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How do my husband and I find some middle ground in handling our bright 8 year old with Aspergers?How do my husband and I find some middle ground in handling our bright 8 year old with Aspergers?
Parenting can be very hard when it comes to handling issues with children. In some cases, parents can be either the good guy or the bad guy to their children, further causing issues in their parentin . . . keep reading

How to deal with a 14 year old child that knows she is different because she has Aspergers but does not want to be different?How to deal with a 14 year old child that knows she is different because she has Aspergers but does not want to be different?
Being different can be very hard for a teenager to handle. Their minds have to handle many things as they try to find themselves and having Asperger's can make them stand out even more. She needs sup . . . keep reading

How to understand how they think and how their brain works in different situations.How to understand how they think and how their brain works in different situations.
Understanding the mind of a child with Asperger's can be very difficult to understand. To begin, they have what is known as theory of mind, which means they are only interested in their own thoughts . . . keep reading

How to motivate my child regarding school (to go there, to want to learn to read and write)How to motivate my child regarding school (to go there, to want to learn to read and write)
Motivating your child to attend school or even leave the house to attend school can be quite a task. He or she may have a variety of reasons why school is of no interest, but your child must attend s . . . keep reading

How can I teach empathy to my child?How can I teach empathy to my child?
Empathy is one of the hardest things to teach a child with Asperger's. They may come off as mean and cold-hearted to someone who does not know that they have Asperger's. The lack of empathy makes it . . . keep reading

How do you deal with the aggressive violent anger issues?How do you deal with the aggressive violent anger issues?
Aggressive behavior is one of the many issues that children with Asperger's may have. They can go from being very calm and end up becoming very violent and aggressive for a number of different reaso . . . keep reading

Independence and how to achieve it.   I have a 28 year old. Help!Independence and how to achieve it. I have a 28 year old. Help!
Independence is important for every individual. Parents want what is best for their children and independence is one of the most important things that they want for them. Parents of children with As . . . keep reading

Do we require them to do homework for topics they are not interested in?Do we require them to do homework for topics they are not interested in?
The answer to this question all depends on the school and the teacher. Generally the students are required to either complete homework on a specific topic or they are allowed to choose a topic from . . . keep reading

How do we teach our daughter good hygiene habits?How do we teach our daughter good hygiene habits?
Children generally master good hygiene habits by the age of 6, but with children with Asperger's, it may take longer. The problem is that many children with Asperger's have sensory issues that preve . . . keep reading

What is the most important in aiding in the development of social skills for middle school ages with aspergers?What is the most important in aiding in the development of social skills for middle school ages with aspergers?
Using pictures is a great way to help a child with Asperger's understand social skills. Many children with Asperger's rely heavily on visual aids to help them in their daily interactions. Social sto . . . keep reading

What is the best way to help my teen accept their diagnosis and see it as positive?What is the best way to help my teen accept their diagnosis and see it as positive?
An Asperger's diagnosis should never be seen as negative. Those with Asperger's are extremely special and talented in ways that others cannot even imagine. There are tons of resources that you can us . . . keep reading

How do we get help for teenagers with Asperger's when there are no resources in the school?How do we get help for teenagers with Asperger's when there are no resources in the school?
It is unfortunate that many teenagers attend schools that do not provide any resources for children with Asperger's. Public school are obligated to provide special education services to students that . . . keep reading

How do you deal with teachers who just don't get it?  Who think your child is bad and "making bad choices" when they are melting down or become overwhelmed?How do you deal with teachers who just don't get it? Who think your child is bad and "making bad choices" when they are melting down or become overwhelmed?
How frustrated you must be when teacher just don't understand how to handle your child. It cannot be easy for you as a parent to know that the people who are trained to teach and understand your chil . . . keep reading

Is it possible for my daughter not to stand out as an unusual individual?Is it possible for my daughter not to stand out as an unusual individual?
Yes, it is possible for your daughter not to stand out as unusual. There are many people with Asperger's whom others may not know have it. Your daughter is special and an individual with special tale . . . keep reading

How to discipline a child with Asperger's Syndrome appropriately.How to discipline a child with Asperger's Syndrome appropriately.
Disciplining a child with Asperger's may be one of the hardest things that a parent will ever have to do. Parents try their hardest to increase their love and affection, but children with Asperger's . . . keep reading

When my son doesn't understand a subject (ie. Algebra), he won't ask for or accept help from anyone.  Why is this?When my son doesn't understand a subject (ie. Algebra), he won't ask for or accept help from anyone. Why is this?
It is extremely hard for kids to admit that they have problems understanding anything, especially when they are at school in front of their peers. He likely doesn't accept the help because if draws a . . . keep reading

How can I help to ensure that my twin with Asperger's reach their true potential?How can I help to ensure that my twin with Asperger's reach their true potential?
Your concern is that of every parent. Parents want their children to have the best opportunities in life to succeed and become independent individuals. Your twins can have everything in life that yo . . . keep reading

What on earth my child can do at lunchtime at school.What on earth my child can do at lunchtime at school.
Lunchtime can be challenging to children with Asperger's. They may have sensory issues that prevent them from wanting to be in the cafeteria, issues with food textures that may prevent them from wan . . . keep reading

How to get your child to switch to a new topic when they are fixated on a certain topic?How to get your child to switch to a new topic when they are fixated on a certain topic?
Fixation is common for children with Asperger's. Parents may not know this but fixations are ways that children cope with various aspects of their lives and provide structure in their daily lives. I . . . keep reading

My daughter refuses to accept that her son, my grandson, is Asperger's, while mild but everyone but her knows he is different. What can be done?My daughter refuses to accept that her son, my grandson, is Asperger's, while mild but everyone but her knows he is different. What can be done?
No one can image how hard it is for parents to accept that their child has Asperger's. The range of emotions can vary over time and can leave parents with feelings of hopelessness and fear. The idea . . . keep reading

How to find a girlfriend if you have Asperger's: tip #4
How to find a girlfriend if you have Asperger's: tip #4 In this video, James Hackett gives a tip on how to find a girlfriend. Knowing what kind of girl you want. . . . keep reading
How do my husband and I find some middle ground in handling our bright 8 year old with Aspergers?
How do my husband and I find some middle ground in handling our bright 8 year old with Aspergers? Parenting can be very hard when it comes to handling issues with children. In some cases, parents can be either the good guy or the bad guy to their children, further causing issues in their parenting responsibilities. Although no one really knows what to expect when it comes to parenting, they do their best to make sure that their child receives the structure and upbringing that they need. Parents must stick together when it comes to handling their children. . . . keep reading
How to deal with a 14 year old child that knows she is different because she has Aspergers but does not want to be different?
How to deal with a 14 year old child that knows she is different because she has Aspergers but does not want to be different? Being different can be very hard for a teenager to handle. Their minds have to handle many things as they try to find themselves and having Asperger's can make them stand out even more. She needs support and help understanding what she is going through just as others around her struggle to understand how she acts and thinks. . . . keep reading
How to Find a Girlfriend if you have Aspergers (tip #3)
How to Find a Girlfriend if you have Aspergers (tip #3) In this video, James Hackett gives a tip on how to find a girlfriend. Knowing what kind of girl you want. . . . keep reading
How to deal with sensory issues?
How to deal with sensory issues? Sensory issues are hard to handle for children with Asperger's. These issues can prevent them from doing many of the daily tasks that they would like to do but cannot because of their sensory deficits. The good thing is that sensory issues do not have to prevent the child from doing any of the daily tasks that he or she has to do. . . . keep reading
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