I think people with Asperger's syndrome and HFA are neither more nor less likely to be whiners and complainers...
5 Answers · Social Science · 04/11/2009
...a range of symptoms that could or couldn't be Asperger syndrome. HFA is usually used by psychologists when they are unsure...
2 Answers · Social Science · 23/11/2007
what is that thing above there
2 Answers · Social Science · 16/08/2012
I don't have it, and I doubt you'll get many answers from people who actually* do have it... But I had a friend with it in high school, and I'd talk to him about his condition all the time, and I was always at his house because...
1 Answers · Social Science · 25/10/2012
The main difference is speech development. People with autism typically have a speech delay, which people with Asperger's do not. There's debate over whether or not these are actually two distinct disorders. Because they're so similar, they may be...
2 Answers · Social Science · 10/08/2011
Is it possible it is not aspergers? That math thing seems directly against diagnostic critera. luck and Blessings
4 Answers · Social Science · 09/08/2006
High functioning autism (HFA) labels people who are deemed to be "... in time - this shows that asperger's syndrome and HFA can be controlled :)
1 Answers · Social Science · 21/09/2011
...child that does not speak can not be diagnosed as Aspergers. HFA = They can function quite well in regular society and you will find them...
5 Answers · Social Science · 12/02/2009
I think it is a kind of intuition. I think having HFA is part of the gift. My daughter has HFA she is...
1 Answers · Social Science · 09/10/2010
- related to HFA