What do Autism and Asperger Syndrome look like?

We focus on creating practical, effective DVDs, articles and other resources for people with Asperger Syndrome and autism and those who support them, but we also create videos appropriate for everyone.  We have videos that teach social skills, navigating puberty, and how to succeed at work or in college.  We have videos that help family members, teachers, classmates, employers and others understand people who think differently.  We have a wealth of free articles you can read, download and share – and online links to other sites we’ve found particularly helpful.  We hope these resources can help you make a difference.

Latest Article

Generating Good Surprises

Damon Runyon, author of the play, "Guys and Dolls" once said, "The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, but that’s the way to bet."

Whatever races and battles you’re dealing with, life is full of surprises.

Of Special Interest

Focusing on Siblings

There's a trend in young adult literature to focus on sibling relationships. This is a positive trend that can help readers consider the importance of their own brothers and sisters in their lives.  With that in mind, here are some of Dan's articles about brothers and sisters in families dealing with Asperger Syndrome and autism.