My 21 year old brother James has it and he's a huge advocate for educating those with it and those close to them. He's researched and led educational organizations and lectured all over the U.S. about his condition. He's a special education major at Sam Houston State University and he could definitely help you out if you have a serious concern.
Here's one of his informational links, his contact info is at the bottom. If you decide to contact him, let him know his big sister sent you his way; it'll help. Best of luck to you sir!
"There is no god; there is only us. Savage and fragile."
There's a very good novel about a teenage boy with Asperger's called 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time', which although obviously fiction, is very informative about the condition itself.
I have a friend whom I'm convinced has Asperger's Syndrome. He is unbelievably intelligent, has a PhD in Maths, but cannot empathise with anyone or anything and says he sees in shapes.