Recognizing Symptoms of Asperger's Syndrome in Children

Children are generally active and able to interact with the surrounding environment. You should be vigilant if your child tends to be passive and difficult to interact with the environment, it could be that he has Asperger's syndrome. Children with Asperger's syndrome generally experience disturbances in these three areas: social interaction, behavior that repeats certain activities, as well as a rigid mindset and focused on routines and regulations. In general, this syndrome is first diagnosed in children aged 2-6 years. Boys are generally four times more at risk of developing Asperger's syndrome than girls. Does Your Child Suffer Asperger's Syndrome? Symptoms of Asperger's syndrome generally vary according to severity. Even so, there are some common symptoms that can be recognized to help you detect the presence or absence of these abnormalities in children. Symptoms include: Social disorder A child who has a social disorder generally feels difficulty
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