Welcome to the Watercooler

Join the Fun!

We, Aspies, like to have fun as much as anyone else!
So, join us on October 28, 2017 for a fun event in Lawrence, MA.

Board Game Social

(Download and print out our flyer for distribution to your friends and neighborhood businesses.)


At this very moment, throughout the United States, including the Merrimack Valley, children are born with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS). The statistics are staggering: 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with Autism by the time they become 8 years old. Do you ever wonder what the future holds for these children?

Although today children born with Autism receive wonderful services in school, they have limited opportunities once they graduate or age out. And there are practically no services for older adults with Asperger’s Syndrome. Our parent organization, Asperger Works, is attempting to change this dynamic. But Watercooler Live! is trying to make a difference by having adults on the Spectrum get together in person or online to discuss their problems and support one another.

There is no such thing as an Aspie trait. All of us are different. All of us have different needs, different problems, different ways in which Asperger’s affects us. The one thing we have in common, though, is that most of us are supported by the states we live in and by our families.  Despite what others may think, most of us are highly intelligent, intensely focused, and very honest. We also pay great attention to detail and will not stop trying to solve problems presented to us until we are absolutely certain that we had come up with the answers because, for us, there’s minimal room for error.

There is no such thing as an Aspie trait. All of us are different. All of us have different needs, different problems, different ways in which Asperger’s affects us. The one thing we have in common, though, is that most of us are supported by the states we live in and by our families. Why? Because, despite being highly qualified for well-paying jobs, approximately 80% of us are un- or under- employed!

So join us in our conversations online: on our Blog and/or at our Meet-Up. And, of course, you are always welcome to attend our meetings.