....but from what I have been reading, my 19 yr. old son more than likely has Asbergers and I don't know how to get help for him. He never finished HS, because it was too difficult for him, doesn't want a job even if he has to leave his car parked in the garage forever (his dad bought it for him) so without a job, he has no medical insurance, he eats very poorly, he's about 6' tall 120 lbs and I worry myself sick over my poor baby. *sniff* I have no insurance coverage for him and I don't know who, what or how he can get help. He's a sweet young man, get's angered easily, feels insulted even easier and in spite of difficulties in school, he's really smart too. I wish I knew what could help him. He needs to start getting a foundation in his life, e.g. job, goals, hobbies, enjoy life etc. He get's quite depressed too at times. Any ideas? Thanks!
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