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Asperger’s Syndrome


What is Asperger Syndrome?
Aspergers Syndrome is a developmental disorder where the individual usually behaved odd, and may not fit in well with people around them. This syndrome is not classified as mental illness because it is not related to brain cells disorder. Adult also may suffer from asperger syndrome but they still can learn how to make friends, doing something useful and may live the life successfully. In this situation, boys are having higher chance to get asperger syndrome than girls.

kid with aspergers

Asperger’s Syndrome Symptoms
Symptoms during Childhood

  • Do not have real eye contact. They just staring at others.
  • Do not like to change their routine.
  • Having abnormal postures or facial expressions.
  • Will become over stimulated or being very sensitive by lights, loud noises, and textures or strong tastes.
  • Always in one-sided conversations.
  • Only talks about their favorite subjects.
  • They may be late in learning such as how to catch a ball, riding bicycle, using fork and spoon, or writing because they have delayed motor development.
  • They may lack in social skills because they cannot understand others’ body language and conversations.
  •  They cannot recognize the speech tone. So, this will make them not understand whether someone is angry or joking.

Symptoms during Adolescents or Teen Years

  • They will continue having problem in reading others’ behavior even though they can begin to learn those social skills they lack.
  • Feel very shy when trying to approach other teens although they really wanted friends.
  • Being naive and too trusting will cause they look immature and will lead to bullying.
  • Some teens with asperger may have a few close friends through school years but they usually not really interested in social norms, fads, or conventional thinking. This allowing them to have creative thinking and achieving the real goals and interest.

Symptoms during Adulthood

Although Asperger Syndrome is a lifelong condition, they still can obtain a better understanding of their own weaknesses and strengths. Adult with Asperger Syndrome also married and having children.

Because of their attitude such as giving full attention to detail and focused interests, they are having higher chances to success in university and their career. Mostly, people with Asperger Syndrome are impressed with technology. So, no wonder if they often choose engineering as their career field.

Symptoms of Asperger’s include: impaired ability to utilize social cues such as body language, irony, or other subtext of communication; restricted eye contact and socialization; limited range of encyclopedic interests; preservative, odd behaviors; didactic, verbose, monotone, droning voice; concrete thinking; over-sensitivity to certain stimuli; and unusual movements but they can speak and do respond to others at time. These Asperger’s kids can be very clever at some things and not responding with others.


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