; other posts are more generally descriptive of the life experiences of people on the Autism Spectrum. I am not going to draw boxes around parts of my posts at any point and say "this only happens to me". This is my blog and it is all about me. I don't apologise for that. But I have found that some of my experiences are similar to other people's.
When my son, Norrin, was diagnosed with Autism at 2 1/2 years old, I felt like Alice, falling down the rabbit hole. Suddenly I was in a new world, one I didn't understand; a world that fascinated and frightened me. Every day is a puzzle waiting to be solved; every day there is inspiration; every day a new wonder is revealed. This is our journey through Autism Wonderland.
Take a Left at the Moonhttp://takealeftatthemoon.blogspot.com/
I was diagnosed at the age of 29 with Asperger's Syndrome. I lived my whole life up until that point wondering why I was so different from everyone else. I have a son who has Asperger's Syndrome as well, and I'm married to a man who has not been diagnosed yet, but we believe is most certainly Asperger's as well. I write this blog because it helps me to keep track of my life, understand things better, and I also hope to help bring awareness to others outside the spectrum to bridge the gap between the spectrum and the NT worlds. Also, I love to connect with other Neurodiverse people.
Gnus, wombats and duckshttp://gnus-wombats-ducks.blogspot.com
I have been diagnosed with Aspergers at age 40, and want to share some of my thoughts about it. I am also a mom to two wonderful kids, and wife to a very special man. I own too many animals, rooms full of books and my special interests are my own thoughts, autism, and people. And nature and reading and gardening.
Try Defying Gravityhttp://trydefyinggravity.wordpress.com/
This blogger believes we have to be the ones to speak up and help others learn how to help children that have autism. She shares things you need to know about IEP meetings and parent/teacher conferences for special needs kids.