Asperger/Autism Professional Coaching Association Announcements & Updates



The Asperger/Autism Professional Association (AAPCA) is a professional development resource and support for professionals who coach, guide and advise older teens and adults with Asperger/autism and similar neurodiverse profiles. Check back frequently to see what's new!

Professional Development: Learning from First-Person Perspectives

Making the decision to enter into the healthcare, mental health or education field is often sparked by a personal experience. Whether your own experience, or the experience of a loved one, healthcare professionals, educators, and mental health providers can often cite one or many personal reasons... more

Coaches Connecting with Clients

With the innovative addition of the Asperger/Autism Professional Coaching Association (AAPCA) to LifeMAP’s programs, LifeMAP and AAPCA coaches continue to support their clients by collaborating and sharing quality resources, participating in professional training workshops, and practicing... more

November 2020: Profiles on New Honorary Members

Dawn Stahlberg, M. ED, AANE AsperCoach and new AAPCA Honorary Member, comes to the Asperger/Autism Professional Coaching Association with 30 years of experience in Special Education. She has been providing services to individuals and families in a range of capacities. Dawn focuses on direct... more

October 2020: The Asperger/Autism Professional Coaching Association is Growing!

As AANE launches the new Asperger/Autism Professional Coaching Association (AAPCA), we would like to welcome our two new honorary members. Both Dawn Stahlberg, M.Ed, Autism Specialist of Full Spectrum Solutions and Jan Campito, whose work was recently included in A Spectrum of Solutions for Clients... more