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Aspergers Syndrome

 

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Aspergers Syndrome

WHAT IS IT?

Asperger syndrome is a form of?autism, which is a lifelong disability that affects how a person makes sense of the world, processes information and relates to other people. Autism is often described as a ‘spectrum disorder’ because the condition affects people in many different ways and to varying degrees.

SYMPTOMS?

Asperger syndrome is mostly a ‘hidden disability’. This means that you can’t tell that someone has the condition from their outward appearance. People with the condition have difficulties in three main areas. They are:
social communication
social interaction
social imagination.

They are often referred to as ‘the triad of impairments’
While there are similarities with autism, people with Asperger syndrome have fewer problems with speaking and are often of average, or above average, intelligence. They do not usually have the accompanying?learning disabilities?associated with autism, but they may have specific learning difficulties. These may include?dyslexia?and?dyspraxia?or other conditions such as?attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?(ADHD) and?epilepsy.

PARENTS TIPS…

Try to help your child with aspergers by always telling them of the plans for the day and making sure they are told as soon as there are any changes.
Dont keep trying to socialise with them, they are happy in their own world many a times!
If you know that they like certain things e.g. their food a particular way, don

Our Vision

Our vision:  to provide every individual, with the opportunity and enabling environment to grow and flourish to achieve their full potential. Our mission

  • To meet the varying needs (including religious and cultural needs) of individuals with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) using a holistic approach.
  • To provide a nurturing environment that is happy, safe and stimulating through a team of highly skilled specialist staff
  • To ensure it is a beacon of excellence and leading force for SEND within the local and extended community (raising awareness, and delivering training and development programmes).
  • Working in partnership as part of a multi-agency network to meet the needs of individuals with SEND and their families.

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