Thursday, October 25, 2007

Something to think on

Aspergers Syndrome is a Austim Spectrim Disorder, discovered in 1944. It is also called a Nonverbal disability, as 90% of people diagnosed with it are fully functional.

Most children are bullied, due to their lack of social skills, and difficulty using language in a social context. Nonverbal cues are extremely hard for a child with AS, they can't read you face when you are mad, happy or confused. Most have speach therapy to work on this aspect of the disorder.

Tags, strings and linings on clothing can cause major discomfort for a person with AS, living little choice other than cutting out tags etc.

Remember that everyone sees the world diffrently, and some live in it in a way you will never see.

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