Asperger’s syndrome: How ‘Aspie’ diagnosis slipped past world expert Tony Attwood

Asperger’s syndrome: How ‘Aspie’ diagnosis slipped past world expert Tony Attwood

That’s the question that Professor Tony Attwood still mulls over and deeply regrets. The clinical psychologist is recognised as a leading authority in the diagnosis and management of Asperger’s syndrome. But all his skills and research couldn’t help his son Will. It was only when the 35-year-old ended up with an overwhelming drug addiction and in jail for burglary that Professor Attwood had a sudden insight. While watching family videos of himself and Will as…

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How is the writing of an Asperger?

How is the writing of an Asperger?

Today we will talk about a very interesting subject, is that people have in their lives Asperger’s syndrome, which nowadays is classified as the most mild of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), has a problem with his handwriting? Remember that among the main characteristics of these individuals, we have a difficulty in social interaction and even some problems with motor coordination. These “problems” with the coordination, causes several individuals who have Asperger in their lives, have…

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As it is for an Asperger learning to ride a bike?

As it is for an Asperger learning to ride a bike?

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…

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Because some Aspergers have imaginary friends?

Because some Aspergers have imaginary friends?

Today we will talk about an interesting subject that we have seen for some time and discussed in one of the groups in which we participate. In this discussion, some members of the group talked about the fact that they have imaginary friends, does that is a common feature among people who have Asperger’s Syndrome in their lives? It is always good to remember that Asperger syndrome is named as the most mild of Autism…

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5 Signs Of Autism / Asperger’s Usually Parents Ignore . # 3 Really Surprised Me!

5 Signs Of Autism / Asperger’s Usually Parents Ignore . # 3 Really Surprised Me!

The most recent statistics show that 1 in 68 children are now being diagnosed with autism. While diagnosis is on the rise, a child typically is not diagnosed by a professional until he or she is over two years old. However, there are signs that could indicate your child is on the spectrum as early as six months of age. Signs and symptoms can vary, as can the severity of the symptoms. Be sure to…

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How when the family does not accept that the child has Asperger?

How when the family does not accept that the child has Asperger?

How is the life of an Asperger when your family does not accept that it has the syndrome ?. We’ve talked a lot around here about Asperger Syndrome which nowadays is known as being the most mild autism and can be termed as simply TEA, which is short for Autism Spectrum Disorders. An Asperger person is a high performance autistic and may have a “normal” life because of having adequate considered development and in many…

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As it is for an Asperger use public transportation?

As it is for an Asperger use public transportation?

Today we will talk about something that is typical of anyone who needs to go to a certain place and not to have its own transportation. In this article we try to speak as a person who is Asperger, deals with the fact of having to use public transportation to go somewhere! How is knowledge of those who follow this blog, a person who has Asperger’s main characteristic difficulties in social interaction. Given this fact,…

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As an Asperger follows a routine?

As an Asperger follows a routine?

Who closely follows the life of an Asperger, an Autistic or an individual who has another degree whatever part of the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), knows well that these people need by nature to have a routine. This routine is usually fully followed the “letter” for those individuals who tend to be well “disciplined” in their “tasks” daily. There are scientific explanations for this, but it is believed that the tendency of an Asperger have…

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How are the crises that an Asperger?

How are the crises that an Asperger?

In this article we will address one of the issues that most concern the relatives of people who have Asperger’s syndrome, or any other disorder that is part of the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). We will talk about the crises that are sometimes experienced by these individuals and you end “scaring” the family not knowing quite how to handle the situation. These “attacks” usually occur when the Asperger is going through a very stressful situation,…

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How are hiperfocos in Asperger?

How are hiperfocos in Asperger?

n this article we will talk about the “Hiperfocos” that both are common in people who have Asperger’s Syndrome or any other of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Hyperfocus is the name given to the interest “above” the normal for certain activity. Activity this passing is almost compulsory for the individual who is Asperger. This “abnormal” interest for certain activities is often one of the “symptoms” most used by the family to note that the individual…

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