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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 »
Aspergers and Eye Contact by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Sun 07 Oct 2007 12:00am There's a lot in the literature about gaze-avoidance or lack of eye contact in Asperger's kids (and adults) but not really a lot from an Asperger's point of view. What Practitioners and Parents Think Frequently, it's left up to the reader's imagination to think of reasons - perhaps the child has just not learned that making eye contact is an ... Read on »
Article: "Help! IEP Time" on Aspergers: A Mom's Eye View by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Thu 24 Mar 2011 4:26pm Just wanted to draw your attention to an excellent series of articles about the IEP (Individualised Education Programme) on Aspergers: A Mom's Eye View ( ) Help! IEP Time This is a very detailed article which covers; Does your ... 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 »
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 »
Replying to a Parent's concern about the Traits of Asperger's Syndrome by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Fri 05 Apr 2013 7:31pm Normally, I don't post correspondence here as I like to keep those things private and individual but I recently got an email from a parent who was concerned about a number of traits her son was showing.  I've replied to her questions in prose and as I was reading it back I thought it might be a useful thing to post, so... all identifying informat ... Read on »
Coming soon, the DSM-V. No more “PDD-NOS”, no more “Asperger” by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 4:11pm Yes, a new version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) is in the works. You’ve probably heard “DSM-IV” or read it a number of times. It is the manual used to describe the various “mental disorders” and the criteria for diagnosing them. (Pervasive Developmental Disorders or PDD’s are described there. These ... Read on »
Asperger Syndrome is not a disability, just ask Lenny Schafer by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:24pm 1 Comment Lenny Schafer wrote one of the most insulting comments I have seen on the Age of Autism blog in a long time. This is actually old news—the comment was made on Luly 13th. I missed the comment, but how did I miss that it was, no kidding, picked as an award winning “comment of the week” by the “editors” of the Age of Autism blog. If you didn’t ... Read on »
Barely Autistic Spokespersons of the Alleged Autism Rights Movement Misrepresent Their Constituency by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:34pm How many of the spokespersons for the alleged Autism Rights Movement are actually autistic? At best it can be said that, to the extent that they share symptoms with persons with severe Autistic Disorder, they are barely autistic, and not representative of those with severe Autistic Disorder and they have no right to speak on their behalf. ... Read on »
If there are 22,000 illness’s in this world I should technically be thankful even if I had just ten of them. by Lexie Posted Wed 18 Jan 2012 8:11pm Here are just the psychiatrist disorders we have discovered. For full affect, scroll quickly with head tilted back and eyes widened to incredibly height. A few gasps here and there would be helpful. Anxiety Disorders 309.9 Adjustment Disorder Unspecified Adjustment Disorders 309.24 Adj ... Read on »