Asperger Syndrome and The Brain Balance Program
Defined as a pervasive developmental disorder on the autism spectrum that is often described as high-functioning autism*, Asperger syndrome (now considered a part of ASD) causes children to have difficulty with social interactions, exhibit a restricted range of interests and repetitive behaviors, and struggle with underdeveloped motor skills. However, while children with Asperger syndrome encounter many difficulties, they tend to have average to above-average IQs and well-developed vocabularies. These children may struggle with reading social cues, and not understand subtleties, such as irony, sarcasm, or humor; but according to the Autism Society, one of the major differences between Asperger syndrome and other autism spectrum disorders is there is no speech delay in Asperger’s.
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Superior has developed an Asperger syndrome program that can help your child overcome their social, academic, or behavioral obstacles. When your child is enrolled in The Brain Balance Program, we create a personalized plan for your child that is geared toward helping children overcome their individual challenges by uncovering the root of these issues. This plan can include up to 3 in-center visits per week in addition to at-home activities that will help your child reach their learning, social, and behavioral goals. Our Asperger syndrome program has helped several kids in the Superior area and thousands of children across the country. Learn how the Brain Balance Program has benefited children with Asperger syndrome by reading stories from parents whose children have gone through The Brain Balance Program. *It is important to speak directly with your Doctor concerning the presence or confirmation of any diagnosis of a spectrum disorder.
A New Start With Brain Balance
If you have noticed that your child is having trouble with reading body language, maintaining eye contact, and paying attention, we can help develop a plan for them. Call 970-431-0050 to learn more about how the Brain Balance Center of Superior can help children with Asperger’s Syndrome and high-functioning autism.