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The characteristics of Asperger's Disorder are severe and sustained impairment in social interaction and the development of restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, and activities.

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PsychNet-UK Aspeger's Syndrome Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
Asperger East Anglia - Offers personal, friendly assistance for everyone with Asperger syndrome and their families by providing a comprehensive and integrated service. 3/5

Asperger's Syndrome Foundation (UK). We are a small registered charity based in central London, England. We do hope that you will find our site helpful and informative. 3/5

 Award - Offering Help, Support and Information regarding Asperger Syndrome. 3/5
Asperger Syndrome: A Clinical Account by Lorna Wing - Asperger syndrome: a clinical account Lorna Wing, from the MRC Social Psychiatry Unit, Institute of Psychiatry, London Synopsis - The clinical features, course, aetiology, epidemiology, differential diagnosis and management of Asperger syndrome. - An Article. 3/5 
Autsim London - Providing Support for Autism and Aspergers sufferers. 3/5
Asperger Syndrome Resources - O.A.S.I.S. As parents of children who are diagnosed with AS, we understand how essential is it that families of children diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and related disorders, educators who teach children with AS,  professionals   working with individuals diagnosed with AS,  and individuals with AS who are seeking support, have access to information.   Although recently reminded that there is no oasis or paradise for those with Asperger Syndrome,  we sincerely hope that they,  along with parents and professionals, will find a bit of shade and support via the information presented and links available at this site.  4/5
Asperger/Autism: Independent Living Mailing List  - Independent Living on the Autistic Spectrum, or InLv for short, is an online support group for people with Autism or related conditions, including but not limited to Asperger Syndrome. We come together here to make friends, support each other, and share practical experiences and tips relevant to independent living with our condition. Our members live all over the world. 3/5
Families of Adults Affected with Asperger’s Disease - Asperger’s Syndrome is a newly recognized neurological disorder.  It shares many of the same characteristics of autism, although people with Asperger’s Syndrome do not have the accompanying disabilities.  Those afflicted with this syndrome have difficulty understanding what those around them think and feel.  As a result of this, they often behave inappropriately in social situations, or do things that may appear to be unkind or callous.  Many Asperger sufferers have a difficult time in planning and coping with change despite average or above-average intelligence.  This manifests itself as a notable lack of ‘common sense’.  There are many nuances to how this disorder affects the lives of those afflicted as well as the lives of their families.  3/5
South Lakeland Autism and Aspegers's Support Group - The intentions of the group are to give support to families and individuals who are in need of assistance and guidance in dealing with family members and individuals who may otherwise feel there is no help available to them. 2/5
Google Asperger's Tests for the Autism Research Centre - Click Here
The characteristics of Asperger's Disorder are severe and sustained impairment in social interaction and the development of restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, and activities.
Google Scholarly Articles on Asperger's Syndrome - Click Here
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