At Listen for Change we answer many questions about Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger’s was identified as a mild form of autism. In recent years, it was declassified as a specific diagnosis and integrated into the diagnosis of Autism. But the syndrome of Asperger’s is originally identified, is still referred to by many and worthy of understanding.
Someone with Asperger’s typically has issues with:
- Eye contact
- Social Skills
- Interpersonal Space
- May have one or more exceptional skills
- May have high intellectual abilities
- Hypersensitivities, especially to sound or touch
People with Asperger’s may have sustainable relationships, independent lives and professional success.
“Asperger’s doesn’t define me. It’s a condition that I have to live with and work through, but I feel more relaxed about myself,” she said in the interview. “People will have a greater understanding of who I am and why I do the things I do.” Susan Boyle, Britain’s Got Talent singing sensation.
Listen for Change has made a substantial contribution to people with Asperger’s. Though the use of individualized music listening training, we impact on the issues that define this disorder. As a result people with Asperger’s are more comfortable with themselves and the world around them.
I you want to learn more about how Listen for Change can help someone with Asperger’s Syndrome, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to answer all of your questions.