Only since the mid-1990s have a group of socially impaired young people with otherwise normal intelligence and language development been recognized as the neurological cousins of nonverbal autistic children. Because they have a hard time grasping what another is feeling
Navigating Love and Autism – NYTimes.com
2011-12-30T02:16:25-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles|Tags: ASD, Asperger Syndrome, autism, lifestyle, LOve|0 Comments
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