– His family thought he was ‘very smart’, but the reality was completely different.
Asaph, who counted trillions before starting school, was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome
The mother, who has spent 5 years in a house with her son, has won over her child with education applied in nature.
Kokeli – When 7-year-old Umair Asaf, who never went out, ate or slept for five years, started counting trillions before school started, his family commented, “She’s very smart, smart, weird acting. For him.” However, when the guide teacher realized the difference between Asaph when starting kindergarten, the family immediately went to the doctor. Asaph, who suffered from Asperger’s syndrome, was brought to life by contact with animals in nature. Elon Musk admitted last year that he had Asperger’s Syndrome.
Umair Asaf, a 7-year-old from Kokley, stopped reading before he started school and started counting to trillions. Despite her superior intelligence, the difference in her behavior caught the attention of her family, said mother Elif Baker, ‘She is very smart, smart. He said it will get better with age. When he started kindergarten, his guidance teacher realized that Asaph, who does not eat, does not go out, is sensitive to odors and does not spend time with his father and brother, is a special person. The family went to the doctors on the counselor’s warning. Asaph was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at the age of 5 after an examination. The family immediately began searching for special education. After her research, Annie Elif Baker identified the Atlantis Special Education and Rehabilitation Center in the Basicale district. Umair Asaf’s training process quickly began at the institution. After two years of being diagnosed with Asaph’s ‘Asperger’s Syndrome’, doctors removed it again, after an individual education, a sensitive integration lesson, and interaction with animals in nature.
In a room for 5 years
Describing his process, Elif Baker’s mother said, “Asaf would not go out of the house, did not eat. We were together for 5 years. I did not sleep for 5 years. He was saying, why are you sleeping, sleep is so unnecessary, you are wasting my time.” I was locked in a house, it was very heavy, you have to get used to it, “he said.
“I cried a lot.”
“I’ve cried a lot, I’m still crying. She’s going to grow up, she’s out of touch with people, what will her life be like?” Said Elif Baker.
“I just thought you were smart.”
Saying that the process started when they admitted her to kindergarten, mother Elif Baker said, “The instructor said, ‘You have a special child, not us.’ We thanked her. In fact, when my daughter was 1.5 years old, she said, ‘There’s a difference.’ I just thought he was smart. “I didn’t go around. He can count millions, millions, trillions without going to school. She can read and write. I explained it as a ‘very smart’ kid, ”he said.
“I took a lot of doctors in the first two years.”
Noting that he learned a lot and gained experience during his special education, Baker said, “It wouldn’t have happened if it hadn’t been here. I thought when he was older, when he was a teenager. We started school. I said, ‘It will be more than a year.’ The first two years I went to see a lot of doctors. He said, ‘What I want is not here.’ It’s an indescribable feeling, there’s no way to describe it, “he said.
Saying they went for a check-up 3 months ago, Mama Single said, “They said, ‘You can leave.’ When I had a problem, I told the teacher right away. The problem disappeared. He liked animals and green too. Asaf wanted this place very much. At first I went to another school. I will not come here. ‘ Anyway we went in and asked. There they told me, ‘We’re going to stop teaching Asaph.’ It seemed very unreasonable to me. How to stop a child from learning. They recommended this place. We first walked to the door and he said, ‘Mom, that’s it.’ Here I asked the same question, ‘We want this child to learn.’ We can’t stop it. It is not in our hands. We will teach him something extra and bring him into education. Society, “they said. Now he has really been brought into society.”
Elon Musk admits to having Asperger
On the other hand, on a television show last year, Elon Musk announced that he had Asperger’s Syndrome. Elon Musk, billionaire businessman and founder of Tesla and SpaceX, who hosted a popular talk show called Saturday Night Live in the USA, said in the program, “It’s an honor to present Saturday Night Live, I mean. It’s. Sometimes. After saying something, you can say it. I have to say it so that people can really understand what I mean. Because when I speak, I am always told that I have a lot of tone variations and this is a great comedy. I’m making history by becoming the first Asperger to present SNL tonight, or at least the first person to admit it.