... I have mild aspergers and i dont think there is anything you can do about that. Apart, from reminding him that he is talking a little too loud. ... (13 replies)
... From what I have read I believe my 60 year old step dad may have mild aspergers. He has his mood swings regulated with medication. ... (2 replies)
... My 9 year old son, Haz, who has mild Aspergers, really worried me tonight. ... (1 replies)
... I too waited to get the MMR for my last child. He is now 6 and finally had the MMR a couple of months ago. I have two older children, one of which has VERY mild Aspergers and the other has high functioning Autism and Aspergers. ... (8 replies)
... I've heard that autism can be a result of food allergies or, as Patrick Holford, a British nutritionist puts it, 'brain allergies'. Your children may not inherit 'aspergers' as such but may inherit metabolic conditions that lead to aspergers. You could do some research. It is being said now that autism can develop in children as a result of immunisations. There is... (9 replies)
... aspergers is no big deal did you read gastybyluvr (sp) post she has aspergers and she knows first hand what it is like there are also other adults on this board with it,they can be of great help to you and your partner and they are very knowledgeable of aspergers, if you love her than learn about aspergers togetheryou might have to educate other people about it,but be... (5 replies)
... rivate route and quite quickly found a consultant at the Medway Maritime Hospital in Kent her name is Marrietta Higgs and she is brilliant, she has diagnosed now mild Aspergers. ... (4 replies)
... You may want to Google "Asperger's Syndrome". It is on the spectrum along with ADHD. I couldn't get a diagnosis for my six year old boy with Aspergers until just recently. ... (10 replies)
... hi i'm new to this board, i have a 5year old son called joseph who had mild aspergers and adhd, with possible tourettes snydrome. I was just wondering how many of you have children in a special school and how r they doing? ... (1 replies)
... supplying content for an organization that uses censorship in order to prevent people from finding other sources of information. Rest assured that children with Aspergers not only grow up, but we also develop a social conscience. ... (38 replies)
... Absolutely! My son does not fit the High Functioning Autism or Aspergers diagnosis but he has been dx with pdd/nos....that was last year,he just had his 2nd eval(one year later) and his IQ jumped from moderately mentally retarded to average/above average for kids his age,while he does have some struggles and odd behaviors,both his psychologist and teachers say he will continue... (4 replies)
... This post is for redhead23--
I am 30, female, and think I have Asperger's. How can I know for sure and what can I do about it? I dont know who to talk to about this problem! I feel alone in it, dont know or even know where to find other adults with this problem who were never diagnosed.
FarmGirl (17 replies)
... I agree with redhead, it sounds like aspergers syndrome, at school we had someone come in and talk about aspergers. ... (17 replies)
... Sounds like Aspergers to me, I was recently diagnosed with this and many children who have it have normal development (sometimes odd development in language, goes in "stages" quite abruptly, regressions etc.) with maybe some motor clumsiness and often rirualistic and repetitive behaviour, but many tend to be very open with strangers, look them in the eyes very closely and... (17 replies)
... I heard about a company that is hosting a seminar on Aspergers Disorder and Mild Autism. It is related to diagnosis and intervention. Is this the kind of information that would be interesting to anyone? ... (2 replies)
... autisim and aspergers when i was a child and i have over the years found that personally it depends on the type of person and how bad the condition is if its a mild condition it might be a more of a relaxed feeling for him but if its more severe he might be tense .. ... (4 replies)
... anxiety in aspergers never goes away but there are coping mechanism for it. Keeping them occupied with something reduces the anxiety in asperges. ... (4 replies)
... Keep in mind that there are a lot of levels of autism. Can be very mild to severe. My son has Aspergers, under the "umbrella" of the autism spectrum disorder. He is always been very verbal, never any of the "classic" signs. ... (8 replies)
... Hi.. I am new to the message board. I work as a Student Support Facilitator A One on One support for autistic children in Massachusetts USA. I am so excited to come here and see that there are so many loving parents that are so deeply involved in the care of their children.
Has your child participated in Discrete Trials when he was smaller?
What do you think has made... (8 replies)
... Our son of 13 was diagnose last summer after 7 years of research. Wanted to get a dx thru school so he would get the help in school. After we found out he has Aspergers we have found that since we chnge the way we deal with him a lot of stress dissapeared. He finally has answers to the questions like, why am I different. ... (8 replies)