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asperger's syndrome information and features

         

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There are lots of practical aspects to living with Asperger's.

One of the first things you find about having a differently wired brain is that most education systems are designed around the needs of the majority. Even if you are very clever, the social and communication aspects of being at school can leave you greatly disadvantaged.

The world of work is equally challenging, if not more so, and many people with Asperger's struggle with employment.

On a day to day basis, sleep disturbance, dietary sensitivities, and sensory issues with clothes, can be just something else you have to deal with that mostly other people can't see.

Living with someone with Asperger's, especially a child, can be a demanding experience for families, in both an emotional and a practical sense.

Likewise, relationships are not always easy, either for people with Asperger's or their partners. In both cases though there is support and information available, and much hope.

Many people with Asperger's achieve a degree of independence in their lives, and it is important to keep things in perspective. View here the results of the survey conducted opposite.

If you are diagnosed or strongly consider yourself to have Asperger's Syndrome or a similar autistic spectrum condition, please take a minute to complete the quick survey opposite. Thank you.

 

 

 

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