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But here are some things about Asperger's that are less well known. Asperger's syndrome, sometimes known as an autistic spectrum disorder, is a lifelong disability which affects people in many different ways. While there are similarities with autism, people with Asperger's syndrome have fewer problems with speaking and don't usually have the associated learning disabilities. They sometimes call themselves aspies for short.

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Does it officially exist? A hard or soft "G"? Everyone is different but some say that what they need to recover from a meltdown is being left alone in a place where they feel safe, listening to music, having a bath or sleeping.

Do people with Asperger's have empathy? It might only become obvious at around age 11, when the pressure to be the same as friends gets too much. A person on the spectrum could be better at maths than a neurotypical but some even have dyscalculia, a specific difficulty with s. This is a skill that can be learned over time.

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Instead, people with the same set of difficulties who are diagnosed using the DSM after that time are described as having an autism spectrum disorder. Dependent on the cause of meltdown, it may be best to help the person leave the situation they find distressing.

They aren't usually caused by one specific thing. It is not unusual for someone on the autism spectrum to have a co-occurring condition. They might ignore the fact that autistic people have a tendency to take things literally, asking someone to take a seat rather than sit down.

For example, a young girl with Asperger's might make it her business to collect all of the collorado that Barbie has ever worn. Do people with Asperger's have empathy? Women and girls can find it easier to mask their difficulties, making the condition harder to recognise. It is not unusual for someone on the autism spectrum to have a co-occurring condition.

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This is the author's preference and is used in this article. After a meltdown the person often feels ashamed, embarrassed, and very tired. This is a skill that can be learned over time. The written dictionaries mention both versions. The written dictionaries mention both versions. The disability is named after Austrian paediatrician Hans Asperger, whose surname is pronounced with a hard "G", like burger. Some girls with Asperger's will manage to keep their difficulties under wraps at school, but might have "meltdowns" at home, xouples they feel safe to relax and release the feelings that they have been squashing down all day.

Instead, people with the same set of difficulties who are diagnosed using the DSM after that time are described as having an autism spectrum disorder. It might only become obvious at around age 11, when the pressure to be the same as friends gets too much. Girls will have special interests but instead of building up an incredible wealth of knowledge on subjects like trains or dinosaurs - like boys with Asperger's might - they tend to like the same things as neurotypical girls their age, albeit in a more focused way.

No similar change has been made to this manual, and so UK doctors continue to diagnose Asperger's syndrome. There are people with Asperger's who have a high IQ and others who don't. Contrary to popular belief, people with Asperger's do have empathy.

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How do you say Asperger 's syndrome? What is a meltdown?

But here are some things about Asperger's that are less well known. Contrary to popular belief, people with Asperger's do have empathy.

Dependent on the cause of meltdown, it may be best to help the person leave the situation they find distressing. In recognition of the fact that their brains are wired differently, people with autism and Asperger's say that they are "neuro-untypical". The autism community talks about the double bind empathy problem. They call people who don't have either disability "neurotypicals", or NTs.

A meltdown is where a person with autism or Asperger's temporarily loses coolrado because of emotional responses to environmental factors. They sometimes call themselves aspies for short.

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The autism community talks about the double bind empathy problem. Many in the Asperger's community, and relevant charities, say Asperger's syndrome with a hard "G". Many axult the Asperger's community, and relevant charities, say Asperger's syndrome with a hard "G". A hard or soft "G"?

dolorado Merriam-Webster dictionary also has this pronunciation. This is where neurotypicals can seem less than empathetic - by failing to take into how people with autism see the world. It is likely that many in the US will continue to say that they have Asperger's, despite the changes. They aren't usually caused by one specific thing.

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Does it officially exist? Although Austrian paediatrician Hans Asperger thought it only affected boys when he first described the syndrome back inresearch since has found that there are likely to be a similar of females on the spectrum. Although Austrian paediatrician Hans Asperger thought it only affected boys when he first described the syndrome back inresearch since has found that there are likely to be a similar of females on the spectrum.

Is it mainly a boy thing? Women and girls can find it easier to mask their difficulties, making the condition harder to recognise.

A meltdown is where a person with autism or Asperger's temporarily loses control because of emotional responses to environmental factors. A person on the spectrum could be better at maths than a neurotypical but some even have dyscalculia, a specific difficulty with s.

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They call people who don't have either disability "neurotypicals", or NTs. Here are some more lesser-known or misunderstood aspects of Asperger's syndrome from those who know.

But some other dictionaries use a soft "G", like Merger, in their online audio pronunciations of Asperger's. Examples of typical difficulties that may be faced by someone with Asperger's syndrome Understanding non-verbal communication, such as body language or tone Interpreting the feelings, thoughts or motives of others Relating to non-literal uses of language, such as idioms, jokes or irony Following social conventions such as respecting another person's physical space Depending on familiar routines and feeling anxious if these are not adhered to Experiencing sensory difficulties, for example being overpowered by visual, auditory or tactile stimuli Limits to coloraro awareness, for example walking round obstacles or carrying colorao fine motor tasks.

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