Asperger syndrome is a form of Autism. People with Asperger syndrome are very often of high intelligence, but have difficulty understanding how to interact socially, which can lead to social isolation and eccentric behaviour.
A person with Asperger syndrome may also display:
- Difficulty making friends
- Difficulty reading or communicating through non-verbal cues such as facial expressions and body language
- Difficulty understanding social cues
Dore Programme for people with Asperger syndrome
The Dore Programme is suitable for those with high functioning Asperger syndrome . Dore can help people overcome the symptoms of Asperger syndrome by tackling the root cause of their difficulties – by improving the efficiency of the cerebellum. Through a Programme of personalised activities, created specifically to exercise the brain’s important skill centre, Dore liberates the ability to learn, opening up a whole new world of opportunities and transforming lives.
Asperger syndrome Research
There have been many papers written about the research into Asperger syndrome and autism and the cerebellum. Here is a list of recommended reading.