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Asperger’s syndrome is a neurological disorder that falls under the wider umbrella of autism spectrum disorders.
Asperger’s in children generally leads to difficulty with social interactions, obsessions, atypical speech patterns, and other perceived ‘abnormal’ behavioral patterns and mannerisms. Getting its name from the Viennese pediatrician Hans Asperger, Asperger’s in children is usually difficult to diagnose. In fact, most children with AS are diagnosed between the later ages of five and nine.
Symptoms of Asperger’s in childhood are difficult to detect. Because of the broad spectrum of symptoms, no two children with Asperger’s are alike.
Some general symptoms that could indicate Asperger’s in children include:
Benefits for children with autism in Canada may be available through the Child Disability Tax Credit and Child Disability Benefit. The financial support helps families cope with the added costs of managing the ailment.
Asperger’s disability tax credits can fund treatments such as special education programs, social skills training, speech-language therapy, cognitive behavioural training (CBT), and even parent education.
If you child has been diagnosed with Asperger’s, The National Benefit Authority can help you and your child receive the disability benefits your family is entitled to.
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