Category Archives: Adults


Blog posts related to adults with autism.

Summer reading


School has been out for over a month now, and with summer being extended in BC due to the teachers strike, we are not quite half way through yet. It can be hard to adjust to having the kids under foot all day, but I also find summer to be a great time to pick […]

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A day at the fair… and social behavior mapping!


Today our family embarks on a journey, a trek that we make annually that takes a lot of mental preparation on my part, and a long nap when it’s all said and done. Today we are going to the fair. It is a jam-packed, high-energy day that inevitably ends in meltdowns or, as was the […]

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The need for Social Thinking


It was in the summer of 2012 that I first learned about Social thinking when I attended a Michelle Garcia-Winner conference put on by ACT. I immediately fell in love with Winner’s concepts and have been expanding my knowledge and using her curriculum ever since. Winner coined the term “social thinking“. As described on her […]

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