Assessment of Asperger’s Syndrome

  Evidence is emerging that women with Asperger’s syndrome think and act differently than men with Asperger’s. The difference is so pronounced that some experts are proposing a type of Asperger’s unique to women, referring to this distinct condition as … Read more

  If you think it’s a possibility that you have Asperger’s syndrome, is it worth the time and effort to find out for sure? Only you can answer this question, but it might help to consider some of the pros … Read more

  No accurate count of the number of adults with Asperger’s syndrome in the United States currently exists. But government statistics indicate that about 3.5 million children in the United States have an autism spectrum disorder. An estimated 75% of … Read more

You may suspect you have Asperger’s Syndrome and wonder how you would know for sure. A professionally administered assessment is the most reliable and accurate way of answering this question. For many people, however, finding an expert in adult Asperger’s … Read more

When I ask about the disadvantages of an Asperger’s diagnosis, I am referring specifically to being diagnosed with this condition in adulthood. A diagnosis in childhood has more obvious advantages, such as receiving appropriate services in school, focusing on building … Read more