Discussion ListCategory: Asperger SyndromeHow does Asperger’s Syndrome affect driving?
Barbara Staff asked 2 months ago

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Kumar Staff answered 2 months ago

Everybody with Asperger’s is unique, and some have the right stuff to be great drivers while others don’t. You are likely out and consistently with Autistic drivers, regardless of whether they have an ASD diagnosed, as the vast majority over a particular age who might be viewed as “Aspergers” moved on from K-12 preceding the diagnostic criteria existed. You presumably know somebody who never figured out how to drive and doesn’t know the reason that driving appears to be excessively overpowering is that they’re an undiagnosed Autistic.

It’s individual specific and an individual is far more then the diagnosis, there are large number of individuals remain undiagnosed till adulthood and with some level of difficulty they do manage everything including driving. My point here is people can do anything and achieve way beyond imagination; the same is true with people with ASD. They certainly can drive, fall in love, get married and lead a normal life. It’s individual particular and an individual is much more then the conclusion, there are huge number of individuals remain undiagnosed till adulthood and with some level of trouble they do manage everything including driving. My point here is individuals can do anything and accomplish way beyond imagination; the same is valid with individuals with ASD. They positively can drive, fall in love, get married and lead a normal life.

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