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Developmental Concerns:Know more about Asperger Syndrome
2008-03-05
Name: Editor Have you ever heard of Asperger syndrome? Do you know someone who suffers from this disorder? What treatments are available for these individuals?
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2010-01-26
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Name: Jayanthi
Subject:  Asperger´ s kids can be helped
Though Asperger' s syndrome cannot be cured completely, there are different types of therapies to help such kids. I work with kids with asperger' s syndrome. and I have found good difference in just 1 yr time. those kids are pretty smart. We just need to try helping them with lot of love and care.
The Social interaction is one main difficult task with such children. we have to try with play dates of 2 or 3 kids. also, they can be in a class with 2 or 3 normal kids, from whom they can learn how to act in situations. many kids learn from other kids in aspects of behavior and speech.
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2008-09-06
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Name: Bollywoodgirl
Subject:  Bigger house
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2008-03-05
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Name: Kaushik
Subject:  real problem
Yes, asperger' s syndrome is a real problem. I have seen documentaries on TV that explain this problem. The main thing to remember is that these people are not mentally retarded. They are intelligent and can go on to have successful careers in the future. All they need is love and support.
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2008-03-05
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Name: Gauri
Subject:  Never heard of it
I have never heard of this disease before. After reading this article, I am beginning to wonder if it really exists. After all, how do you distinguish between a child who is actually affected from one who is simply rude. If this disease exists, I am sure it must be only in developed countries.
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2008-03-05
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Name: Radha
Subject:  Ignorance
Please do not use your ignorance as an excuse. This is a standard reply ´ I have never seen or heard it so it does not exist´ . Open your eyes to reality. Do you know what it feels like to be a parent of such a child? Knowing that he will never be cured. As to why you hear of it in developed countries, it is because they recognise that a problem exists. Whereas here, we´ d rather punish our children and call them stupid.
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