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Signs of Asperger Syndrome

Asperger’s syndrome is a PDD (pervasive development disorder). PDD’S cause developmental delays in basic skills such as socialization and communication. 
Asperger’s syndrome has many of the characteristics of autism (a severe type of PPD). There are differences between the two. Children with Asperger’s Syndrome tend to be higher functioning. Children with Asperger’s Syndrome usually have normal intelligence and language development. 

Some of the common signs are as followed

  • Problem Socialising

  • Difficulty in Communicating

  • Limitations in Imagination and Creative Play

  • Special knowledgeable interests

  • Repetitive interests or Behavior
  • Dislike any changes in routines
  • Appear to lack empathy
  • Have unusual facial expressions or postures
  • Have heightened sensitivity
  • Have delayed motor development.
  • Normally Withdraw around others

 

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