By Malvika Kashyap
April 28, 2022
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Autism spectrum disease (ASD), also known as autism, is a general name for a collection of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Symptoms often appear between the ages of 12 and 24 months in early childhood. Symptoms, on the other hand, may emerge sooner or later.
Beginning at the age of 36 months, autistic children may have difficulty expressing their thoughts or comprehending those of others.
They may have trouble communicating or have very limited speaking skills as they get older. Other autistic children's language skills may develop at a different rate.
Autistic children may have difficulties discussing their emotions and interests with others or maintaining back-and-forth communication while interacting with others.
Attachment to strict routines, such as those around bedtime or getting to school, repetitive movements, such as rocking, flapping their arms, spinning, or running back and forth
Movement, language, or cognitive functions are delayed. Excessive stress or worry unanticipated emotional responses eating habits or preferences that are out of the ordinary
People with ASD can be found all over the world, regardless of race, nationality, culture, or economic status.
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