Autism & Pediatric Diseases : Symptoms of Asperger's Autism Asperger's disorder in autism impairs a person's ability to interact with other people and their surrounding environment. Find out how a child with Asperger's disorder can be expected to achieve normal cognitive milestones withhelp from a practicing pediatrician in this free video on pediatrics and Asperger's autism. Expert: David Hill Contact: Bio: Dr. David Hill is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and vice president of Cape Fear Pediatrics in Wilmington, NC Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
The Silent Meow - Asperger Syndrome Documentary A Short, 5 minute documentary on Asperger Syndrome by the author who has Asperger Syndrome
Do you have Asperger Syndrome? PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS IS PURELY A PRE-DIAGNOSTIC SCREENING TOOL FOR ADULTS ONLY What is Asperger Syndrome? One in 300 people have it Most of them don't even know 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 people are thinking and feeling I can focus on certain things for very long periods People often say I was rude even when this was unintentional I have unusually strong, narrow interests I do certain things in a very inflexible, repetitive way I have always had difficulty making friends If you are over eigh*** years old, find all 10 descriptions above apply to you, and your difficulties are interfering significantly with your daily life, print the webpage from the link below, you can ask your doctor to refer you for diagnosis If you are in the the Cambridgeshire region of UK your GP can refer you to: Cambridge Lifespan Asperger Syndrome Service (CLASS) Dept of Psychology, Downing St, Cambridge, CB2 3EB or Fax 01223 333561 Asperger Syndrome is conceptualised as part of the the autistic spectrum. National Autistic Society is at , UK telephone number 0845 070 4004, they have links to autism support organisations based worldwide at This presentation is adapted from on Cambridge (UK) University's Autistic Research Centre website
What is Autism? - Hans Asperger What did Dr. Hans Asperger say in his sentinel paper?
Ingenious Minds- Asperger Syndrome Watch Ingenious Minds Thursdays @ 10pm! | For more, visit | George Widener can not only perform monumental calculations, he also has a great fascination and memory of history. Psychologists have a name for George's combination of obsessive behaviors: Asperger Syndrome.
Asperger Syndrome Joanne E. Gerenser Ph.D Eden II
Asperger's: Struggling with Anxiety and Depression Children, ***agers and adults with Asperger's syndrome often struggle with anxiety and depression. This causes Aspergers meltdowns.This video discusses symptoms, treatments, causes and solutions to relieve these negative effects of Asperger's syndrome.
Asperger's Syndrome and Anxiety (re-edited from original) People with AS tend to experience more anxiety than the general population. Here is
Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A College Professor's Guide Part 1 of the first DVD in the series "Asperger Syndrome and Adulthood," this video is intended for use by college students with Asperger Syndrome to educate their professors, teaching assistants, etc. on what it means to be a college student on the spectrum and how they might best be able to help them succeed. OAR produced the DVD in cooperation with the Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Project (GRASP) and Pace University in New York City thanks to a generous grant from the Schwallie Family Foundation.
What is Asperger's Syndrome? This video on Asperger's Syndrome (high functioning autism) explains, in simple terms what Aspergers is, the typical symptoms, common treatments and why Aspergers children, ***agers and adults have meltdowns.
Asperger's Syndrome: Ways to Cope (Part 2- Escape) I discuss escape into imagination as a way of coping with the confusing social world through imaginary friends, pretend play, and alternate worlds
NBC "Community" - Asperger's "ass burger, a burger for your ass".
Women and Asperger's Syndrome
Asperger Syndrome Frank R. Cicero,MS, BCBA Director of Psychological Services Eden II School For Autistic Children
Aspergers Syndrome, Tic disorder NEW DIAGNOSIS: tic disorder as determined by St. Louis Childrens Hospital Neurological Department. Probably Tourettes. She also has Aspergers Syndrome. Finally...we know what it is. Portia, six years old, having these "episodes" since March of 2008. Seen a neurologist who is waiting to see what the other specialist says about her possibly having Aspergers Syndrome. I'm worried that it's still seizures, she has them everyday, sometimes all day long, one right after another. Are these ticks, or seizures? Worried.
Aspergers syndrome By Biomation. A film made by young people with Aspergers Syndrome explaining what it is like to have it, in their own words.
