Question: How can I test myself for Aspergers?

How do I get myself diagnosed with Aspergers?

How do you get a “formal” diagnosis of Asperger/Autism spectrum difference (ASD)? Many individuals pursue neuropsychological testing with a neuropsychologist (PhD) or a psychiatrist (MD). As a result of this testing, it may be determined that the individual has ASD, something related to ASD, or something different.

How do you know if you are Aspergers?

Social Symptoms Common symptoms of Aspergers that may impact social interaction or communication include: Problems making or maintaining friendships. Isolation or minimal interaction in social situations. Poor eye contact or the tendency to stare at others.

What to do if you suspect you have Aspergers?

Typically you need to see either a clinical social worker, a licensed professional counselor, a psychologist, a psychiatrist, or neuropsychiatrist. It is important to see a professional who specializes in autism spectrum disorders or Aspergers Syndrome who is familiar with Aspergers Syndrome in adults.

Can Aspergers go unnoticed?

Aspergers may go unnoticed until your child reaches puberty. Thats when he or she faces physical and hormonal changes along with more social and educational challenges. Every teen experiences Aspergers differently, but general signs may include: Trouble taking turns during conversations.

Can you have Aspergers and not know it?

There are no current diagnostic criteria for Aspergers syndrome in adults either. Autism spectrum disorders are usually diagnosed in early childhood. Its becoming less common for you to reach adulthood without an autism diagnosis if you show signs or symptoms. However, its not impossible.

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