What is Autism?

What is Autism?

What is Autism
What is Autism?

Autism is a term that refers to a range of developmental disorders affecting the brain as this disorder also affects the person's ability to communicate with others as well as difficulties in responses to the outside world and People with autism have frequent and persistent behaviors and Autism also varies according to people and some find difficulty in language delay and others have no difficulty in language.

As for infants, we find that they suffer from visual communication difficulties with the cessation of language development and social skills. Studies have shown that about 20% of children with autism have behaviors are nervous shape affect their relationships with others and may trying to insult others and may suffer from hyperactivity and poor concentration that lead to hurt themselves Autism can also be diagnosed in children three years before the age of the child, the symptoms become more severe in girls than boys. There are no specific causes of autism in different ethnic communities, and autism may cause some infectious diseases, metabolic problems, genetic factors or exposure for toxins and medicines

 In 1940 Dr. Liu studied about 11 children with developmental delays and observed their first autism symptoms, and Dr. Asperger discovered milder symptoms of autism called Asperger syndrome.

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