What is Asperger's Syndrome
La Asperger's Syndrome is a mild form of autism which comprises behavioral and relational disorders. On the occasion of World Asperger Syndrome Day, we have collected the most beautiful and exciting stories of mothers who live with this condition every day, demonstrating the fact that with a little help and the right therapies, children with this syndrome can lead a absolutely normal life.
In this article
- The story of Daniel, an autistic child who managed to enter school
- Erika tells the story of her little girl, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome
- Luana: I'll tell you about my life with Asperger's
- Elisa, a mother like any other, with 3 children on the autism spectrum
1. The story of Daniel, an autistic child who managed to enter school
Daniel's mom thanks the teachers and all the elementary school staff that her child attends, as well as her classmates and mothers. Thanks to them, she never felt at fault or wrong when her son reacted by responding with swear words or pushing other children away.
Read Daniel's story
2. Erika tells the story of her little girl, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome
A precocious child in everything, but at the end of her first year, after starting the nursery, she was "turned off": she stopped talking and walking, she no longer felt emotions and began to isolate herself often. Then came the diagnosis: "Asperger's syndrome". There is no cure because autism is not a disease: you are born with it and live with it for life. Therapies are essential, the sooner you start, the more benefits you have.
Read Erika's story
3. Luana: I'll tell you about my life with Asperger's
Luana is a mother of two children. On Facebook she recounted her first-person experience with Asperger's and with her second child, Daniel. "The messages I received? All beautiful. And many mothers wrote me their stories. The Aspie children are healthy bearers of love."
Read Luana's story
4. Elisa, a mother like any other, with 3 children on the autism spectrum
My name is Elisa, I'm just a mother, a bit like all of you. I have four children. Three of these are on the autism spectrum and I had and wanted to educate myself about it. I don't feel heroic. I don't feel like a courageous mother and I am happy with my children!
Read Elisa's storyRead also: Asperger's Syndrome in Children: 10 Things to Know
To learn more:
- how to relate to an Asperger's child
- curiosities about Asperger's children
- how to help the brother or sister of an Asperger's child relate
- what is autism
- an interview with a mother with an Asperger's child
- the testimony: mothers, I'll tell you about my life with Asperger's
- asperger's syndrome
- asperger's syndrome children
- stories of moms
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