A neurotypical's life married to a man with Autism Spectrum.
by Judith Newton
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Brings together a wealth of information on all aspects for children through to adults.
by Tony Attwood
This site has information for the neurotypical who is in a relationship with
someone who has Autism Spectrum including Asperger's Syndrome.
It is created by neurotypicals who have a family member with ASD/AS.
As we are advocates for raising awareness of the difficulties we face daily,
this site is for Cassandras and Cassanders everywhere.
If you are on the Autism Spectrum and would like information and support
please contact Aspergers Services Australia
What do neurotypicals in relationships
with those on the Autism Spectrum,
including Asperger's, want?
SALVE FOR OTRS:
Support for NTs
Assistance dealing with AS spouses/children
Listening to and believing us
Validation of what we have experienced
Education about AS and the impact on us
© Karen Rodman 2013 Founder and Director FAAAS Inc
Workshop Inclusive of the
Whole Family Experience
FAMILY MATTERS: AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
(AS/HFA) AND RELATIONSHIPS
Presented by FAAAS, INC.
Featured speaker: Lisa Marie Abel, Ph.D.MAPS
Tuesday, 17th December, 2013
West Barnstable MA, USA
For details see events
Life Satisfaction of Neurotypical Women in Intimate Relationship with an Asperger's Syndrome Partner: A Systematic Review of the Literature Jennifer S. Bostock Ling, Steven R. Cumming and Anita Bundy see research
Stress, coping, and resilience: An investigation into the well-being of partners of individuals with Asperger's syndrome: Research Findings Dr Lisa Abel & Dr Vicki Bitsika, Bond University the results of this research indicate that there are significant mental health outcomes for partners in neurotypical – AS relationships. The results are available in summary at RESEARCH.
Dr Lisa Abel & Dr Rebekah Doley from Bond University (Australia) are conducting research into the relationship experiences of both partners within neurotypical – Asperger relationship dyads.
This research is now closed.