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What Is Asperger Syndrome?
Asperger Syndrome (AS) is a developmental disorder at the "high-functioning" end of the autism spectrum (see also Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)). Children ...
Parenting a Child with Asperger Syndrome
Children with Asperger Syndrome may be more "in the world" than others on the autism spectrum, but they present their own unique challenges. Here's where to ...
Before You Look for Information on Asperger Syndrome
Sorting through the wealth of online information on Asperger Syndrome can be a daunting task. What's worth reading, and what's a waste of time? Start with this ...
What Are the Diagnostic Criteria for Asperger Syndrome?
For the first time, it includes some mention of anxiety and sensory disorders associated with Asperger syndrome, though those disorders are not required for  ...
Asperger Syndrome - Autism Spectrum Disorders - About.com
Asperger syndrome, sometimes called the "Geek syndrome," is no longer an official medical diagnosis under the DSM5. But the term is still widely used to ...
Adult Autism Spectrum Conditions and Asperger Syndrome
Asperger syndrome, a very high functioning form of autism, may not be diagnosed until adulthood. Could you or an adult in your life have Asperger syndrome?
Does Asperger Syndrome Still Exist? - Autism Spectrum Disorders
Oct 31, 2014 ... In May, 3013, the term Asperger syndrome was removed from the official diagnostic manual. Does that mean you have to stop saying you have ...
Asperger's Syndrome Diagnosis - High-Functioning Autism
3 days ago ... What is Asperger syndrome? Asperger syndrome is a high functioning form of autism. Could you or someone you love be diagnosable with ...
Asperger Syndrome: Why to Get Diagnosed
Jun 18, 2014 ... Asperger Syndrome (AS) is neither life-threatening nor is it curable. So why bother seeking a diagnosis if you're already an adult? Here are ten ...
Treatments for Adults With Asperger Syndrome
What happens after an adult is diagnosed with Asperger syndrome? What treatments are available and what do they do?
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