b'doesnt understand other peoples emotionsdifficulty managing own emotions Behavior: interrupts the speaker; attempts to monopolize conversation becomes tangential in answering questions engages in self-stimulating behavior (rocking, tapping, playing with stress toys) poor self-care (eating, sleeping, appearance, or hygiene) rigid fixation on certain concepts, objects, patterns, actions (e.g., music, art, math, science) reacts to sensory assault; unable to filter out offensive lights, sounds, smells, tastes, touch may be argumentativestalking behavior Associated features/comorbidity: motor clumsiness, fine-motor impairment, dysgraphia difficulty with visual processing, dyslexia deficits in organizing and planning (meta-cognitive deficits) depressionAttention-Deficit DisorderObsessive-Compulsive Disorder When in distress, a student with AS may miss classes orMental Health Concerns198'