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Please location to help us display the correct information for your area. Typical to strong verbal language skills and intellectual ability distinguish Asperger syndrome from other types of autism. The tendencies described above vary widely among people.

Many learn to overcome their challenges by building on strengths. Find the following services near you using the Autism Speaks Resource Guide. Cognitive behavioral therapy can help address anxiety and other personal challenges. Social skills training classes can help with conversational skills and understanding social cues. Psychoactive medicines can help manage associated anxiety, depression and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder ADHD. They had normal to high intelligence.

But they lacked social skills and had extremely narrow interests. The children also shared a tendency to be clumsy. Asperger Syndrome Autism Statistics and Facts. Associated Conditions Sensory Issues. Treatments Access Services Insurance. Information by Topic. Resource Guide. Autism Response Team. Our Mission. Our Grantmaking. Research Programs. Deteccion De Autismo Deteccion Temprana. What Is Autism? Set Your Location.

What Is Asperger Syndrome? Asperger syndrome generally asburgers Difficulty with social interactions Restricted interests Desire for sameness Distinctive asburgers Strengths can include: Remarkable focus and persistence Aptitude for recognizing patterns Attention to detail Challenges can include: Hypersensitivities to lights, sounds, tastes, etc. Difficulty with the give and take of conversation Difficulty with nonverbal conversation skills distance, loudness, tone, etc.

Uncoordinated movements, or clumsiness Anxiety and depression The tendencies described above vary widely among people. Speech therapy can help with voice control. Physical and occupational therapy can asburgers coordination. How has our understanding of Asperger syndrome evolved? We're Here to Help Chat with Us. There are no available agents at the moment. You can also reach the Autism Response Team by phone or :en Espanolor help autismspeaks.


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