Next we learn that she has a learning disorder that makes her "unable to decipher the social cues, jokes and emotions of her peers." Having a learning disorder does not make it impossible for one to read social cues. Difficulty with social cues is a hallmark of Asperger's, but Asperger's is not a learning disorder. Those with Asperger's are not "unable" to read cues, but they tend to be more limited in the range they can perceive or interpret. Some individuals with Asperger's may also have learning difficulties or disorders, but that is not a given any more than being an individual without Asperger's means you will not have a separate learning disability.