Best places for People with Aspergers
Sometimes you just don’t feel at home where you live. Whether it is due to culture or support services, you may need to move before you can integrate into an area. Here are some areas to consider moving to:
- San Francisco. Known for it’s openness and liberalism, it is also home to some of the worlds most recognizable tech companies. There are plenty of social clubs, culture, help groups, and new ideas on the horizon to make your head spin. And with Oakland and San Jose nearby, if you don’t feel San Francisco, you have other metro areas nearby. In addition, Northern California is know for it’s outdoor beauty. So if you are into the outdoors, it is somewhere to consider. I would say this is definitely one of the best places to consider living for someone who has aspergers.
- Japan. Quirky is one was to describe japan. Home of flavors gone bad, trading cards, and odd cultural trends, you will find all sorts of craziness here. Japanese culture is very reserved, so if you want a culture that is not in your face, this might be a prime candidate. Tokyo have over 38 million people, offering thousands of different lifestyles for those that choose to call it home. There are smaller cities however for those who don’t like the chaos. This is one of the best places for people with aspergers and who want a creative environment.
- Taiwan. This small island close to China is a nerds paradise. It has the largest concentration of people who need glasses, have a ton to cool book store, have high speed internet, and a low cost of living. In addition if you want to travel it is the perfect spot to jump from. It is a very polite country and people with aspergers would find it a welcome change from the mixed mess in their home country.
- Alaska. If you are fed up with people in general and don’t care if you see much of civilization again and can stand the cold, this may be an option. Laws are very laid back on several things and you get money from the state’s oil fund for just living there. The only downside is that there is not much culture, and so for someone that wants to do things it may be very limiting. This place is good for the less social among us.
- Amsterdam. This mirrors San Francisco, but even more so. The biggest advantage over San Fran is that you are close to several other liberal countries right near by. And if you happen to open a business there with 5,000 dollars invested, you may qualify for Dutch citizenship if you are a US citizen. This is for the more international among us.
And so there you have it, the 5 best places for people with aspergers to live. If you have any others you thing should have made the list, feel free to add them in the comments box.