March 19, 2013
Thank you for being here. I welcome you with open arms, open heart, and appreciation.
My pen name is “Samantha Craft.” I am the author of this blog: Everyday Aspergers. I reside in the state of Washington in the USA and hold a Masters Degree in Education. I have an official diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome. My middle son also has an Asperger’s diagnosis.
In February of 2012, shortly after realizing I had Aspergers, I started writing this blog.
Some of these articles have been published in a peer reviewed journal. All are copyrighted.
You can find me by clicking the like-page on Facebook to your left.
And to all the friends I have made along this journey: thank you
(My new blog started in May of 2013 is here: Belly of a Star)
Much Light and Love to You,
THIS BLOG EVERYDAY ASPERGER’S BY SAMANTHA CRAFT IS RETIRED. HER NEW BLOG CAN BE FOUND AT EVERYDAY ASPIE AND HER COMPANY WEBSITE AT MYSPECTRUMSUITE.COM THANK YOU FOR THE COMMUNITY AND SUPPORT YOU HAVE OFFERED THROUGH THE YEARS.
Samantha Craft has served as an educator for adults and children, a spiritual counselor, and an advocate for individuals with special needs. She holds a teaching credential and a Master’s Degree in Education, and has completed multiple postgraduate course works in the field of psychology and counseling. Currently, she manages and authors the well-circulated blog Everyday Asperger’s: Life through the eyes of a female with Aspergers. Her prolific writings depict the multifaceted daily life of an adult autistic. Her highly-anticipated first book, based largely on her blog, will be available in the spring of 2016. Samantha maintains contact with people across the world touched by ASD and formerly served as the founder of an online support group for adult females on the autism spectrum. Sam’s works have been published in peer-reviewed journals and she was recently featured as an ASD mentor in the book Aspien Woman. She resides in the state of Washington in the USA with her three teenage sons, serves as a community manager for a software testing company that employs autistics, and is the founder and CEO of Spectrum Suite, LLC. myspectrumsuite.com