Changing Schools When Your Child Has Aspergers Syndrome

If you moved recently, or if your child is ready to leave elementary school behind, you are undoubtedly looking for a new school your child might attend. The first day of class is always a challenge for any child, but since your child has been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, you know that she or...

Eye Contact A Chancy Game For Those With Aspergers Syndrome

Even as body language is a tough nut to crack for the individual with Asperger’s Syndrome, eye contact could be considered an even harder art to master. Hold it too long, and it will become an uncomfortable stare. Do not engage in it long enough and one might be accused of having a furtive stare....

Beyond Dr Aspergers Finding

When Hans Asperger’s findings on Asperger’s Syndrome finally found an audience in the United States, they were already about 30 to 40 years old. It did not take long for researchers and physicians dealing with children falling into the autism spectrum to update his findings and to add their own...

The Symptoms Of Aspergers Syndrome In Interpersonal Interactions

It is always said that individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome have a hard time with their interpersonal interactions. Do you know what this looks like? * Eye contact is an essential part of interpersonal interactions, but for someone with Asperger’s Syndrome even the simple tasks of creating and...

Dealing With The Deceptive Genius Of Aspergers Syndrome

Children diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome were called little professors by Dr. Asperger. This hearkens back to their ability to focus in on one subject and then learn all there is to know about it. They may read, study, hypothesize on their own, or simply take ownership of the topic in a variety of...

Facing The Facts Of Aspergers Syndrome

Whether you are a parent of a young child only recently diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, or the parent of a child who seems to be struggling with the symptoms of the condition on a daily basis, facing the facts of Asperger’s Syndrome is a crucial exercise for anyone who is a caretaker to an...

Aspergers Syndrome In The Adult Population

Preschoolers turn into high school students, and from there they become adults. What does life hold for the young adult and the aging adult with Asperger’s Syndrome? There is no doubt that gainful employment, marriage, and also parenthood are all part and parcel of the experiences an individual with...

Is Special Education The Best Way For Children With Aspergers Syndrome To Learn

In the past, special education used to be the catchall term for all those kids who did not learn as well in the regular classroom environment as other kids. This led to those with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, developmental and also cognitive disabilities to be lumped together in huge classrooms where...

What Will The Future Hold For Patients With Aspergers Syndrome

Although the early diagnosis often gives parents and caregivers a distinct advantage when seeking to begin treatment and adaptive modifications that make life in a society of individuals unaffected with the disease more possible, the long term outlook is not entirely understood. Considering that attention...

Playground Proofing Children With Aspergers Syndrome

If your child is ready to head on out to school, you know that this is a mixed blessing. On the one hand, your child is ready and willing to embrace new challenges, but on the other hand you dread the potential for problems on the playground. While this is the worry for any parent, those parenting a child...
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