Welcome To Aspergers in Children Tips!
Why Aspergers in Children Tips?
Aspergers in Children Tips is a hub of resource for anyone who wants to know more about children with Aspergers and how to interact. Whether you currently have a child with Aspergers, or maybe a family member or friend has just been diagnosed with the condition, we want to make your information search easier.
There is an extremely high requirement for a central knowledgebase in regards to Aspergers that deals with Real-life situations and not just the ones discussed in the medical journals. If you would like to contribute to the site with any advice that can help the community we would love to hear from you. just email stories (at) aspergersinchildrentips (dot) com. (Sorry I have to put it like that to ward off the spammers!)
Also, did you know that on average 2% of all babies born will suffer from some level of Aspergers? That means that at any one time there are around 140 million Sufferers, and the numbers are still climbing.
Aspergers in Children is a big area and we're here to help you understand it all.
We realize that many of you who are interested in Children with Aspergers it will be the first time you have had to investigate it. Perhaps you have just received the diagnosis and want to understand more about the condition that has afflicted your precious little one. We are not a medical site and have no authority to replace professional opinion, but what I hope we can do is offer reassurance that you are not alone and that just because your child has Aspergers it doesn't mean the end of everything.
Additionally, many of you who are already dealing with a child with Aspergers on a day to day basis may find something new. We receive all worldwide press releases in regards to Aspergers and we are committed to posting them on here as something one day may be just the information you need.
This is why we created Aspergers in Children Tips – to guide you whether you are experienced or not.
What’s Unique About Aspergers in Children Tips?
There are a lot of resources available online about how to understand the various situations you will face when you have a child with Aspergers, however all of the websites we’ve come across are not very user-friendly. Sometimes, you don’t even know where to begin and those other sites can leave you even more confused than when you arrived.
Our goal is to make things as streamlined and as easy as possible for you to follow. We want to walk you through the entire process so you can focus on your child, and less on what you need to do next.