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G. laugh and give money, run away or go to the police). Most typical nine-year-olds understand that the different people listed as potential ‘victims’ in this exercise would react differently, and they would change their behaviour accordingly. Many nine-year-old children on the autism spectrum may not. g. g. g. being upset). However, as they grow older, they may develop more understanding. The difficulty seems to be that, for children on the autism spectrum, an understanding of other people’s thoughts and feelings does not occur intuitively.
What is Asperger Syndrome? The answer to these questions is that autism spectrum conditions (ASCs) are complex disorders that affect the development of the child in several ways. They occur because of problems within the brain. These are not fully understood as yet, and there is research going on all over the world to be clearer about this. For a diagnosis to be made, there will be significant problems in all four areas: · social · communication · repetitive and unusual behaviour · imagination.