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Thirty-Seven: 10 Myths About Females With Asperger’s Syndrome

Everyday Asperger's

Written by Aspergers Girls at Everyday Aspergers blog.  March 2012

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Aspergers Girls holds a Masters Degree in Education. One of her sons has Aspergers Syndrome. And she has Aspergers Syndrome.

10 Myths About Females With Aspergers

1. Aspergers is Easy to Spot

Females with Aspergers are often superb actresses. They’ve either trained themselves how to behave in hopes of fitting in with others and/or they avoid social situations. Many grown women with Aspergers are able to blend into a group without notice.

2. Professionals Understand Aspergers

No two people are alike. Professionals have limited experience, if any experience, with females with Aspergers. Professionals have limited resources, limited prior instruction and education, and little support regarding the subject of Aspergers. Comorbid conditions with Aspergers are complex. Females seeking professional help are often overlooked, and sometimes belittled or misdiagnosed.

3. An Effective Diagnosis Tool Exists for Females with Aspergers

There is…

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