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The more multi-faceted the disorder, the more difficult it is to develop precise diagnostic criteria. As Lorna Wing eloquently wrote, “Recognizing patterns within this bewildering complexity is akin to classifying clouds” (1998, p. 11). Within the autism spectrum, more capable or higher functioning people with Asperger Syndrome (AS) or autism are among the most difficult to diagnose. Although they might show the same difficulties as more handicapped people with autism in the triad of impairments (social interaction, communication, and restricted patterns of behavior; Wing & Gould, 1979), these deficits are usually more subtle and can be difficult to identify.
Finally, knowing and understanding the diagnosis allows parents to find ways to reduce the distress and maladaptive behaviors of the individual with AS/HFA, based on an understanding of the person’s needs. For example, parents can learn that individuals with AS need help anticipating the sequence of events and activities that will occur, rather than being expected to cope with high degrees of spontaneity and unpredictability in family life. ) A second reason to assess for the purpose of diagnosis is to enable the individual to obtain services, such as special education, Vocational Rehabilitation, SSI, and other developmental disabilities supports.
Recently they had read an article about autism, but while parts of the description sounded like Sammy, the Wilsons couldn’t believe that such a serious diagnosis could apply to Sammy, who had just been recommended for a summer honors program in science. He seemed far too capable to have a disability, yet something was clearly wrong. It was very frustrating not to have a name or an explanation for his difficulties. INTRODUCTION Diagnosis in psychiatry and psychology is very different from diagnosis in internal medicine or pediatrics.