A Journey Through Asperger s Syndrome

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A Journey Through Asperger's Syndrome Ali, Katie, Liza

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What is Asperger's? Asperger's disorder (AS) is a formative disorder.  An extreme introvertedness range issue (ASD) Mildest type of Autism Dr. Hans Asperger 1944 Boys with comparative characteristics Boy considers b/c most cases were found in young men (still today 70-80)% May be on the grounds that young ladies can conquer indications in view of socialization Neurological issue ASD of an unmistakable gathering of neurological conditions more prominent or not as much as normal level of impedance in dialect and relational abilities, redundant or prohibitive examples of thought and conduct.

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Common Traits & Characteristics socially cumbersome and ungainly guileless and naïve unconscious of others' emotions not able to bear on discussion effortlessly steamed at changes exacting in discourse and comprehension delicate to boisterous sounds, lights, scents focused on one subject or question physically unbalanced in games exceptionally precise memory for points of interest inconvenience understanding things they have heard or perused wrong non-verbal communication & expression redundant and unimportant remarks curiously noisy, high or repetitive voice shake, squirm or pace while concentrating

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Diagnosing the Syndrome Two fundamental criteria for analysis: DSM IV and Gillberg's criteria: Impairment in social collaborations Limited every single expending interest Burden in regards to schedules and interests Speech and correspondence issues Non-verbal dialect troubles Difficulty with engine aptitudes

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Possible Treatment *The prior the better! Psychosocial intercessions Social preparing aptitudes Cognitive conduct treatment Any action to help individual figure out how to acclimate to social circumstances and act fittingly Camp, high schooler visits, assemble correspondence Psychopharmalogical mediations NO CURE!

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What Can Cause All this? The level headed discussion… *NOT BAD PARENTING! Hereditary qualities (still a ton of research in Progress) Family legacy on father's side Studies of cerebrum Right projection examines utilizing MRI's Research done as a part of 1994 and 1995 Disability with right half of the globe Right front flap particularly manages "social guidelines" Other Findings Birth issues, absence of oxygen focal sensory system brokenness

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Autism is: being available in this world, But not so much of it. I am one stage evacuated and twisted, The switch simply doesn't click. I play out the part of my discernment, And play numerous parts so well. Be that as it may, less documents for my reclamation, My part in life I can't tell. Life resemble a video, I observe yet can't share. My uneven aptitudes are however a reverberate, Of the dissatisfactions which I loathe! Be that as it may, my engaged utilization of time and space, I would not give away. I realize that I am particularly set, For some created vocation one day! Wendy Lawson & her story constantly new she was diverse Very hard to make companions No adaptability Obsessions of interests creatures and bugs Tinted glasses Only cotton Can't read non-verbal communication Social abilities by experimentation Uncomfortable when not in control An Interview with Asperger's

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Fact or Myth? ALL PEOPLE WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME ARE EXACTLY THE SAME? False ASPERGER'S SYNDROME IS HIGH FUNCTION AUTISM True ALL PEOPLE WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME CAN HAVE MEANINGFUL JOBS AND LIVE INDEPENDENTLY False IF YOU CAN FIX THE BEHAVIORS OF PEOPLE WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME, YOU CAN CURE THE DISORDER False SOME PEOPLE WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME DESIRE FRIENDSHIP True FROM A CROWD OF PEOPLE I MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO PICK THE PERSON WITH ASPERGER'S OUT True!

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Asperger's In History… Surprised? Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton

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Works Cited http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disarranges/asperger/asperger.htm http://img.nesteklikk.no/2005-14/medium/56555.jpg http://img.pathfinder.gr/CMAN/i/61/0/26-5.jpg http://www.learningdiscoveries.org/Aspergers.htm www.scarfuk.co.uk/pictures/image2.gif http://mugsy.org/wendy/wendy13.jpg http://www.aspergers.com/http://info.med.yale.edu/chldstdy/a mental imbalance/aspergers.html http://www.ninds.nih.gov/clutters/asperger/asperger.htm http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Troy/1807/criteria.html

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