This is your brain on Asperger's, in college, during COVID-19

By: Knudsen, Jenn Director.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest February-April 2021 (21-22). 2021Subject(s): ASPERGER SYNDROME | TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO ADULT LIFE | TERTIARY EDUCATION | COVID-19 | ANXIETY | PARENTAL OPINIONS | COPING BEHAVIOURSummary: Jenn Director Knudsen recounts the stress involved when Alyssa, her daughter with Asperger syndrome, decided she wanted to go to a college 3,000 miles from home and during the pandemic. Alyssa herself reports on the success of the mission "Because of Asperger's, I know myself incredibly well; I've had to work harder than other people to deal with stressors. To cope. And I know I can."
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Jenn Director Knudsen recounts the stress involved when Alyssa, her daughter with Asperger syndrome, decided she wanted to go to a college 3,000 miles from home and during the pandemic. Alyssa herself reports on the success of the mission "Because of Asperger's, I know myself incredibly well; I've had to work harder than other people to deal with stressors. To cope. And I know I can."

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