Asperger syndrome by Andres gonzalez

Today, Asperger's syndrome is technically no longer a diagnosis on it's own. It is now part of a broader category called autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This group of related mental health issues shares some symptoms. Even so, lots of people still use the term Asperger's.

what is Asperger syndrome its when someone gets distracted vary easily by any little thing for instance if a teacher is teaching something and has a colorful poster in the back the student might notice it and not listen to the teacher and just might have a hard time focusing on one thing but can comprehend things faster than other people you might notice that they have trouble with social skill you will also notice that they will switch their focus around and can't focus on just one thing.

help they get they do take medication so they can consitrate a little better or in some cases they might learn to just self control themselvs and try to focus on one thing sometimes but they still might have a little trouble constraiting. But there are more issues than this case. Sensory is a issue with most touching them might scare them or anger them while playing loud music might make them not understand what is happening and bright lights may scare them. Now later in life they may not have these problems due to adapting to their enviorment and making changes can help them to adjust faster and still might need to take medication to just help whith some of these problems

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