Re: Son- 10 yo w Asperger's
Your son sounds very smart to me. He sounds quite a bit like I was in school. I was a good student, but also had trouble with some transitions. I remember going to these activities called "learning centrers," which really, in my opinion, had nothing to do with academics. I had no patience for anything in school that wasn't strictly academic. I did well in academic subjects and I, too, can focus on things for a long time. This was great when I was studying, but not so good when I was engaged in one of my little obsessions.
Good luck to you.