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"I look forward to the A SPLINT newsletter every month – you always teach me something and always make me think…I gave a brief talk on autism from a layman’s perspective emphasizing respecting neurodiversity in a workshop at Montgomery College last spring and again a month or so ago and one of the things I shared was your newsletter information and how to sign up.  There is a myth that autistic people 'cannot understand others' and I know it is a myth because you understand NTs way better than most of us understand people with autism."

-- Roberta Buckberg, parent of a child with disabilities

"I look forward to the [A SPLINT] newsletter every month ? you always teach me something and always make 

me think?I gave a brief talk on autism from a layman?s perspective emphasizing respecting neurodiversity 

in a workshop at Montgomery College last spring and again a month or so ago and one of the things I shared 

was your newsletter  information and how to sign up.  There is a myth that autistic people 'cannot 

understand others' and I know it is a myth because you understand NT?s way better than most of us 

understand people with autism." -- Roberta Buckberg, parent of a child with disabilities
"I look forward to the [A SPLINT] newsletter every month ? you always teach me something and always make 

me think?I gave a brief talk on autism from a layman?s perspective emphasizing respecting neurodiversity 

in a workshop at Montgomery College last spring and again a month or so ago and one of the things I shared 

was your newsletter  information and how to sign up.  There is a myth that autistic people 'cannot 

understand others' and I know it is a myth because you understand NT?s way better than most of us 

understand people with autism." -- Roberta Buckberg, parent of a child with disabilities


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Also, check out our regular newsletter -- first Wednesday of every month -- on how Aspies and NTs can get along better. It's free and better than free, since it may include special (read:commercial) offers from us. No one's contact information is given out without their express consent...though we need to presume that consent for certain operations, such as sending the newsletter through servers we don't own. 

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"I look forward to the [A SPLINT] newsletter every month ? you always teach me something and always make 

me think?I gave a brief talk on autism from a layman?s perspective emphasizing respecting neurodiversity 

in a workshop at Montgomery College last spring and again a month or so ago and one of the things I shared 

was your newsletter  information and how to sign up.  There is a myth that autistic people 'cannot 

understand others' and I know it is a myth because you understand NT?s way better than most of us 

understand people with autism." -- Roberta Buckberg, parent of a child with disabilities

Last updated: June 10, 2016

 

 

 

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