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Disorders of the Developing and Aging Brain: Autism and Alzheimer's on the Web Archive Collection 2014
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Patient Blogs, 2014 [subseries]:
Confessions of a Teenage Aspie, 2014

The self-described "Aspie" (person with Asperger's) blogger is in her late teens and recently started at college. Her blog provides a front-row seat to the challenges of being a teenager with Asperger's who is just starting to live independently.

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Autistic Hoya, 2014

This blog is written by a young, autistic woman about her experiences and advocacy. She is a self-advocate and deeply involved in the larger autism advocacy community.

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NatKat Official Blog, 2014

The NatKat blog is writing by a young woman with Autism Spectrum Disorder who began college in 2013. The blog chronicles her life as an autism patient and advocate, as well as college student and young adult.

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Dude, I'm an Aspie, 2014

Blogger Matt Friedman is an Asperger's advocate and cartoonist. He is a young man with Asperger's, and his blog is filled with reflections on ASD policy and experiences, and his own original drawings about the subject.

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Just Stimming, 2014

Written by a young adult with mild autism/Asperger's, this blog features essays related to many aspects of life with autism and clearly shows the perspective of someone with it.

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