Radiolab is a radio program broadcast on public radio stations in the United States, and a podcast available internationally, both produced by WNYC. Hosted by Jad Abumrad , Latif Nasser and Lulu Miller , each episode focuses on a topic of a scientific and philosophical nature, through stories, interviews, and thought experiments. For a few years the Radiolab podcast feed featured a full-length, hour-long episode every six weeks announced by the show's hosts as "Radiolab: The Podcast" , with two shorter pieces known as "shorts" appearing in-between. Many of these shorter pieces would later be packaged into full-length episodes not released on the show's podcast feed, but available through Radiolab ' s website. In recent years, Radiolab has de-standardized its podcast format, with full-length episodes being compiled almost entirely from previously-released podcast shorts. The program airs in syndication to over NPR affiliates around the country.
Very good NPR interview with Asperger's doctor
Young Adults With Autism More Likely To Be Unemployed, Isolated : Shots - Health News : NPR
Maanvi Singh. The transition to adulthood marks a big turning point in life for everyone, but for young people on the autism spectrum that transition can be really tough. Young adults with autism had lower employment rates and higher rates of complete social isolation than people with other disabilities, according to a report published Tuesday by the A. Drexel Autism Institute. Percentage of young adults with autism who never worked or continued education after graduating high school.
Young Adults With Autism More Likely To Be Unemployed, Isolated
Romantic relationships are a challenge to navigate for everyone. Think about it: Approximately one in 60 children have a diagnosis, with even more going through lives without one. If your potential partner is one of such people, read on to get some handy tips on dating them. Getting informed is the first step towards a successful relationship.
People who have this disorder, experience difficulties with communication with other people, so their interactions are limited. When we meet people, as a rule, we can form our opinion about them, basing on their facial expressions, a tone of voice and body language. We can tell whether they are happy, angry or sad, and we react accordingly. People with Asperger Syndrome are bad at interpreting someone's intonation, facial expressions, and gestures, while most people take for granted.