On the other side, children who are diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome demonstrate some unique talents and special skills. They can boast excellent pattern recognition. It can be especially noticeable during such classes as math, algebra, or geometry. In fact, they are great at realizing any formulas or equations. The brain defines many other visual things as well.
Often, those who suffer from Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) demonstrate an inability to express the entire spectrum of emotions. It looks like these people are hiding or blocking their emotions from everyone around. It looks like they don’t care about anything going around, remaining too cold. In fact, they understand most of the situations, but they cannot create a proper, immediate feedback. Besides, it is difficult for them to express what they really think in conversation.
People who suffer from the consequences of Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) often take everything literally. So, it is better not to practice or talk about theory with them. Metaphors, similes, contrasts, sarcasm and some other literary techniques are definitely not for them. Avoid these techniques if you don’t want to be misunderstood when dealing with the patients of this category. At the same time, such patients completely understand and react to humor.