Assessment of Asperger’s Syndrome

Diagnosing Asperger’s syndrome in adults involves a lengthy assessment, typically in the range of three hours. What if there were a quicker way to get a reliable and accurate picture of whether you have this condition? Actually, there is. Two … Read more

Studies show that women with Asperger’s are diagnosed less frequently than men and thus less likely to get the help they need. They require more severe symptoms, greater behavioral problems, and more overall evidence of Asperger’s than men, even though … Read more

There are days when I stand on a precipice, precariously ready to fall beyond whom I am and into someone whom I really cannot believe I ever was…Though it has taken thirty-eight years, I cannot express what a relief I … Read more

Asperger’s syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are considered separate, distinct conditions, having different origins and different sets of symptoms, each requiring different diagnostic guidelines. In actuality, this assumption of a clear, significant distinction between these disorders is debatable. … Read more

Does it makes sense to find out if you have Asperger’s syndrome, and if so, what should you anticipate? Are there real advantages to knowing? Would a diagnosis of Asperger’s be inviting any unexpected problems? Is there any point in … Read more

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