No two people with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) or NLD are alike. People with AS and NLD are usually enjoyable bright people who bring unique insights and hard work to any task they undertake. However, the official diagnostic criteria for AS or NLD focuses on challenges, so in this post I share some of the experiences I’ve had with clients that I hope bring this criteria to life. There are differences between NLD and AS, but these experiences tend to be shared.
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