The signs and symptoms of autism vary widely, as do its effects. Some autistic children have only mild impairments, while others have more obstacles to overcome. The most common symptoms are, the inability to easily communicate and interact with others, some people with Autism are unable to communicate at all. Some may have difficulty interpreting body language or holding a conversation.
There is no known 'cure' for autism. This does not mean, however, that nothing can be done for a person with autism. Treatments vary depending on the needs of the individual in four categories: Behavioral and communication therapy, Medical and dietary therapy, Occupational and physical therapy, and complementary therapy.