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Summer Camps and Academic Programs for Kids with Asperger's Syndrome
Asperger's Syndrome in Children and Teens
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Managing the Fixations of Children with Asperger's Syndrome
Fixations or perseverations with certain topics or objects are a classic symptom of Asperger's syndrome. In addition to impairments in social functioning, characteristic of Aspergers disorder include restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of behavior, interests, and activities.
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Aspergers Schools and Camps
Schools and Camps for kids and teens with Asperger Syndrome
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Diagnosing Asperger's Syndrome
Asperger's Syndrome has probably always been around, however, the medical establishment has only recently begun to diagnose it.
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I Don't Have Asperger's!
Anosognosia means denying that you have a medically diagnosed condition and not following doctors' orders. Children with Asperger Syndrome commonly react with anosognosia.
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Bright Lights, Loud Noises
People with Asperger Syndrome often have to deal with extreme sensitivities to everyday sights, sounds, smells and touch.
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Autism Spectrum Disorders - Rett's Syndrome Childhood Disintegrative Disorder Autism Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Autism spectrum disorders have five ppd's rett's syndrome childhood disintegrative disorder autism asperger syndrome pervasive developmental disorder
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The Benefits of Asperger's Syndrome
While there are significant benefits of Asperger's, the idea that every Aspie is a potential genius can put undue pressure on a child with Asperger Syndrome.
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Asperger's Stories
Individual stories of children and teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome.
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Advocating for the Asperger's Child
Friends and family of children with Asperger Syndrome often feel as if they need to be advocates for them.
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Asperger's in Schools
Classroom solutions for aspergers kids in school
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Helping Children and Teens with Asperger's to Achieve Success in School Settings
Achieveing Success in School Settings for Children and Teens with Aspergers Syndrome
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Social Skills for Children and Teens with Asperger's Syndrome: How Schools and Families Can Help
How School and Families can Help Children and Teens with Asperger's develop Social Skills
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Horseback Riding as Therapy for Children and Teens with Asperger's Syndrome
Horseback riding offers one area of activity which can help the brain create new, more instinctive, yet conscious communication patterns that seem to be partly or entirely dormant in the person with Asperger's.
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Choosing Gifts for Children with Asperger's Syndrome
Finding Gifts for Children with Asperger's Syndrome
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Improving Non-verbal Communication with Cross-Cultural Exercises
Children with Asperger’s, like people experiencing a foreign culture, may also have difficulty synchronizing their body movements with those of others, something that most of us do unconsciously.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/non_ver_com.html

Bullying and Asperger Syndrome
How to protect your Asperger Sydrome child from bullying.
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Loneliness & Friendships for Children with Asperger Syndrome
Children with Asperger Syndrome think friendship with other children is too much work.
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Diet and Nutrition for the Teen with Asperger's Syndrome
Even slight worsening of moods, or additional absent-mindedness due to low blood sugar from skipping a meal, may cause a teenager with Asperger's to fall into difficulties in important social situations.
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When Your Aspergers Child is a Picky Eater
Because of their sensitivity to smell, temperature, taste and texture, children with Asperger Syndrome are often picky eaters.
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Sleep and Exercise for Children and Teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome
Information about the relationship between sleep and exercise in children and teens with Aspergers Syndrome.
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Problems Teens With Asperger Syndrome Often Face
Asperger Syndrome teens typically become more isolated socially during a period when they crave friendships and inclusion more than ever. In the cruel world of middle and high school, Aspies often face rejection, isolation and bullying.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/teen.html

Asperger Syndrome and Attention Deficit Disorder
Children with Asperger's Syndrome are often diagnosed with ADD
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Girls and Aspergers Syndrome
The primary differences between Asperger's diagnoses in girls and boys seem to be caused by basic differences in the ways boys and girls express themselves.
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Special Education Rights for Children with Aspergers Syndrome
Each public agency this includes school districts shall ensure that a full and individual evaluation is conducted for each child being considered for special education and related services.
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Asperger's Book Reviews
Book reviews on Asperger's Syndrome related topics
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Asperger's Syndrome Resources and Academic Programs
Resources for parents of children with Asperger Syndrome
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Bright Lights, Loud Noises - Working with Sensory Integration Disorders
People with Asperger Syndrome often have problems processing, organizing and using information received their senses. This is called Sensory Integration Disorder.
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"Little Professors" on Campus: Planning for College With Asperger's
Today, students with Asperger's are pursuing their dreams of a college education and professional career.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/college.html

Horseback Riding as Therapy for Children and Teens with Asperger's Syndrome
The goals of horse-back riding lessons should also include learning to be a successful rider through understanding horse behavior and mastering nonverbal communication skills.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/horse2.html

Improving Non-verbal Communication with Cross-Cultural Exercises
Improving non-verbal communication with cross-cultural exercises has three important components.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/non_ver_com2.html

Diet and Nutrition Planning for teen with Asperger's Syndrome
Rather than using direct praise for positive changes in your teenager's eating habits, which may feel too intrusive or excessive for what he or she will rightly regard as a very basic part of life, ask your teenager to cook for the family.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/nutrition2.html

Sleep and Exercise for Children and Teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome
Sleep came easily when children were worn out from running and playing outdoors. Yet as a society we have taken away so much of this wonderful time.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/exercise1.html

Sleep and Exercise for Children and Teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome
Physical education classes are usually a nightmare for a child with Asperger Syndrome.
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How Parents Can Help Teens With Asperger Syndrome
Parents of teens with Asperger Syndrome face many problems that others parents do not. Time is running out for teaching their Aspie how to become an independent adult.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/teen2.html

The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome by Tony Attwood
A review of The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome by Tony Attwood
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/complete-guide-to-aspergers.html

The ADHD Autism Connection by Diane Kennedy
A review of The ADHD Autism Connection by Diane Kennedy.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/connection.html

Freaks, Geeks, and Asperger Syndrome By Luke Jackson
Luke Jackson embraces his Asperger Syndrome, geekiness and nerdiness and advises other teens with Asperger Syndrome to do the same.
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Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence
A review of Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence by Dr. Teresa Bolick.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/aspergers.html

The Oasis Guide to Asperger Syndrome
The OASIS Guide to Asperger Syndrome is easily the best and most complete book ever written on this subject. If you have to buy just one book on children with Asperger Syndrome, you want this one.
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Autism, Aspergers, ADHD, ADD? A Parent's Road Map to Understanding and Support!
Diane Drake Burns' book is like having coffee with a compassionate friend. It is an ideal choice for parents who suspect something is wrong but are hesitate to face their fears.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/road-map-book.html

Advocating for the Teenager with Asperger's Syndrome - Part I
Advocating for the Teenager with Asperger's Syndrome
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/advocating_teens.html

Improving Non-verbal Communication with Cross-Cultural Exercises
You can provide this loving environment at home through the animal world of affectionate pets, and also by coaching your family and others in your home.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/non_ver_com3.html

Sleep and Exercise for Children and Teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome
Children and teenagers, and even adults, who spend two or three hours a day outdoors engaging in natural exercise have an easier time going to sleep for several reasons.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/exercise2.html

Advocating for the Teenager with Asperger's Syndrome - Part II
Most bureaucracies are more responsive to communication that is also provided in writing, so it's important to learn the proper way to advocate for the child or teen with Aspergers.
http://www.yourlittleprofessor.com/advocating_teens2.html

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