Different Means Different

By Dan Coulter Most of us tend to judge people by how they compare to us. When we run into someone completely different, we usually try and fit him into the framework of our past experience. Someone who can’t do something we can do, especially after we’ve shown him how to do it or he’s done it before, may seem slow or stubborn or just not trying hard enough. But sometimes, different means different, and there’s nothing in our experience that prepares us to deal with him. I’m thinking primarily of kids who have Asperger Syndrome or a similar diagnosis on the autism spectrum. My son has Asperger Syndrome (AS) and I’ve been interacting with him for 23 years now. He’s accomplished a tremendous a

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