I am just wondering I believe my husband has aspergers syndrome as a child though he was diagnosed as perceptionally impaired. Was this a dx in the 1970's that was used for aspergers? I have one son with aspergers and another son with HF/ASD. I know that he feel responsible for their diagnosis, he claims that they are a lot like himself. I don't "blame" anyone. It is what it is and I believe that it was our combination and then other things. Just wondering if anyone can shed some light for me. Thanks a lot. Denise
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