Welcome To Asperger Experts!
Welcome to Asperger Experts! Created by Danny Raede & Hayden Mears, both diagnosed with Asperger’s themselves, Asperger Experts is designed to show you how to best assist people with Asperger’s to achieve their highest potential in life.
People with Asperger’s are amazing individuals, but without very specific, directed guidance, they can fall through the cracks and not get the help they need. Drawing on their own personal experience, as well as the best research into success, human potential, and the autistic spectrum, Danny & Hayden are changing the way the world not only looks at people with Autism, but how they treat these individuals as well.
Through their DVDs, Audio Courses, Webinars, Coaching Sessions & Videos, as well as their flagship program, “Asperger’s 101: Breaking The Barriers“, they’ll show you exactly what goes on in their mind, how to communicate to people with ASD, what to do to greatly reduce your daily frustrations, and most importantly, how to get people with ASD to fully experience all that life offers.
We invite you to explore around. Read the latest from the blog, watch our videos, and sign up to our email list to get exclusive invites to webinars, Q&A sessions, notifications of new videos & blog posts, as well as sneak previews of our new products.
We’re always here if you need anything. Feel free to contact us at any time.
Hopeless To Thriving In 2 Months – Kaitlin’s Story
What Others Say
“Thank you. You have done more in an 8 minute video than we (her parents and teachers) have been able to do for years.” – Greg & Laura S.
“I’ve spent hours reading various books, articles about Aspergers but it’s only been the advice that I’ve gotten from you guys that has made any difference. You two are a truly a blessing to our family!!” – Sandra F.
“I’ve been an ABA trainer for 17 years, read a thousand journals, hundreds of trainings, and textbooks…this was quite honestly the best and most authentic information I have ever been given! “ – Maria Logan
“You guys are amazing. I have done extensive research into Asperger’s since finally figuring out what was going on with my son (in the 80’s!). This is the best, most useful advice I have seen yet.” -Nancy H.