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Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:01pm   Asperger's Syndrome is a form of autism where the person is often highly intelligent but struggles with communication and social interaction. The condition is not widely recognized and undiagnosed children and adults may end up in work and school situations that are uncomfortable for them. Asperger's Syndrome is often detected when a chil ... Read on »
Patterns In Chaos: Child Psychiatry, Violence and Autism by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Dec 2012 12:00am By Andrew J. Wakefield Patterns in chaos: understanding acts of “senseless” violence (also available at The Academic Integrity Fund site. At the Royal Free Hospital, London, in 1996 my gastroenterology colleagues and I were reliably informed by our attending child psychiatrist, that acts of extreme violence, such as the ... Read on »
Drawing the Line on Media Access for your Child with Asperger's Syndrome (Part 2: Games and Books) by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Wed 09 May 2012 10:53pm In my last post , I looked at television and movies and discussed the amazing academic and social learning opportunities they present for visual learners. I also talked about the negative aspects of these and in particular, my belief that it's not violence that's the problem but language and stupidity - jackass; that last point is for you. ... Read on »
Drawing the Line on Media Access for your Child with Asperger's Syndrome - Part 3: The Negatives of Media by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Thu 17 May 2012 8:17pm In my last couple of posts, ( 1 , 2 ) I've discussed the way in which our special needs children use the media to accelerate their learning. I've talked about how critical the media is for visual learners and how these kids learn in a completely different manner to their peers. Now however, we need to look at the negative aspects of this ... Read on »
Fighting The Asperger's Means Violence Stereotype by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Dec 2012 12:00am Managing Editor's Note: Thank you to psychologist Rick Ellis for speaking the truth and standing up for our children with Asperger's Syndrome as it relates to pre-planned violence in the wake of the Newtown, CT massacre.   From News Channel 3 in Virginia Beach, VA: As millions across the country stare at photos of Adam Lanza, a ... Read on »
Less Confrontational Strategies for Approaching Children with Asperger's Syndrome during a Meltdown Event by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Mon 10 Oct 2011 7:17pm In my last post, I looked at less confrontational strategies to approach children with Asperger's syndrome under normal conditions. In this post, I want to look at how it's done during a meltdown. A Brief Look at Meltdowns I'll begin by defining a meltdown. Meltdowns are generally violent and loud events which look very much like te ... Read on »
New Topic on Genetics Home Reference: Asperger Syndrome by nih.gov Posted Tue 02 Aug 2011 3:11pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Treatment Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed July 2011 What is Asperger syndrome? Asperger syndrome is a disorder on the autism spectrum, which is a group ... Read on »
Asperger's Syndrome - Article by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Sep 2009 10:03pm Due to a contestant on The Amazing Race having Asperger's Syndrome I felt it was important to print the following article on the many symptoms of this Autism spectrum disorder. Asperger's Syndrome - Symptoms Although there are many possible symptoms of Asperger’s syndrome, the main symptom is severe trouble with social situations. Yo ... Read on »
Aspergers Syndrome Symptoms to Be Argus-Eyed About by rajesh moganti Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 2:51am Though there are copious likely symptoms of Aspergers syndrome, the chief one is acute difficulty faced with social scenarios. A kid might be having mild-ranging to acute symptoms or having only some or several of such symptoms. Due to the wide-ranging array of symptoms, no duo kids with Aspergers syndrome would be similar. Asperger’s syndr ... Read on »
What Is Asperger Syndrome? by relationships .. Posted Sun 22 Nov 2009 10:00pm By Barbara L. Kirby Founder of the OASIS Web site ( www.aspergersyndrome.org ) Co-author of THE OASIS GUIDE TO ASPERGER SYNDROME (Crown, 2001, Revised 2005) Asperger Syndrome or (Asperger' s Disorder) is a neurobiological disorder named for a Viennese physician, Hans Asperger, who in 1944 published a paper which described a pattern of beha ... Read on »