Asperger’s Disorder or Asperger Syndrome (AS) may have been removed from the DSM-V, but that doesn’t mean Aspergians or “Aspies” have disappeared. Many individuals with AS identify themselves after learning about autism from the media or having a family member diagnosed.
Dr. Endlich has extensive knowledge of autism spectrum disorder, and can help:
Parents – obtain support, understanding, and resources
Siblings – develop awareness and coping skills
People on the spectrum – cope better with life’s challenges
Dr. Endlich has co-led Asperger support groups at the Asperger/Autism Network and co-wrote a book on older autistic adults, based on an international survey of 150 individuals and published by AAPC. He founded Top College Consultants to help high school students (especially those who are autistic) with the college admissions and transition process.
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“Asperger/Autism in the Workplace” with Jamie Freed, LICSW at the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (MA/RI Chapter) Annual Symposium, June 2016
“Relationships in the Age of Autism and Neurodiversity” with Eva Mendes, LMHC at the Jody Acford Spirit Conference, September 2016
“The Invisible End of the Spectrum: Older Autistic Adults” with Wilma Wake, Ph.D. and Rob Lagos at the Massachusetts Psychological Association Annual Conference, October 2016
“The Lost Generation of the Spectrum” with Wilma Wake, Ph.D. and Rob Lagos at the NH Mensa Granite Gathering, February 2017
“New Findings On Older Autistic Adults” with Wilma Wake, Ph.D. and Rob Lagos at the Southern Maine Autism Conference, March 2017
“The Invisible End of the Spectrum: Older Autistic Adults” with Wilma Wake, Ph.D. and Rob Lagos at the Annual AANE Connections Conference, December 2017
“The Invisible End of the Spectrum: Adults Over 50” at the Harvard Medical School Continuing Education annual autism conference, December 2018