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Transcript of Asperger Syndrome
Syndrome Developmental Disability Something you're born with Affects the way you understand the world Asperger syndrome is named for the Austrian pediatrician Hans Asperger In 1944, he described children in his practice who lacked nonverbal communication skills, demonstrated limited empathy with their peers, and were physically clumsy. Difficulties with
social functioning Sensory Issues Obsessive Interests Insistance on
Routine Hidden Social Messages
we take for granted are like
a foreign language to someone
with Aspergers (emotions, irony & jokes) Music is too loud!! Fabric's rough!! I have no friends ... World War II!! Dolls!! Train Schedules!! Don't wanna feel overwhelmed!!! Lack of Empathy Good Stuff about
Asperger Syndrome Honest and hardworking
when interested Intelligent loving in their
own way Excelent Memory Famous Ppl with Asperger Satoshi Tajiri Craig Nicholls Bill Gates Albert Einstein &
Isaac Newton Tim Burton &
Steven Spielberg Asperger? Me? I find social situations confusing I find it hard to make small talk I tend to turn any conversation back
onto myself or my own topic of interest
I am good at picking up details and facts I find it hard to work out what
other ppl are thinking or feeling I can focus on certain things for very long periods Ppl often say I was rude,
even when this was unintentional I have usually strong narrow interests I do certain things in a very inflexible and repetetive way I have always had difficulty making friends Thanks for your
listening!! Not everything that steps out of line, and thus “abnormal,” must necessarily be “inferior.”
Hans Asperger (1938)