Many commonalities between Aspergers and ADHD should be considered when trying to develop a treatment plan or diagnosis. Many children with Aspergers have trouble setting appropriate facial expressions, body language, eye contact, and other social skills typical of the typical child with ADHD. These symptoms can make it difficult for them to communicate with others. They often exhibit repetitive behaviors and show great resistance to normal socialization activities.
There are some camps geared specifically for individuals with Aspergers and ADHD. These camps provide opportunities to meet other young adults with these conditions, socialize, learn new tasks and techniques, and participate in one-on-one therapy. It is no surprise that so many children with autism or Aspergers are now attending these camps.
Camps are excellent environments for children with this type of condition to get the support they need. With these settings, you will receive medical, educational, and personal advice from experienced professionals.