Why and what is it about?
What is Autism?
Autism is a brain disorder/spectrum disorder. In which the person diagnosed with Autism has problems with verbal and non-verbal actions. They also have social difficulties. It is all a group of complex disorders as well. Every child is different when being diagnosed with Autism.
Where does it come from? How is it developed?
Well though Autism is a brain disorder, it starts when the kid is developed. Though, there is some ways of avoiding your child getting Autism, note this only decreases the risk.
How do I decrease the risk of my child having Autism?
The woman pregnant can simply eat at least 600 mcg of folic acid a day (in foods). This is only an experiment that has worked.
1 in 88 kids get Autism, boys are also x4 likely to get Autism, 1 in 54 boys get Autism and 1 in 252 girls get Autism in is increased 10% to 17% yearly.
How is it diagnosed?
Now how exactly is it diagnosed? Well there are a few ways that it can be diagnosed. Well I can give a couple examples, restricted liking, give poor eye contact, and communication errors with at early ages such as not speaking by age 1. Now just because some of these may fit you, doesn't make you Autistic.
Aspergers syndrome , what is it?
Aspergers is a syndrome that Autism Spectrum disorder. Strict and repetitive behaviors are of the effects along with social problems.
Temple Grandin is an animal doctor and a professor at Colorado State University. The reason I brought her up is because she has Autism. She speaks to the world about Autism. To begin awareness, that an Autistic individual can be someone in this world.