Aspergers Independent - My teenaged son with Aspergers has left school and has no job or plans for college. How can I get him to be motivated to do something with his life?
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Motivating a teenager to do anything can be a real chore. Teenagers have reached the age where they think they are smarter than their parents. This is true of all teenagers, including those with Asperger's Syndrome. It can be a source of contention in any household. Things do get better, but until that happens, you'll need a plan ... . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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