Asperger's Syndrome Documentary This short documentary about Asperger's Syndrome shown on TV in 2005 is about me, I have mild Asperger's Syndrome. I was diagnosed in 2002. I knew I was different from the age of about 6 years old, hypotheses included - the reincarnation of King David or Pliny the Elder, a left behind Space Alien and finally mild autism (after seeing a TV documentary). Other pupils were loud and ran around randomly, while I preferred a mature intellectual life. I became interested in astronomy/science ~3 years old, so I'm told, it was my interests that made me stand out in school. Later on in primary school, I became fascinated by mineralogy too. I found it difficult not to talk about my hobbies, one time I stopped taking for a week or two after the summer holidays, because I knew if I talked ... the bullies would again realise I was different and the bullying would start again. I was bullied badly, sometimes beaten up, for years. Bullying mostly stopped in secondary school as I found a group to hang around with. In 1987, at 14, I went to an astronomy lecture, but due to the excitement of it all I had a panic attack and I had to leave (a panic attack over astronomy?). This began over a decade of anxiety & panic attacks and increased reclusiveness, which I completely overcame in 1998. Perhaps due to my bad experience with Astronomy, I turned to Mineral collecting. One of isolating aspects of Asperger's is, we tend to talk at people not with people. However, in 1998, I did a 6 week ...
Autism and Asperger's types This is a guide to personality types within the autism and asperger's syndrome, for people who already have a diagnosis.
THIS EMOTIONAL LIFE | Asperger's Syndrome / Loneliness | PBS Science shows that connecting with others is the key to happiness. Jason, a 29-year-old man with Aspergers syndrome, talks about his challenges, and Dr. John Cacioppo talks about the impact of loneliness. From THIS EMOTIONAL LIFE, premiering January 4, 2010.
Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A Professor's Guide(Part 2) Part 2 of Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A College Professor's Guide. This is the first DVD of the series "Asperger Syndrome and Adulthood." Find more about this video series at .
Aspergers support group Support groups can be helpful. Maybe there is one in your town?
ASPERGER SYNDROME: A Positive Perspective A short photo animation featuring a rare look at the positive aspects of Asperger Syndrome.
Asperger's syndrome: real story Robyn Steward was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, a form of autism, when she was a ***ager. She describes how it affects her physically and socially and how she learned to cope with it.
Living With Asperger's Syndrome Asperger's Syndrome, or NLD, is a form of Autism. Find out what it is like to live with Asperger's in this video.
Asperger's Syndrome: The Coffee House Center of Bucks County Members of the Coffee House Center of Bucks County speak out to let others with Asperger's Syndrome know that they are not alone.
Asperger Syndrome - Clay Marzo: Just Add Water A clip from the film "Clay Marzo: Just Add Water", where Dr. Tony Attwood and Dr. Chitra Bhakta speak about Asperger Syndrome.
Aspergers syndrome Aspergers syndrome is a form of autism, a lifelong disability that affects how a person makes sense of the world, processes information and relates to other people.
In My Mind (A Video About Asperger's Syndrome) INFORMATION: My name is Alex Olinkiewicz and when I was 6 I was diagnosed with Asperger's (A High Functioning form of Autism). Ten years later I made this video to help you and others understand what its like inside my head. I show you how I behave and how I think by webcam and by using cartoon pictures that I drew on MS Paints (Microsoft). RECEPTION: Ever since I posted this video it has received many positive things. First it became a Featured Video on the front page of YouTube. This video has won 2nd place in the 2007 East End Student Film Project and was nominated for Best Commentary Video for the 2007 YouTube Awards. This video was shown at the Western Suffolk Counselor's Association spring conference in front of 25 counselors and will be shown again this time in front of 300 counselors. Also this video have received many comments, sure I have got a few bad comments, but mostly all of them are strong positive comments from Parents who has kids who are diagnosed, Teachers, People who has friends who are Autistic, and also people who have Asperger's/Autism. Also this video will be shown on a public television station called BronxNet on a TV show called The Crystal Stairs.
Kid with aspergers Clip from autism/aspergers documentary
Asperger's and Me Asperger's and Me By Caleb Nelson with Jonathan Fessler as Scrip Supervisor This short comedy discusses that specific situation which we all encounter on a daily basis where you try to avoid that person you just don't want to talk to. "Your walking along and you see someone, you don't really know them but you have to acknowledge their existence because their your second cousins ex girl friend's sister and you don't want to look like a jerk so you kind of look in the opposite direction and pretend you don't see them but it doesn't seem to work..." This film was shot in around 4 hours in Walla Walla Washington at the filmmaker's boot camp.
My life with Asperger's Syndrome Just briefly explaining what it's like for me living with Asperger's Syndrome
You got asperger, kid! Aspierap! You got Asperger's, this ain't a barbecue. It's your whole afternoon though, lost down a rabbit hole, looking for a timepiece, wonder when your date's at, wonder if she'll visit you at all today — relax. Wonder how many ribbons to expect in her hair — to deflect talk of triplets in respect for the pair or to stare at the bow made of four different colors — didn't notice someone talking to you: there were others in the room, out in the gloom of the periphery. To shift your focus for a moment is to give the ribbons liberty, and that's to suggest they make escape. This is a secret from the future: can't rewind like a tape. Got to make the best and the most of each moment as it happens, got to keep your eyes on those bows, got to trap in your vision all four of them 'cause this is a first: she might have noticed last time that you like ribbons that are hers. And sometimes you wish you didn't. Sometimes it slips your mind. But when she's supposed to visit isn't one of those times, and you're on one of those lines of thought that you encounter when you'd rather your surroundings were quieter instead of louder so that you could focus on other than a clock tick. You don't want to talk *** but the one who made the clock made the cog stick. Minutes are violent noise, obliterating what you thought of as silent poise . Miles of boys before you done got crushed out on a girl like that, her hair flush with ribbons on all occasions and every day. If only making study of the ...
