Summary Of Autism And Asperger's Syndrome

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In this paper we will be discussing the mental and sensory skill disorder of Autism and Asperger’s syndrome. We will address the signs of the disorder that can be perceived by other’s and the School boards and the community how they can adapt to shape the person mind into becoming functioning young men and women of Society. One thing to understand is that people with this disorder just want to feel excepted and want to have a supporting community by their side. The reason why I have chosen this Project is to inform the world of the struggles I had when I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, and to help others to be more conscious of them. In my life I had always had struggles relating to others. I always knew who God was. In day care …show more content…
I asked my brother, “What are we doing here?” He said, “We are watching TV.” I said, “I know but we need to be doing something with our lives.” So the voice spoke to me again and said, “You need to go to the church.” So as I started to walk to the church, it felt like this supernatural hand was pulling me there for some reason. I walked through the front door and my some of the students there saw they and me waved me in to sit by them. I had never felt this feeling before. It was the feeling of acceptance. So I remained in the youth Group for many months learning spiritual trues and severity of sin. As time went on the youth decided to split into a small groups, so I asked the youth pastor, “How do I know that God truly exists?” He showed me Romans chapter one which proves that the existence of God is true by his invisible attributes. Then I asked him, “Why did God give me Asperger’s Syndrome?” He showed me a scripture in exodus. In the scripture it is Moses talking to God at the burning bush. God says to him, “Go to Egypt and set my People free.” However Moses said, “But God I can’t because …show more content…
Many famous people from history have had it such as Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Nicola Tesla, Andy Warhol, and Temple Grandin. All these people had great struggles with life due to the cause of social isolation. However they have overcame great struggles in life to become Masters of their craft. With Asperger’s syndrome the individual who has it has enhanced intellect and a create mind that focuses on one subject at a time. The individual has heightened senses. For me I cannot wear long pants, because it always pulls at my leg hair, which causes discomfort to the point where I cannot focus. Other sense heightened such as hearing, sight, smell, and as well as body temperature. For example Albert Einstein whore the same grey suit for multiple years of his life. The obsessions are a great thing that can help contribute to the world. The mind of the individual focuses on a topic of interest, such as record players. They focus so much on the history and the manufacturing method of the record player they learn every thing there is to know about it. Usually they think about it morning day and night. Once they learn all they can about the subject, they move on to the next obsession. The individual needs to learn how to control the obsession though, so they can still process their every day life. Most individuals with Asperger’s syndrome don’t see the need for social clicks.

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