What is the biggest mistake that a family can make Asperger?
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We’ve talked here that for the family is not easy to know that their children have Asperger’s Syndrome which is the most mild of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), which makes these individuals have some difficulty in social interaction .
Many family members to receive the news, feel as if his world had been taken out of the shafts. But over time, these will better accept the “problem” that the children have to take care and spend even more of them to suffer as little as possible.
Sometimes some mothers and fathers just extrapolating the limits of child care and rather than help them, ends up worsening their development.
This is because a person who has Asperger’s Syndrome have full ability to lead a fully independent life closer to the “normal” as possible.
But in most cases the parents of these individuals after they discover they have the slightest degree of autism start to see the son or daughter with fresh eyes.
The family may then not exercise effectively its role of guiding the child to an ideal development so that in future it can be independent.
This fact we are talking about it is simple things that many families end up “robbing” his son / daughter Asperger perform only for fear of how they can end up being “judged” by others around you.
It all ends up causing Asperger become even more isolated than it already is by nature, since his family is afraid that if he interact with others seen as “normal” may suffer prejudice on the part of them.
But it is a question in the air. This care “above” the normal by parents with their children would not also a kind of prejudice ?.
We mention this because the majority of cases where an Asperger has its confirmed diagnosis, their families do not treat it more like a “normal” person, these individuals come to be spared a lot of things that could contribute to their learning.
Many will judge us by this article, but we believe that the best a father and a mother of an Asperger can do for your children is enables it to him to learn to deal with the world in a completely independent way, after all their parents will not here the rest of his life.
Not that we’re encouraging that family members do not protect their children, but only counseling so that they treat her Asperger child, how would a child that does not have Asperger’s.
If the own family treat your child with Asperger equality, perhaps the rest of society does not judge him as a person “different”.