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Today it is again interesting, is that people who have Asperger’s Syndrome in their lives, have some difficulty in the act of learning to ride a bike?
It is always good to remember that nowadays Asperger syndrome is known as the lightest degree of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), its main feature is a difficulty in social interaction, in addition, these people tend to have trouble their coordination.
And again it is difficulties in motor coordination that can often influence the time that an individual who has Asperger in your life, it takes to get to ride a bike!
In conversation with some people who deal daily with Asperger’s, they showed us that when they began to learn to ride a bike faced great problems with balance, especially in the early years who started learning.
Many reported in a long period of learning, until finally managed to balance on top of the bike without the aid of training wheels.
We also have knowledge of cases, of which even after learning to ride a bike, still had some difficulties with it, these difficulties such as to brake at the right time, or follow the traffic rules imposed by society.
Again we say that this is a very interesting subject, and invite you readers to tell us their experiences in learning to ride a bike, you had any difficulties? How many years it took to learn to ride a bike? Tell us below in the comments!
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