Autism is a spectrum. Every person with autism is different and the way autism affects their life is different for each one of those individuals. For example, some people on the autism spectrum will be hyper-sensitive to touch, while other will be hypo-sensitive to it.
In the past, the medical community made a distinction between "very smart" autistic people that were called "Asperger" and the other person on the autistic spectrum. However, such a distinction isn't done anymore in the medical field.
So, should we still use the asperger tag? Does it make sense? Does it bring more information one question?