What distinguishes Aspergers Disorder from classic autism are its less severe symptoms and the absence of language delays. Children with Aspergers Disorder may be only mildly affected, and they frequently have good language and cognitive skills.What distinguishes Aspergers Disorder from classic autism
Do people with Aspergers have the same characteristics?
Speaking differences such as lack of verbal rhythm, monotone pitch and a peculiar inflection on certain words impact most Aspergian children. Adult Aspergians have the same characteristics since many do not outgrow it. They are often unable to control their voices volume according to their surroundings.
What are the characteristics of a person with high functioning Aspergers?
Adults with Aspergers syndrome may experience symptoms such as: awkward social interactions. difficulty talking with others. an inability to interpret nonverbal behaviors in others.
How is an Aspergers brain different?
Your mother is correct that the scientific evidence points to the brain of people with autism and Aspergers syndrome as being different but not necessarily “disordered.” Studies have shown that the brain in autism develops differently, in terms of both structure and function, compared with more typical patterns of