Dear concerned parent,
what is the other mental health (co occurring disorder that your son had been diagnosed with?) Auditory hallucinations are not one of the criteria used in Asperger's Disorder.
Was he on the medication when the hallucinations occurred or was this post the medication (I am not clear)
Has he ever been evaluated for Fragile X ? (not a behavioral disorder); (this is a very costly exam though not generally covered by medical insurance) but it could mimic symptoms of Asperger's that is why I am asking.
What I would suggest is to have him re-evaluated by a pediatric psychiatrist.
Lexapro is an antidepressant and seroquil is used in cases to control psychosis (some times psychosis occurs during a depressed episode)
These are are my thoughs on this so far. I strongly suggest if he has not been evaluated by a pediatric psychiatrist to have him evaluated (if he has, to seek a second opinion).
Yes, please consult with the neurologist and if possible a pediatric psychiatrist.
*The disorders of Anxiety, Aspergers, Autism do not have hallucinations in their symtomology (diagnostic criteria) - It seems that something else is triggering his hallucinations.
What would be of importance is to notice the frequency of occurence (is this daily?) or sporadic?
Hallucinations can occur in individuals w/ a diagnosis of major depressive disorder (but you did not mention this diagnosis to have been given to him) So, yes please, see what the neurologist or the CAT scan will show