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  1. Good on you for spreading awareness.. my son does not have an ASD but Im still shocked every day by how many people have neither heard of Aspergers or know anything about it! Awareness is the key! And maybe one day everyone will celebrate difference the way we do 🙂

    6:32 pm on April 24th, 2010
  2. Hi Lucie,
    Thank you. I am also surprised by how many people now know somebody who does have Asperger’s! It is quite surprising really. In the last few weeks, doesn’t matter where I go, somebody will tell me a story about their nephew/niece, grandson/daughter, family friend etc. But at the same time, so many children and their families still feel isolated, and although people may know about it, they still have trouble understanding what it really means to those who are diagnosed. Let’s hope by bringing more knowledge we can also bring more compassion.


    11:23 am on April 26th, 2010
  3. Thank you for sharing your story with the world. Awarenes is certainly the key as Lucie says. Knowing how to deal with situations life presents, like Aspergers, in a way that empowers all involved is crucial to helping them move forward. Understanding is the only way that can happen. I can personally put this information to great use in my life. I look forward to reading David’s Gift.
    In Appreciation, love and light
    Jen Hall

    Jen Hall
    10:19 am on May 21st, 2010
  4. Thanks Jen, look forward to your thoughts


    2:56 pm on May 21st, 2010
  5. This is my first time I have visited this site. I found a lot of interesting stuff in your blog. From the tons of comments on your posts, I guess I am not the only one! keep up the impressive work.

    5:33 am on November 15th, 2010

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