Ausperger in adults
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More and more adults are being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder ASD in their thirties, forties and beyond. Not surprisingly, one of the most common ways that adults realize they are on the spectrum is in the wake of having a child diagnosed with ASD. The first clue for others is when a professional who works with their child mentions that autism can run in families. Regardless of how it happens, there is often a sense of disbelief at that initial Aha!
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What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Autism in Adults: Spectrum Disorder Symptoms & Signs
It cannot be cured, appropriate intervention and support can help people to develop skills and coping strategies. Social skills training can assist people on the autism spectrum in understanding how to read the different expectations of social situations. Better than average skills the people with Asperger may have high intelligence. Read on.
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You've never really grasped small talk, and would rather talk to a computer than another human being. Does that mean you have Asperger Syndrome AS? But it is perfectly possible that you are an adult who is diagnosable with a relatively mild high functioning form of an autism spectrum disorder. If you're an adult who has managed to make it through high school or even college and get or hold a job even with symptoms that might be associated with autism , chances are your autism is relatively mild. That's because most of the symptoms relate to social communication and sensory responses —and if you're out of your home in the 21st-century world, you're required to engage socially and cope with a huge range of sensory assaults in almost every environment.