Asperger Treatment in a Mixed-Population Program

By |2011-05-11T14:28:00-06:00May 11th, 2011|Autism Spectrum / Aspergers|

While more severe forms of ASD require specialized care, many children and teens with Asperger’s disorder find themselves in mainstream settings and/or more broad-based treatment programs. This approach increases the young person’s access to normalized social situations in which they can learn better social skills experientially through contact with a more diverse peer population.