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We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions and answers for your convenience. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please get in touch and we’ll respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible.

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Q: What is Savant Syndrome and how common is it in children with ASD?

A: Savant syndrome refers to the phenomenon where an individual has limited social skills (may or may not be due to autism but has a phenomenal talent such as in mathematics, memory, pattern recognition, etc. Whilst Savant Syndrome is more common in people with ASD, it is still very rare. 

Q: What do the levels of Autism mean?

A: Depending on severe your life is impacted by autism, psychologists divide autism into 3 levels - with Level 3 being worst affect and Level 1 being least affected. You can see more information here:

Q: What is Aspergers?

A: "Aspergers" is a phrase used to describe children with mild issues in social skills but no cognitive or intellectual impairments. It is no longer in use formally and instead considered a part of Autism Spectrum Disorder. This is due to the person whom the condition was named after, Hans Asperger, being a Nazi collaborator and Aspergers being virtually indistinguishable from Level 1 Autism.

Q: Where do you get your information from?

A: All information are sourced from authoritative sources on psychological health and autism. They are doubly verified via cross reference to other sources. You can also source these information yourself by clicking on the hyperlinks. 

Q: Do you get paid for recommending particular services?
A: No, all recommended services are either government services or authoritative and trusted centres in the community of those with autism. Feel free to recommend particular services or tell us your particular experiences at a particular centre!

Q: I want to comment/critique/add information to your website, how?

A: Feel free to email me at: - all emails are welcome!

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