Asperger’s Syndrome is a condition on the autism spectrum. It is one of the milder forms of autism and can be hard to spot because it can be ‘higher functioning’ than other conditions. It is difficult to communicate with someone with Asperger’s, as they may struggle to understand social cues or may not be able to communicate well.
Asperger’s Syndrome, or simply Asperger’s, is a milder form of Autism. This means people with Asperger’s often go undiagnosed. They can be frustrated by the lack of support they get, which makes life more difficult for them. Fortunately, early diagnosis of Asperger’s can make it much easier for these people to learn to cope with their condition.
In this post, we will take a look at some of the most common symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome to look out for in yourself and others. The two main ways to diagnose Aspergers are by observing persistently odd behavior or from a medical professional’s diagnosis.