Family Friendly Workplace Strategies

by Dan Coulter If you have a child on the autism spectrum and a job, the ideal workplace is accommodating and supportive. I've worked in places that were – and some that weren't. That includes a college, a university, a number of radio and television stations, three large corporations and the family business I now manage with my wife. While there's no way to guarantee your boss and coworkers will be considerate and helpful, there are ten things I've observed you can do to tilt the odds in your favor. If you're already doing some of these things, I bet they're helping you succeed. 1 Do your absolute best. You always want your boss and coworkers to see that your contributions outweigh any acco

Dealing with Asperger Flashbacks

By Dan Coulter Do you know someone with Asperger Syndrome who has trouble letting go of painful memories? This is not listed as a symptom of the condition, but I'm aware of a number of people who have negative Asperger-related flashbacks. I wondered how common this is, so I did an online search. I didn't find the flashback phenomenon widely mentioned, but when it was, enough people responded to convince me it's worth discussing. If your young or adult child with Asperger Syndrome is having disturbing flashbacks, it can be hard to know how to help them move on. Especially when you feel that focusing on the past is holding them back. What's this like? Let me share my experience. First, I

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