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Did Adam Lanza Kill 26 People Because He Had Asperger’s Syndrome? Simply put, the answer is NO! Asperger’s and violence are not linked behaviors. In the days and weeks since the killing of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, there has been a great deal of speculation in the [...]
Asperger’s: What is an Aspie and How Can Neurofeedback Help? A child or adult with Asperger’s is often referred to as an Aspie, even within their own circle. Asperger’s, also called Asperger’s Syndrome or Disorder, is one of five disorders under the umbrella of Pervasive Developmental Disorder, or PDD, and it is on Autism Spectrum, [...]
Childhood Disintegrative Disorder: What is Childhood Disintegrative Disorder (CDD)? What is Childhood Disintegrative Disorder? Childhood Disintegrative Disorder is one of five disorders which fall under the category of Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PPD). Other disorders in this category include Autism, Asperger’s, Rett’s Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder-NOS (Not otherwise specified). Childhood Disintegrative Disorder is very rare, [...]
Pervasive Developmental Disorder: What is PDD? What is PPD? Pervasive Developmental Disorder, or PDD, is an umbrella term for a group of conditions (including Autism and Asperger’s) that involve delays in development of a number of basic skills, including communication, use of imagination, and the ability to socialize and interact with others, and repetitive, compulisve [...]
AD/HD and Comorbidity Is it really AD/HD? OR … Is there something else going on with brain function that is presenting like AD/HD? AD/HD and comorbidity is rampant! There are a number of disorders related to over or under activity of the brain waves that mimic the symptoms of AD/HD. Regardless of what the primary [...]
Tactile Defensiveness and Autism Sensory processing issues related to hyperarousal remain a prevalent issue among both children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The qEEG or Brain Map can pinpoint areas of the brain affected. For many with ASD, hyperarousal is responsible for a condition known as Tactile Defensiveness. Living in a world where [...]
ACE PARENTING (Part 1): A is for Affirmative Parenting ACE parenting is a full-time job, and it is not for the faint at heart! When our children are born, we do not leave the hospital with an instruction manual. There is not a switch that flips on to initiate healthy parenting when we bring our [...]
Asperger’s: Helping Aspies Be Their Best Asperger’s shares many common symptoms with autism. Those diagnosed with Asperger’s (Aspies) are considered to be at the top of the Autism Spectrum; they are often high functioning, typically revealing few to no cognitive disabilities. Aspies typically have average to above average intelligence, and their language development is characteristically on [...]
Asperger’s: Success Story This young man was often confined to bed during early adolescence. He failed to demonstrate appropriate empathy, made poor eye contact, and was oblivious to most social norms. His parents felt his awkwardness contributed to “hiding away in bed all the time”. After receiving neurofeedback training sessions for Asperger’s the young man reported [...]