Traits of Females with Asperger’s Syndrome by Samantha Craft of Everyday Aspergers
(^^ written list of traits)
Samantha Craft M.Ed. is an educator, speaker, author, and artist. Her first book, Everyday Aspergers (ten years in the making) will be released in the summer of 2016. More information can be found at www.myspectrumsuite.com
This list of traits often applies to both males and females and those that don’t identify with a gender. The traits were written as a spring board for developing a diagnostic tool for females with Asperger’s Syndrome. I encourage professionals in the mental health field to print out the information. Please consider sharing this video and the list to spread awareness.
www.myspectrumsuite.com (autistic resources, including autistics bloggers, authors, and more! & Sam’s book, Everyday Aspergers)
www.everydayaspergers.com (retired blog)
Sam holds a Master’s Degree in Education. She is autistic. Her middle son is Aspie and so is her partner.
We have a wonderful community on Facebook at Everyday Aspergers
Twitter @aspgergersgilrs I love meeting new autistics and loved ones that support Aspies and/or autistics. Or kind-hearted people in general.
Sam is available as a guest speaker at not cost, beyond travel expenses. She is working to create educational gatherings that are free of cost for autistics. Her first gathering will be in the state of Washington, USA in August of 2016.
One of her passions is employing autistics in the workplace. She works as a job recruiter & community manager at Ultra Testing, a company that employs neurodiverse individuals in the USA to work remotely from home. www.ultratesting.us
If you haven’t read NeuroTribes, I highly recommend it.
Also, I can direct you toward awesome #actuallyautistic authors and professionals.
Light & Love my friends,
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