Aspergers is an unusual disease in that it has symptoms that lead to social and career dysfunctions but at the same time does not leave the sufferer inept at all daily tasks. The person shows symptoms in ways that inhibit optimal career performance while also allowing for the ability to learn skills even at a slower pace. The solution for the diagnosed person is to either seek workplace adjustments or to find Aspergers treatment.
While it might seem counter-intuitive, it is possible to treat an inborn and permanent condition. It might be hard to eliminate all dysfunctions, but treatment could dramatically improve focus and productivity for the sufferer. An expert on thought and mood disorders might help to clear away distracting thought processes or reduce anxiety with milder clinical methods. Think of it as greasing a squeaky old clock. Modern professionals can do wonders.