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Re: Asberger's Syndrome
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Subject: Re: Asberger's Syndrome
From: RADIO DOCTOR <lylehenry@fastmail.fm>
Date: Sun, 27 May 2018 14:05:57 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
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On Sun, 27 May 2018, Alex Hartman wrote:


Aspergers is not a disease that has "treatment", it's a complete lifestyle modification. Many say us engineers have it on some level as well. :P But it's a mild form of Autism. There is no cure, no treatment, just adapted learning techniques in primary school, and life skills. That kid can probably do complex math at a glance but not be able to tie shoe laces. That's how that world operates. But a vast majority with Asperger's do live perfectly normal lives, but you have to find a home willing to go through the structured learning and living that it requires. But it sounds like the kid does need to be assessed to figure out cognitively where on the scale he/she lands.

It's not as simple as treatment. That's what I'd tell the family.

On Sun, May 27, 2018 at 3:19 PM, RADIO DOCTOR <lylehenry@fastmail.fm> wrote:

Many of you know that I have spent the last 30 years putting Asian (mostly Chinese) students through college in the U.S. 53 so far, although the current two are Vietnamese.

Friends in China have a 17 year old son who has been diagnosed with Asberger's Syndrome. They're asking me for suggestions about treatment options as they want to send the kid to the U.S. for help. Since I've heard that engineers are a group with higher than average AS, perhaps there are some of you who can give me advice on what to tell them. Reply to list or directly to me.

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