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Question Aspergers - March 24th 2014, 08:25 PM

I found a list of traits of aspergers in females and 27/45 traits apply to me and I have thought before that I might be aspergic because it just seems to fit but I don't know if I am aspergic and it would be nice if I was because then I'd know the reason why I'm so strange but I don't know how to get a diagnosis because I can't go to the doctor or anywhere like that by myself and when I brought it up with my mum she acted like I was being ridiculous and I don't know what to do.
   
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Re: Aspergers - March 26th 2014, 08:28 PM

Your school counselor or psychologist may be a good person to see, as they may be able to offer referrals to nearby professionals who specialize in assessing/diagnosing ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder, which Asperger's syndrome falls under). Since many people with ASD struggle academically, it would make sense if you went through your school in order to receive support.





   
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Re: Aspergers - March 30th 2014, 11:37 AM

Thanks, I'll see who's around.
   
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