Boxing for Autism Spectrum founder discusses Aspertools for Autism Awareness Month

April 1, 2015 — Every Sunday at the gym at Pompano Fitness, Jay Silverman runs a special program of non-contact, safe boxing for those on the autism spectrum. Today he visited PCE Media to discuss Aspertools. Jay, who’s originally from Brooklyn, is a gentle giant of a man who, when speaking about his “clients” onContinue Reading

Autism Awareness Month: Jacqueline Laurita posts on loving her autistic son

As you may know, one of the major points of my book Aspertools is that kids with Asperger’s and autism have different brains, which process information differently. Another is that, the parent of a child with a different brain must love that child unconditionally. Today I’m saluting Jacqueline Laurita, one of the Real Housewives ofContinue Reading

Aspertools salutes the Topher Wurts autism app

Thank you Topher Wurts for developing a new Aspertool we can all use to make wise choices for those whose brains are a bit different. Topher’s 13-year-old son, Kirby, has autism, and the father is taking a positive approach to a real problem: finding restaurants, museums, playgrounds and other locations that are “autism-friendly.” An articleContinue Reading

Kudos to Comedy Central’s “Night of Too Many Stars”

Comedy Central Raises funds for Autism Awareness with Night of Too Many Stars It’s not just that they have raised over $18 million for the autism spectrum disorder cause since Comedy Central inaugurated the “Night of Too Many Stars” in 2006. It’s not just that it’s funny, entertaining, and does so much to raise awarenessContinue Reading