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May I IEP You’re Knowledge Base? The Basics Mo Bailey, MCC – “Non-Traditional” Advocate + Asperger’s Consultant Happy New Year to you, all Aspies, and all who you love and respect! Since we often reflect on the highs and lows at the end of each year, I thought it may be good to consider how to make life easier for parenting Asperger’s and those with Aspergers at the start of this year. You game to join me? 1. Truly understanding that how each person with Asperger’s has it manifest for them, is a big link to how you can most successfully advocate. Dig deeper in regard to possible co-morbidities ( accompanying neuro challenges), a few such as: A) Processing challenges i.e. Auditory, Sensory, Visual, etc. B) Tourette’s ( not realistic to what you may think of from movies; such as, swearing outbursts being less prevalent, yet with tics and random noises being more realistic). C) AS (Asperger’s) and HFA (High Functioning Autism) typically show pedantic speech often with monotonous or exaggerated vocal intonation, poor nonverbal communication, and motor clumsiness.
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