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Autism Spectrum Disorder requires a special touch. Your child needs LiFT, one of the best schools for Aspergers. Autism Spectrum Disorder is a variation of Asperger’s Syndrome , which is characterized by repetitive patterns in interest and behavior. Aspergers sufferers are capable of achieving high academic standards, particularly when they are provided with the support needed to meet their specific learning needs. These can include cognitive behavior therapy, medication, speech therapy and occupational therapy.

Asperger’s syndrome (AS) can also be a predisposition to success in certain fields of academic and professional life. Some believe that Albert Einstein and Mozart may have displayed a set of symptoms which, if they were alive today, could be considered part of the AS spectrum. Although we’ll never be able to know for sure, there are many people in the business world, science and culture today who have Asperger syndrome. Temple Grandin is a highly successful communicator and scientist who has brought awareness to AS.

What To Look For And Common Aspergers FAQs

LiFT, One of the best schools for Aspergers offers the following to parents of children with Asperger’s Syndrome:

  • smaller class sizes
  • Budgeting flexibility for Asperger support
  • Bullying (unfortunate or not): relief
  • Specialized instruction and co-curricular therapy, including occupational therapy
  • Student-directed programs that support the child’s unique learning styles


Here are some common FAQs about Asperger’s syndrome:

What is Asperger’s syndrome?

Asperger’s syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is considered a form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It is characterized by difficulties with social interactions and nonverbal communication, as well as restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.

What are the symptoms of Asperger’s syndrome?

Symptoms of Asperger’s syndrome can include difficulty with social interactions, difficulty with nonverbal cues such as eye contact and facial expressions, a narrow range of interests and hobbies, difficulty with changes in routine, and repetitive behaviors or routines.

When is Asperger’s syndrome typically diagnosed?

Asperger’s syndrome is typically diagnosed in childhood or early adolescence, although some individuals may not be diagnosed until adulthood.

How is Asperger’s syndrome treated?

Treatment for Asperger’s syndrome typically involves a combination of behavioral therapy, social skills training, and medication, as needed.

Can individuals with Asperger’s syndrome lead successful lives?

Yes, many individuals with Asperger’s syndrome are able to lead successful and fulfilling lives. With the right support and accommodations, they can develop strong social skills and communication strategies, and may excel in areas of interest or talent.

Is Asperger’s syndrome the same as autism?

Asperger’s syndrome used to be considered a separate diagnosis from autism, but it is now classified under the umbrella of autism spectrum disorder. However, individuals with Asperger’s syndrome typically have average or above average intellectual ability, and may have more advanced language skills than individuals with other forms of ASD.

How can I support someone with Asperger’s syndrome?

Supporting someone with Asperger’s syndrome involves understanding their unique needs and challenges, providing appropriate accommodations and support, and fostering an inclusive and accepting environment. It is important to listen to their needs and preferences, and to work with them to develop effective communication and coping strategies.

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LiFT was founded on January 9, 2013. Its mission is to empower and inspire people with neurodiversity so that they can learn, thrive and achieve. We aim to create a level playing field for people with neurodiversity and learning differences. Our learners receive exceptional academics, career training and life skills. We also provide opportunities to build meaningful relationships and strengthen social skills. We are passionate about ensuring that every student learns to appreciate and celebrate their differences. It is equally important that each student respects the differences in others.

LiFT is a culture that values teamwork, collaboration and dedication to improving the lives of others. We are motivated by the desire to serve students, families and community. We aim to be thought-leaders in the field of neurodiversity and exceptional education. We are looking for individuals who share our values and mission, and believe in community and the power to improve the world. Contact us now to get started in enrollment for your child.

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Every 7 minutes a child is bullied. Bullying is a terrible, frightening experience that can also cause lasting harm, long after the behavior has stopped. Approximately 1 in 5 children are bullied in hallways, classrooms and during school related activities each year. More troubling – students living with neurodiveristy are 63 percent more likely to be recipients of bullying behavior than neurotypical peers.


LiFT emphasizes a preventative approach to bullying and implements a comprehensive Anti-Bullying Policy. Promoting an atmosphere of respect and consideration for each other, LiFT creates a haven that nourishes learning, inclusivity and friendships.  

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