Many children are simply kinder to others outside the school setting, and your child may find more acceptance in an off-campus club. He can join a club for children or teens where he can share similar interests. Some Asperger’s Disorder children will do well in child-centered clubs; however, many will still be the rejected child and the club is simply one more place for him to feel that he does not belong.
A way to avoid this is to join a parent-child club with your child. She will experience a social activity with the safety of your supervision. Plus, the quality time with you will help build lasting bonds. Campfire USA, Scouts, and Indian Guides/Princess are fantastic opportunities for a rich social life that your child likely cannot initiate and maintain on his own.
Volunteer work that you and your child can do together will give him time with you and help him learn charity to others, and give him positive feelings about himself for having been helpful to people in need. A family summer camp where the entire family goes can allow your child the socialization, fun, and freedom camp offers with your eye close by.