Aspergers

Asperger’s syndrome is in the autism spectrum scale. Those diagnosed with asperger’s syndrome display some of the same symptoms as autism such as difficulty reading emotions and communicating. Children with asperger’s syndrome, though faced with some challenges, are often highly intelligent and successful in life. Learn more about the symptoms, treatment and life of those affected by asperger’s syndrome.

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  • Girls and Asperger's Syndrome
    Asperger’s syndrome is becoming more well-known as a condition, but there is little information available on how it affects girls. Read on to find out more about what is known.
  • Facts about Asperger's Therapy
    Asperger's therapy includes both traditional and nontraditional approaches. Cognitive and behavior therapy, speech therapy, vitamin supplements, and special diets are just a few. Here are a few facts about Asperger's therapy.
  • Spotlight on Medication for Asperger's
    Are there medications prescribed expressly to treat Asperger's? This article looks at medications that are used to treat some of the symptoms associated with the disorder.
  • Treating Asperger's Syndrome in Adults
    Asperger's is not a disorder confined to childhood. Like other mental health disorders, Asperger's may require lifelong treatment or therapy. This article looks at some of the treatment options available.
  • Spotlight on Asperger's in Elderly Men
    Many elderly men with Asperger’s syndrome have never been diagnosed and are regarded as being eccentric, a little odd or loners. Read on to find out more about this problem and what can be done about it.
  • Living with Aspergers: Treatment Options
    What are the treatment options of individuals with Asperger's? This article examines both traditional and non-traditional methods.
  • The Challenges of Being a Women with Asperger's
    Women with Asperger’s face challenges in everyday life that can be stressful and leave them feeling set apart. Read on for helpful advice on identifying these problems and dealing with them.
  • Getting Your Child with Asperger's to Try New Foods
    A few helpful hints to get your Asperger's child or family member to try new foods and be a healthier eater.
  • Psychotropic Medications Helpful for Asperger Syndrome
    There are no medications specifically approved for Asperger's syndrome, but various drugs can be used to help manage certain symptoms and behaviors. Let's look at depression, hyperactivity, aggression and irritability to review the most helpful medications.
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