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When is it good to look for help for my child with asperger’s syndrome?

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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
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In brief: ASAP

There is ample research demonstrating that the earlier therapeutic intervention is initiated, the better the results.

In brief: ASAP

There is ample research demonstrating that the earlier therapeutic intervention is initiated, the better the results.
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Dr. Theresa-Ann Clark
Hopefully this diagnosis was done by a team of specialists who conducted a comprehensive evaluation of your child. These providers will help design appropriate treatment plans and support. This may include a number of specialties and if your child is 3 years or older, s/he is entitled to some services through the public school system. They can also suggest parent training and support groups that are helpful. If you are only suspicious that your child has Asperger's, start with screening by a pediatrician or family doctor .

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The earlier you begin with any needed therapy or behavioral services, that maybe needed, the better. A good place to start is a discussion with his doctor, .

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The earlier you begin with any needed therapy or behavioral services, that maybe needed, the better. A good place to start is a discussion with his doctor, .
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