Someone who has Asperger Syndrome will take everything literally, avoid comparison. Speak simply making sure that nothing you say is vague & allow them time to process. It’s good practice to encourage people with Asperger Syndrome to take a break at least once an hour for 15minutes to give them time to recover.
Rather than giving open questions to some with Asperger Syndrome try to give them a multiple choice format.
People with Asperger Syndrome have a better chance of success doing tasks if they are given a set of rules which are explained fully and they can then follow.
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