aspergers symptoms and Asperegers Diagnosis www.AutismCauses1.com --- Aspergers Symptoms & Aspergers Diagnosis The Autism Spectrum Disorder ("ASD") is used to describe a series of related disorders which can include Aspergers disease, autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified ("PDD-NOS") and is often displayed in conjunction with ADHD.For those looking to identify Aspergers symptoms as a precursor to Aspergers diagnosis, there are three main areas of difficulty which are common to people with Aspergers, there are: 1.Impairment in social interaction 2.Impairment in communication 3.Restricted and/or repetitive patterns of behavior, interests and activities Not all sufferers will display each Aspergers symptoms and the severity and presence of each symptom may vary. Other Behavior Symptomatic Of Aspergers In addition to the Asperger's syndrome symptoms above, many professionals will include other behavior as part of their Aspergers diagnostic criteria. Whilst the precise cause of Aspergers is not yet known, there are established methods of treatment, and early diagnosis of asperger's syndrome in children can be instrumental in minimizing the impact Aspergers may have on the sufferer. For more information, please visit: www.AutismCauses1.com
Willow Marsden - Blog 21 - Asperger's and Girls Hiya, This is such a horrific attempt at explaining...but nevermind eh? My Asperger's Forum: Please join! Willow
Clay Marzo- Sufer and Aspergers Sufferer HEAD COACH OF WEB VIDEO Clay Marzo is widely considered one of the best young surfers on the planet. But, say some experts, is greatness in the water may in part be due to his inability to function normally on land. Clay has Aspergers Syndrome, a form of Autism, and that may give him a huge edge over oherr top surfers. Watch and judge for yourself.
Hope For Autism & Asperger's Syndrome: My Story See ALL my videos: ~ This is a video about my daughter Taylor's experience with Autism and Aspergers Syndrome. At age 2, Taylor was diagnosed as being on the Autism spectrum and given little hope of having a happy, independent life. Now, at age 17, she is a top student, an athlete, and a creative artist. NOTE The email that is posted at the end was for before we got a website. Please post your questions there now!
Asperger's Documentary - My Crazy Life. Part 1 of 3. Documentary on Asperger's Syndrome. Please note, I am not Reuben and do not know him personally. I simply decided to upload this video for those who are interested in AS.
CSULB - Temple Grandin - Focus on Autism and Asperger's Syndrome Lecture delivered by Temple Grandin, a noted expert and author on early intervention, educational strategies, visual thinking, social skills, medications and mentoring. Grandin presents around the world and is the author of several books including Emergence: Label Autistic, Thinking in Pictures, Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships, co-authored with Sean Barron. In addition to several DVDs, her recent release of Animals in Translation maintained a top 10 position on the New York Times best-seller list. Based on statistics provided by the Autism Society of America, it is estimated that one in every 150 children born in the United States has autism and approximately 1 million in this country have this disorder, which does not include Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD), Asperger's and other spectrum disorders. A new case of autism is diagnosed nearly every 20 minutes, meaning approximately 24000 new cases diagnosed in the US per year.
Do you have Asperger's Syndrome? - Common Misconceptions Since there might be people who aren't sure what it is, or want to know if they have it, or just want to listen to me talk about it, I made a video that explains a small part of how it is to have Asperger's Syndrome. It's important to note that what I'm saying isn't necessarily true for all people with AS! These are just MY opinions and thoughts about it! Based on myself and how most aspies I've talked to act. I can be wrong. You might be different. Everybody's different. Here's an AS test: It's not as good as the short test I took first but that one is in swedish so, yeah. I got a 34 on the test in that link. If you have over 32 you're likely to have some type of autism. "Normal" people get around 16. PS If you're a "normal" person that wears fashionable clothes, have a normal life with normal hobbies, gossip and hang around your normal friends and have a normal IQ of 100 then I'm sorry for offending you. But you're kind of boring. Sorry. I once heard a ***age girl tell her friend for serious that "I hate people who are weird" so it's completely ok for me to say that I hate people that hate people that are weird. xx Weird people are awesome. Weird people are the ones who make the world go around. Be proud of who you are and be an individual!
Aspergers Syndrome I FIgured I WOuld Make a Video Of My Self Talking About Aspergers.