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Autism Awareness

Autism Awareness

– Are you concerned about your 18 months old child?
– Does he look at you and point when he/she wants to show you something?
– Looks when you point at something?
– Uses his/her imagination to pretend play?
If No, then screen your child for autism.

Few Characteristics of children with autism

  • Very Moody
  • Can get easily disturbed or upset.
  • Never compromises with anything, very stubborn.

Early Signs of autism

  • 6 months: No big smiles or joyful expressions.
  • By 9 months: No communication through sounds or facial expressions.
  • By 12 months: No babbling, no back-end-forth gestures such as pointing or waving.
  • By 16 months: No words
  • By 24 months: No meaningful two-words phrases

Social issues

  • No interest in other people.
  • Difficulty dealing with change.
  • Indifference to people.
  • No interest in interactive games.
  • Sometimes vicious with siblings.
  • Resists being held, hunger or kissed.
  • Communication Issues
  • Avoids eye contact.

Social Issues

  • Unaware of environment around.
  • Bizarre/repetitive behavior. Strange attachment to objects.
  • Inappropriate play with toys.
  • Hand flapping. Sometimes flicks fingers in front of the eyes.
  • Lining up of toys.
  • Rocking, Spinning.
  • Staring at the ceiling.
  • Eating unusual objects like curtains.

Motor Issues

  • Clumsy/poor coordination.
  • Lack of control over drooling saliva.
  • Toe walking.
  • Poor motor skills

Sensory Issues

  • Over/under sensitive to sound.
  • Unable to tolerate seat belts.
  • Over/under sensitive to touch.
  • Resists changing clothes.
  • Never agrees to have a bath.
  • Inappropriate crying/laughter/tantrums.
  • Hyperactivity or passiveness.
  • Extremely difficult to handle when getting a haircut.
  • Gags at common household smells.
  • Self-injurious behavior like pulling out hairs, head banging. No sense of danger.
  • No Sense of pain.

-Kindly visit a pediatrician if you feel your child shows similar behavior.
-Autistic children have different neural connections in the brain.
Autism is seeing the world from a different angle.

How is it treated?

  • There is no cure, but individuals diagnosed can cope and thrive with the right resources.
  • Medications can be used to manage symptoms, but no drug specifically targets the disorder.
  • Early recognition and therapy can reduce symptoms and support development and learning.

-Autism never comes with a manual. It comes with a parent who never gives up.
-Autism didn’t stop Enistein, Mozart, Newton or Temple Grandin from reaching the stars, and it won’t stop any child either.


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