After a somewhat tumultuous life, I was diagnosed with Asperger’s at the age of 48. It was about time.The diagnosis was a revelation for me, as all my life to that point I thought I was just battling dysfunctional psychological complexes my parents had left me with. Realizing it was actually a sensory processing disorder I now, finally, knew exactly where my attention needed to be focused.
With a background in the sciences and extensive studies in subconscious psychology and, even more importantly, the actual mechanics of autonomous brain functioning and sensory processing, I had soon developed a very unique and uniquely effective intervention for these conditions which I named "Adaptive Imaging Technique." Now fully recovered from the effects of Autism, for the past twelve years I have made a home with my significant other, a magnificent woman, and her daughter, giving credence to the old adage, “Life really begins after fifty.”
I am looking forward to many others following in my footsteps and realizing for themselves a wonderful life that at present may even be beyond their imagining.