Knowing What We Don't Know

By Dan Coulter Miscommunication. We’re all guilty of it. Believing what we’ve said is perfectly clear and then learning that a family member misunderstood. This is a special hazard when someone in the family has Asperger Syndrome and a brain that processes information in a highly individual way. Here’s an example. When my son, Drew, went away to college, his mom and I offered him a lot of advice. Among other things, we suggested he use his college’s academic support center. This was a service that helped students review their assignments, understand what was required, and then coach them to do their best work. Drew had always done well in school, but because he has Asperger Syndrome, his mom

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