This is a recent FAQ on self-deprecation in neurodiverse females. As always, If you like it please share and leave your positive comments or other questions below. This video was made by the Neurodiversity Academy, founded by and funded by AspienGirl girl.com vimeo.com/263459536
The AspienGirl Project is pleased to announce that the sequel to 'I am Aspiengirl' entitled 'I Am AspienWoman' recently won a 2016 IPPY eLit Gold Medal Award in the "Women's Category" in April. I am AspienWoman is the culmination of a blog Tania wrote a couple of years ago entitled 'Moving Towards a female profile … Continue reading I Am AspienWoman wins a 2016 IPPY eLit Gold Medal Award!
Currently, I am writing two books, "AspienPowers" and "Behind the Mask". Quite often, as I am writing, certain memories or themes from my years of work come to the forefront of my mind. In my clinic work with individuals who are discussing their history's or reasons they are seeking a diagnosis, I have come … Continue reading Myths, barriers and reasons females may be unable to obtain an Autism diagnosis
Featured in the June 2014 Autism Companion Magazine, FREE at http://www.autismcompanion.com The following article is copyrighted and may not be posted anywhere without permission from the author.
Welcome to another Aspienwoman Mentor Interview Series, where I interview female role models and mentors diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and/or involved in the world of Autism or Asperger Syndrome. In this interview I interviewing Brandy Nightingale from the United States about her life, Asperger Syndrome, her gifts and talents and more! Brandy Nightingale is a … Continue reading Aspienwoman Mentor Interview Series: Brandy Nightingale
Team Aspiengirl are gearing up for the release of the first, in a series, of books for females on the Autism Spectrum. We are very excited to have just received the following endorsements from trailblazers in their own rights: Dr. Temple Grandin, Dr. Judith Gould, Dr. Francesca Happe and Dr. Shana Nicols! Have a … Continue reading The Aspiengirl Book Series
Some Post-DiagnosticThemes from the Autobiographical Narratives of AspienWomen The following article is copyrighted and may not be posted anywhere without permission from the author. Many female adults question and reflect upon the whether or not they should seek out a diagnostic assessment. A common pathway to a diagnosis is via their own child's diagnosis. Another … Continue reading Post-Diagnostic Themes from the Autobiographical Narratives of AspienWomen
Autobiographical Narratives of Adult Females on the Spectrum This blog is a sample of soon to be released book entitled "Behind the Mask: The autobiographical narratives of undiagnosed females on the Autism Spectrum" Updated 23/09/2016 Over the years I have listened to the narratives of many individuals on the Spectrum. I have interviewed and listened … Continue reading Emerging Themes of Autobiographical Narratives by Females on the Spectrum
The Assessment and Diagnosis of Adult Females on the Spectrum The following article is copyrighted and may not be posted anywhere without permission from the author. Updated 11/12/2016 Pathways to a diagnosis for an adult The most common pathways to diagnosis include:1. After the diagnosis of a family member, usually a child The client already … Continue reading The Assessment and Diagnosis of Adult Female Asperger Syndrome/High-Functioning Autism
Sneak-A-Peek of my first book, I am AspienGirl: The unique characteristics of young females on the Autism Spectrum. Check it out:-) "Although people told me I was "different" from birth, I didn't fully understand what they meant. The word I would use is 'unique'" ~ Teenage Aspiengirl "She is often described by others as … Continue reading Sneak-A-Peek of I am AspienGirl: The unique characteristics of young females on the Autism Spectrum