Autism

Autism

Autism
Autism or autism is a disorder of a group of developmental disorders called the “medical spectrum disorder” that appears at the age of infancy, most likely before the child reaches the age of three. Although the severity and symptoms of autism differ from one condition to another, all self-disorders affect the child’s ability to communicate with those around him and develop mutual relationships with them. Estimates show that 6 out of every 1,000 children in the United States have autism and that the number of diagnosed cases of this disorder is constantly increasing. It is not known, until now, whether this increase is a result of detection and better reporting of cases or is it a real and real increase in the number of people with autism, or the result of these two factors together. Although there is no cure for autism, so far, intensive and early treatment, as possible, can make a noticeable and serious change in the lives of children with this disorder. Children with autism also suffer, almost certainly, from difficulties in three basic development areas: social relations, language, and behaviour. Given the different signs and symptoms of autism from one patient to another, it is likely that each of two different children, with the same medical diagnosis, will behave in very different ways and each will have completely different skills. However, severe cases of autism are characterized, in most cases, by the absolute inability to communicate or to establish reciprocal relationships with other people. Symptoms of autism appear in most infants, at the age of infancy, while other children may develop and develop completely naturally during the first months or years, of their lives, but they suddenly become closed to themselves, hostile or lose the language skills they have acquired up to this moment. Although each child suffers from symptoms of autism, it appears of its own character and patterns, but the following features are the most common for this type of disorder: social skills, language skills, behaviour. As children get older toward adulthood, part of them can become more able and ready to mix and integrate into the surrounding social environment, and they may exhibit fewer behavioural disorders than autism, so that some of them succeed in leading a normal life or lifestyle. Close to normal and normal.

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