How I run an Asperger Meetup Group

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Several years ago I attended a group for people with invisible disabilities. While not all of the members had Asperger’s, at least two others did, besides me, of course. When the group folded, one of the Aspie members, who had saved our e-mails, contacted me to invite me to a group he ran called the Asperger Meetup Group, run through the website Meetup.com. Meetup is a site where you can find groups formed around a common interest, or start your own.

I attended the first meeting with some nervousness, but I needn’t have worried. I was among my own people. Chris D., the fellow who ran the group, had told me how to find them, and once I did so I was completely comfortable with everyone in the group. We met at the local White Spot restaurant. This was in 2005.

Unfortunately, Meetup started charging a fee not long after…

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My name is Nathan Young. I'm the founder of the Autism Candles project. I am a self-advocate. The candle project exist to make a statement about inclusion and opportunity. My email is nathan@autismcandles.com. Feel free to contact me. https://www.autismcandles.com

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