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Asperger syndrome is a developmental disorder. It is an autism spectrum disorder, characterized by a greater or lesser degree of impairment in language and communication skills, as well as repetitive or restrictive patterns of thought and behavior.
The most distinguishing symptom of AS is a child’s obsessive interest in a single object or topic to the exclusion of any other.
With effective Homeopathic treatment, children with AS can learn to cope with their disabilities, but they may still find social situations and personal relationships challenging. Many adults with AS are able to work successfully in mainstream jobs, although they may continue to need encouragement and moral support to maintain an independent life.
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asperser's syndrome is an autism disorder that is diagnosed by significant difficulties in social interaction,and restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.
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Hello, am a female, 5 3 , 145 lbs, and 21 years of age. I feel that I have asperger s syndrome. I have always felt normal for me but also different, awkward, and maybe even sad. I am reluctant to seek help because I am not sure weather I really do have asperger s or if I m convincing myself. What do you recommend I do?
I am a first grade teacher and have a student in y class that I suspect may have Asberger s Syndrome. She is intelligent, and a great reader for a first grader at the start of the school year. She often waves her arms around in the air, and looks all around as if watching an insect buzzing around. Sometimes she laughs and laughs when nothing seems to be humorous. She becomes belligerent if she doesn t want to do something, and then cries loudly if the class is moving on with work when she doesn t want to. She pushes back in her chair and just cries and calls out that we need to stop and wait. Her behaviors are quite loud and disruptive to the whole class. I have a meeting with the parents in the morning. I need them to understand that we need to get a 504 behavior plan in place now for her and it will require some testing. I do not plan to use the words autism or Asberger s since I am not a medical professional. Do you think I am on the right path with my thinking? Her kindergarten teacher s tried to talk with the parent s last year but weren t able to get far. Since the little girl is intelligent, they didn t feel that here was a problem.
A new friend of mine and me have recently started talking/texting Shes a pharmacist and seems quite bright . After speaking to her the other night, she revealed why she couldn t get out and socialize a lot, Her 19 year old son has arsbargers syndrome. Am I spelling that correctly? Anyway, at the end of our conversation, I asked if I could pray with her about this. She broke down crying. I know very little about this. Ill study up, but could you explain about it, please?
I have a 3 year old grandson with autistic disorder . He refuses to obey common commands such as sit on the couch or come here, etc. His hearing has been checked and is normal. What do we do to get him to listen?
Hi Sir, My brother is 25 years old and as per doctor he has had childhood schizophrenia and I have heard them even discussing that he has autism as well. According to my parents he was very fine until 5 years. I remember him hating school when in kindergarten and he was forced to attend school that time. He is at home now and I take care of him. He needs 24 hours attention or else he gets restless and agitated. He is under medication , i.e. Dicorate ER 500 mg b.i.d., Tryhp plus b.i.d, quitipin 100 mg h.s., and Frext 50 mg a.m. As I have observed him, he acts like a 3 to 4-year-old and other than my family at home avoids eye contact with everyone else and lacks concentration in any particular work. I would like to know whether his condition is curable and if so to what degree. And what is the best way to control him when he gets agitated.
My son has been diagnosed on the autism spectrum (high functioning) but his faecial matter lately has been very pale in colour, appears to float and is rather fuzzy. I have just started him on multivitamins, looking particularly for ones higher in...