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This forum is an un-mediated, patient-to-patient forum for questions and support regarding Asperger Syndrome issues such as: Balance, Behavioral Issues, Causes, Characteristics, Classification, Clumsiness, Communication, Diagnosis, Gait – Walking, Genetics, Medications. Parenting, Prognosis, Restricted and repetitive interests and behavior, School Issues, Screening Sleep Disorders, Social interaction, Speech and language, Treatment

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I have ranted about my older brother(late thirties now) at 'adult with special needs forum' i thought he was just degenerative psychopath. But there were times make me wonder, what exactly his condition is? Like..... He sometime...
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I have a daughter that graduated Highschool a while back, and doesn't seem to be growing up much to speak of. We still deal with same situations with her that we've dealt with for years. She seems to only be focused on herself, and what ...
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I have a daughter that just graduated Highschool. She doesn't really seem to be growing up, and seldomly thinks things through before doing things. The only time that she really seems to think is when she's trying to get out of doing thi...
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my daughter is taking speech therapy she is going to see a neurologist to see whats going on w/ her there is just soo many things I guess Im getting ahead of myself her pediatric thinks shes autistic.
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hi my name is gregory and i didn't stop using a binky/ pacifier till i was 7-8 and now i am 21 iam still attached to a binky i've tried all my life to get one and keep it but my parents took them i am scared that if i get in a relations...
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Hello everyone! My issue/question is a common one I'm sure. But I'm at a point where I'm so frustrated I need some advice on how to handle the situation. I will give a little background to the situationi. My daughter is 7, and she is suc...
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Hello. I have a question. Could someone with aspergers also have a learning disability. By disability I mean learning slower and not comprehending in class. Could someone with aspergers also excel in one subject. . . . Say language? ...
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My son just turned eight a few days ago. He was diagnosed with Asperger's two and a half years ago and when he went in for his yearly physical they said he had already started showing signs of puberty. His facial hair (he has had a smal...
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I don't know what to do to help him stop this behavior. He is dx Asperger's (ADHD, OCD, anxiety). I always thought he lied because he got confused so easily. He is extremely disorganized and school is usually the biggest problem. Late...
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Hey I'm a 21 year old male who's having trouble finding a label for what it is exactly that's wrong with me. I saw a Doctor (Asperger specialist apparently) when I was 15yrs old whom I saw fortnightly for almost a year ended up un...
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We have an 8 year old adopted son and he came to live with us when he was 2 years old. He has a lot of problems and lived in 10 homes before he came to live with us. He never had any issues with him playing with is self or smearing his...
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Does anybody have a Asperger's teenager whose find's fine motor skills difficult in a way that he seems clumsy eg; spilling drinks, generally very messy in the kitchen, bad hand writing, quite bad at football? He has alway's been like t...
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I have a sibling who was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome/ADHD after near age 50. Prior to that, I would have considered their life to be quite successful, and they enjoyed several varied careers, from acting/singing to casino cashier,...
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My daughter is almost 5 and struggling in kindergarten. She is extremely bright, has a excellent vocabulary for her age. She spoke early, is very creative, has an awesome memory for certain things (people, places, events) but she is havi...
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my granson is nearly 4 years old and has been diagnosed with aspergers syndrome he has been getting severe headaches which sometimes have woken him up from a sleep in the middle of the night a family gp said this was his aspergers and he...
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I have a 24 year old son. He lives at home with my husband, myself and our 16 y/o son. Mike no longer works or goes to school. He has no friends or social communication outside of our family. He is extremely smart and always did well at ...
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My husband of 23 years who has mild Aspergers, left me one Sunday, no warning. He said he had to get away, I think he got depression, he couldn't get on with our teenagers, he wanted a "second chance at happiness " ?. He left four k...
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I have have 3 sons.they are aged 9 4 & 2.they are wonderful little boys but each of them have issues I'm concerned about!i am constantly trying to get them help but I'm at a dead end!i have done so much research trying to find a pos...
mumto4_9432 | Last answer
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I've been advised to try visual routine charts for my sons and was looking for a website that would give me advice on how best to do this to best meet each of their needs/problems.does anyone have any suggestions please?
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I just took the aspie quiz at http://www.***********/eng/Aspie-quiz.php and I scored a 167/200. I am 20 years old. I am scared. I fear that my brain is wired differently than others. I want to get help, but being a college student, I do ...
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