March 21, 2009

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 informati...

June 16, 2006

By Dan and Julie Coulter

What’s your best day ever? We had one of our best days recently when our son, Drew, graduated from college. It’s hard to describe just how big a deal this is for our family. Both of us went to college, and from the time we planned to have ki...

August 25, 2005

By Julie Coulter

We just took our son, Drew, who has Asperger Syndrome, back to college for his senior year. Time has really flown. It's hard to believe he'll graduate next spring. Preparing to take him back to school this year was easier than getting him ready to go hi...

January 19, 2005

 

By Dan Coulter

Wouldn't the world be a better place if our kids hung on our every word? If they worshiped our wisdom and lived to do everything we told them to do?

Probably not, but it's easy to feel that way. And it's so tempting to try and impart our gems of wisdom as...

July 15, 2004

By Julie Coulter

My husband and I began a new phase in life last fall as our son left home to attend college. After struggling with ADD and Asperger Syndrome through special education programs in a mainstream environment for 13 years, he had graduated from high school s...

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