Friday, March 5, 2010


"Just another voice in a crowded room?" you ask. If that were the case I would not be here as a blogger. I chose my blog title, "Life on the other side of the wall" because I am able to let the world know what it is like to be behind this wall known as Asperger's which is part of the Autism Spectrum Disorder.

I am the author of the book, "Finding Kansas: Decoding the Enigma of Asperger's Syndrome" and have recently finished my 2nd book that doesn't have a title yet. On top of that I was recently hired by Touch Point Autism Services to be a Community Education Specialist. While I must admit the company suggested I do a blog all content here is my own and, I've always wanted to say this in one form or another, the views and opinions expressed by me may not be that of Touch Point Autism Services.

Over the course of the next few weeks, months, and hopefully years I hope to open your eyes as to what's new in the world of autism, and to also let you in on some of the daily issues I face being behind this wall.

So welcome to my blog and I hope you will have as much enjoyment reading this as I will have providing it to you. Enjoy!

Aaron Likens


  1. Congratulations, Aaron! I am so proud of you and very excited you have your own blog. It will be great to follow you and I'm going to recommend this site to others! Love you, Aunt Marlynn

  2. Congratulations on entering the world of bloggers!
    I have read your book and I really appreciated what I learned. It has helped my understanding quite a bit of someone dear to me who has ASD of his own unique kind.
    Best wishes!

  3. I am so happy for you that you have found your place in this world. My prayers have been answered way beyond my expectations.You are helping others and this is the greatest work of all work. I am so proud of you my son and I love you and continue to shake my head in awe of you. Can't wait for Dec. of next year.