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Doctor insights on: What Learning Style Works Best With An Aspergers Child

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Need tips on helping a child with nonverbal learning disorder or asperger's disorder? What do I do?

Need tips on helping a child with nonverbal learning disorder or asperger's disorder? What do I do?

Nonverbal Learning: Disorder is best diagnosed & managed by a neuropsychological evaluation followed by specific recommendations for the child's current functional impairments in learning, behavior & peer interaction. The results help a developmental/behavioral pediatrician search for the genetic or other medical cause of the NLD. Find info on http://www.nldontheweb.org/nldentrylevelreading/nldcharacteristics.html. ...Read more

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How do you best talk to a 7 year old child with aspergers?

How do you best talk to a 7 year old child with aspergers?

Kneel down: So your face is at his level, make eye contact, in a non distracting environment, and end with a hug. ...Read more

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What is the best way to explain a child's condition (autism, asperger, adhd, & the like) to another child?

What is the best way to explain a child's condition (autism, asperger, adhd, & the like) to another child?

Remember: Remember when you were a child! don't use technical or medical language; use examples. "you know how you feel when you're excited, and you can't help talking about everything you're thinking? Well, mike's mind is like that most of the time, to himself". Actually, this is the best way to explain most everything to anyone. ...Read more

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Can a child get SSI if they have aspergers?

Apergers: Speak to a board certified child psychiatrist and be sure you are also under the care of a psychologist who knows aspergers. If you are referring to an ssri, the answer is some aspies respond well but others do not. Spectrum kids tend to be awash in utero. Seek md advice first. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg1ngp1ngds. ...Read more

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How to cope with aspergers syndrome in your child?

Become an expert: Become the expert on your child and the diagnosis, be very involved in all the therapies and the educational process. You are your childĀ“s best advocate and at the end of the day no one will know him better than you. ...Read more

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How do I recognize correctly the signs of aspergers syndrome for a child?

Asperger: A real good book is called asperger syndrome by tony attwood. You can purchase a copy from amazon, as well as other works by the same author. I highly recommend it. Good luck to you. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood of someone with asperger's syndrome having an autistic child?

Can't be sure: The spectrum of autism disorders includes a great variety of individuals across a wide rage of symptoms. Some of these individuals will have genetic syndromes that can be diagnosed, and genetic counselors may be able to determine the risk of passing on the abnormality. In many cases no cause can be identified. We do know that autism disorders can run in families, and we also see it with no history. ...Read more

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What is the difference between a child with asperger's disease and someone with social anxiety?

What is the difference between a child with asperger's disease and someone with social anxiety?

A world apart: On the surface at a social event, the two entities can look similar: poor eye contact, little discussion, odd utterances. However, a child with social anxiety will have normal social interaction in trusted environments, understand social cues, have a clear idea of social norms, adaptations, etc. A child with asperger's does not have these things, and has other issues like sensory and processing. ...Read more

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My child has Aspergers and lately her behaviour is becoming increasingly difficult. She is having multiple meltdowns at school out and at home.

My child has Aspergers and lately her behaviour is becoming increasingly difficult. She is having multiple meltdowns at school out and at home.

Autism Spectrum D/O: Is your child seeing a developmental specialist or a child psychiatrist or psychologist? This can be a really challenging problem and seeing an appropriate health professional may serve you the best. Take care. ...Read more