Asperger Syndrome diagnostic criteria – How to evaluate AS child properly? (6)

Asperger Syndrome diagnostic criteria – How to evaluate AS child properly? (6)

How do you approach a child with Asperger’s syndrome in your practice? We believe in Asperger syndrome. We think it’s a clinical entity, which is different from Autism Spectrum Disorder. These children, unlike autism spectrum disorder-type children, they often have excellent speech and language skills, they have a rather rigid way of looking at the…

Amazing Things Happen

Amazing Things Happen

We are all different and that’s wonderful! Some differences are easy to see: Height, hairstyle, gender, eye colour and so on. Other differences can’t be seen: Our favourite foods, fears, or special skills. Interestingly, the way we see the world is also different! For instance, what do you see in this drawing? Most people see…

Amazing Things Happen!

Amazing Things Happen!

We are all different and that’s wonderful! Some differences are easy to see: Height, hairstyle, eye colour and so on. Other differences can’t be seen: Our favourite foods, fears, or special skills. Interestingly, the way we see the world is also different! For instance, what do you see in this drawing? Most people see a…

Autism: Graeme’s story | NHS

Autism: Graeme’s story | NHS

When I was diagnosed with dyslexia, my traits of Asperger’s Syndrome was picked up in the dyslexia assessments. I forwarded the dyslexia reports to the GP. My GP put me forward to get an autism assessment. I wanted to be aware of what was wrong with me throughout my life. And as time progressed, as…