If your child displays symptoms such as poor development and communication skills that are interfering with your child's performance at school or at home, you will want to bring this to your doctor's attention. If your child does have Asperger's syndrome, it is important for them to get proper care. Your doctor will take a history of the child's background and have the child take standardized tests. The results from the tests as well as the child's background will help the doctor determine if your child suffers from Asperger's syndrome.
- Q What do I need to know about caring for my child with Asperger's syndrome?
- Q How is Asperger’s disorder different from autism?
- Q How was Asperger syndrome (AS) discovered?
- Q Why does my teenager with Asperger's suddenly seem so angry?
- Q What special skills do people with Asperger syndrome have?
- Q Which specialist should a child with Asperger's syndrome see?