Autism and ADHD
Autism and ADHD
Asperger's and ADHD
Most children with symptoms formerly associated with Asperger's Syndrome,an autism spectrum disorder,receive an ADHD diagnosis - or misdiagnosis - before a pediatrician concludes that it's AS.The symptoms of autism spectrum disorders and ADHD overlap.Most children on the autism spectrum have symptoms of ADHD - difficulty settling down,social awkwardness,the ability to focus only on things that interest them,and impulsivity.
Asperger's Syndrome and Autism
Although symptoms formerly associated with Asperger's Syndrome are part of the autism spectrum,the symptoms are often milder than those of some forms of autism.More severe forms of autism are often diagnosed in the first two years of a child's life,but symptoms formerly associated with Asperger's Syndrome are usually diagnosed at a later age.A major development,most Asperger's Syndrome children communicate by age three.
Cause of Asperger's Syndrome
Researchers don't fully understand what causes symptoms formerly associated with Asperger's Syndrome,although there seems to be a strong genetic component.
Signs of Asperger's Syndrome
Children with symptoms formerly associated with Asperger's Syndrome,like all individuals on the spectrum,have difficulties in three areas:
A child with Asperger's Syndrome might have some or all of these symptoms;however,symptoms are often less severe than in a child with autism.Parents may be slow to pick up on symptoms formerly associated with Asperger's Syndrome in their child.Its subtle combination of clues that leave parents wondering if anything is wrong or if the symptoms are part of their child's personality.
Although many patients need help with learning and developmental issues,parents are always disappointed with the various programs available to them.They want to find something that is fast,effective and could be done without effort or require that the person be able to follow directions.Moreover,many families are looking for effective non-drug therapies that target the actual problem.
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