Asperger's Syndrome Tutoring

What exactly is Asperger’s Syndrome?

Asperger's Syndrome is a high functioning form of autism. It is not an illness, and is in fact a developmental disability. People with Asperger's see the world differently to other people, which can cause them to act differently too.

Asperger's has wide ranging symptoms, and each person with the condition will have a different experience of the condition. Communication troubles are common, which makes it hard to interact with others. A child with Asperger's may find it hard to understand some parts of language, such as humour.

Asperger's Syndrome is more likely to affect boys than girls. Diagnosis is improving, meaning younger people are being diagnosed earlier, meaning they can get proper help much easier.

Learning challenges for children with Asperger’s Syndrome

School can be very difficult for Asperger's children. Like other autistic children, they may find it hard to connect with the other children, making it hard to make friends. Their difficulty in understanding communication, and social scenarios like humour, could lead to them feeling isolated and alone at school.

Routine can be very important to children with Asperger's Syndrome, which can make school a challenge. Routine is hard when other children are involved, as their behaviour is unpredictable. This can be distressing for Asperger's children, which has an impact on their studies.

Expressing themselves through writing can be very hard for children with Asperger's Syndrome, which can in turn make them feel anxious and frustrated. They may struggle to decide what to write, and may find it hard to properly develop and organise their ideas.

Difficulty at school can be upsetting, both for you and your child.

We’ve got the solution for helping children with Asperger’s Syndrome

If your child has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, help is here. 1300 Hometutor have tutors who specialise in working with children with Asperger's Syndrome. Our experienced tutors will come to your home and deliver lessons that have been proven to help children with Asperger's. This means that your child can study in a familiar, comfortable environment. Asperger's Syndrome tutoring is flexible and can be fit into your schedule easily.

Asperger's Syndrome tutoring plays to your child's strengths to help them learn. For example, to help them organise their ideas for writing, a tutor might use planning charts or visual organisers to better support their ideas. Asperger's tutoring can also be useful to help your child learn better communication and social skills. Interacting with someone new, who is used to working with children like them can help them to feel more understood and like they can approach learning in their own way. The right tutor will adapt the way they teach to best suit your child's needs.

You may find that tutoring for Asperger's children can help to improve their confidence. If they can get extra help with their studies, they will feel under less pressure at school, helping them to better manage their anxieties about learning.

Your child's education is important, so book a free learning assessment today and help your child overcome their education challenges.

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