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what are the main symptoms of asperger’s syndrome in adults? Although children with Asperger's are often bullied growing up, the disorder is typically not diagnosed until adulthood.

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How can I help my adult son with Asperger's? - Aspergers101 Ken Kellam III was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome in his late 30's, and has worked with Autism Treatment Center of Texas since 2003. He is currently the administrative assistant to the clinical director.

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Life with Aspergers: Are Aspies Capable of Love? Meredith said... Finally! So very true. Though I think a serious relatinship has to contain a 'shared interests' part as well, the basic feeling of love is exactly what you described.

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My Aspergers Child: Aspergers Children and Bad Language Bad language displayed by a youngster with Aspergers or High-Functioning Autism (HFA) can follow him into adulthood if he isn’t shown the proper way to respond to situations. Here are some very simple – yet very effective – tips to prevent bad language in Aspergers and HFA children: 1. Keep

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by Barrie Davenport “The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” ―Peter Pan. Do you ever feel like a duck stuck in white water, paddling furiously and never getting any closer to where you want to go?


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: The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism. Probably the most comprehensive and common sense book on autism I have read out of about 8 books. I actually listened to the book on audible, mostly while driving or doing housework and was not bored at all.

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2019-05-22 15:08 by Barrie Davenport “The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” ―Peter Pan. Do you ever feel like a duck stuck in white water, paddling furiously and never getting any closer to where you want to go?