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Actually, your son's problem should have been corrected when he was younger. He is already 19 years old and therefore, a critical age. My advice would be, get a tutor who will attend to him on a regular basis. This will help him develop his study habits. Also his attitude will be modified gradually.
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it would be useful to have some specific suggestions. do you have any experience in working with teenagers with aspergers syndrome and what has worked with them in this kind of situation?
Yes, I do have. If you want, I will opt this question, so other expert assist you?