In the cruel world of middle and high school, Aspies often face rejection, isolation and bullying.
” an Aspie may reply bluntly, “Yes,” and thus appears to be a smart-aleck.
Many Aspies with their average to above average IQs can sail through grammar school, and yet hit academic problems in middle and high school.
Yet, here are a few tips and suggestions to help guide parents. Click here for Part 2 – Solutions Diane Kennedy, in her 2002 book The ADHD Autism Connection, writes that the years from twelve to seventeen are “the saddest and most difficult time” for people with Asperger Syndrome.
This is not true of every teen with Asperger Syndrome. Their indifference to what others think makes them indifferent to the intense peer pressure of adolescence.
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