Children’s Asperger Disorder is generally considered to be on the ‘high functioning’ end of the spectrum.  These children have difficulty with social interactions and exhibit a restricted range of interests and/or repetitive behaviours.  They may also have delayed motor development causing clumsiness or uncoordinated motor movements. Compared with other forms of children’s ASD, kids with childhood Asperger’s syndrome don’t have significant delays or difficulties with language or cognitive development. Signs & Symptoms of Children’s Asperger’s Disorder include: ✅ Challenges with non-verbal communication e.g. facial expression and gestures✅ Talks about themselves rather than others✅ Inability to understand social and emotional issues✅ Lack of...