Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Want to add your link to Asperger's Links?

Do you have any useful links about Asperger's Syndrome? If you want to publicise your site, leave a comment and I will check out your recommendation and add it to this list.


  1. Hello,

    I am a Holistic Doctor practicing in Allentown, PA. I am a member of a group of doctors using a new therapy called Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy which has been creating great results in reducing and sometimes eliminating the symptoms of neurological conditions such as Autism, Aspergers and ADHD.
    Please read through my website blog and if you think it would be valuable for your readers it would be great to link up.

    www.biovedawellness.com (the main site)

    Your in Health,
    Dr. Eric Herman

  2. Hi there Tania,

    I am representing a particular website that promotes the awareness of aspergers syndrome and highlights key aspects in assessing the needs of adults with aspergers autism.

    They provide a consultancy for this specific syndrome as a duty of care and can provide training resources for committed care professionals, organisations, or families who have a huge amount of compassion and enthusiasm to enable people with aspergers syndrome maximise their potential.

    The website is


    I would like to ask whether you would be able to add a link on your website and help me promote the awareness of this website.

    Kind regards


  3. I have recently developed a website to promote awareness of aspergers. Specifically, to aid teachers and school staff to understand Aspergers and provide a list of helful articles that can be used in the class room. There is also a discussion forum to compare notes.


    Thanks for your consideration.

    Tom Hack

  4. Hi Tania

    Here is my new website about our journey of a mother with Asperger's raising a child with Asperger's:


  5. Hey! I am a 23 year old man with Asperger's who wrote an online social skills guide to help others with Asperger's. It's available at www.improveyoursocialskills.com. Perhaps you could include it at your site?

  6. www.succeedsocially.com - It's not directly about Asperger's Syndrome, but contains extensive free advice on social skills that may be useful to people dealing with it. Examples: www.succeedsocially.com/sociallife, www.succeedsocially.com/aspergers

  7. Hi Tanya, I have set up a website primarily for parents of children with Aspergers Syndrome. It is a resource hub for them to tap into which includes e.g. updated research, news, education. You can find me at www.thinkaspergers.co.uk. I would be extremely grateful if you would consider including a link on your website. Many thanks and kind regards

  8. Hi Tanya,

    I run a useful site for adults with Aspergers.

    Check out http://www.aspergerstestsite.com/