Parents fear that their child’s language based learning disability will limit opportunities, but with additional supports like speech/language therapy this is not true.
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Category: Non-verbal Language
Do people with Asperger Syndrome prefer fiction or non-fiction? It has been suggested that people with Asperger prefer nonfiction because it provides fact-based information related to their special interest. However, I have known people with Asperger syndrome who enjoyed fiction. The lack of interest in reading fiction usually begins in childhood when children begin […]
We have all had exhausting days as parents when all we want to do is get home, but at the same time when opportunity knocks its important to seize the moment to teach our children.
Do you ever get the feeling people are not understanding what you are saying? What are some of the signs that this is happening to you? You are talking, but instead of people commenting, they are shaking their head with a stiff smile on their face as if they are agreeing. Another sign is no […]