Dear Society...Signed, Autism

Daniel gave a talk at TEDx at Glendon Theatre at York University, Toronto - Dear Society...Signed, Autism.

What is Autism Goggles?

Want to gain a clearer view of what it means to live with autism? Autism Goggles is dedicated to crafting impactful articles, videos, and workshops that help bring the experience of being autistic into sharp focus.

Our goal? To share enough information that you can toss away your typical lenses in favour of your autism goggles to solve autism-related challenges.

Interested in having us speak? Inquire about our full or half day workshops.

We’ll post original articles and videos related to common concerns and questions. We welcome your ideas for topics.

Browse our collection of original autism and Asperger quotes! Feel free to print or share.  

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Coming up

Keynote speaker at the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia

April 20, 2017

Transitioning to Adulthood: A Panel Discussion

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Workshop: What the Doctors Don't Tell You and Teachers Don't Know

May 27, 2017, Peterborough Lions Club, Peterborough ON

This workshop changes a parent's understanding of Asperger’s/ASD in order to change their actions. Our goal is to help parents really understand their child's behaviours well enough to become educated advocates.

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What's New

What Good Teachers Know About Teaching kids with Autism--a wishlist

Please SHARE if you feel this could help change understanding. By Maxine and Daniel This is a wishlist of teaching practices. I am not a teacher--I'm an Aspie advocate ...

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Girls and Autism: Missed Diagnosis Can Be a Nightmare.

By Maxine and Daniel Text books tell us ASD is four to five times more prevalent in boys than girls. I never have been one to believe everything I read ...

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All roads lead to anxiety

Understanding what it means to have a communication disorder in Autism/Asperger's By Maxine and Daniel People with ASD often suffer the frustrating experience of being misunderstood. Others act ...

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