Sam S. Hill, III
Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi
This disorder can be diagnosed during the childhood. The signs and symptoms of autism can affect the communication, social interactions and repetitive behaviors. People with autism can have very different characteristics and symptoms not always could be the same ones. Children with this disorder may have trouble to speak or be so distracted when you are talking to them. They may have to do another activity first to then be able to pay attention to you, or say the same phrase over and over again to calm down. They may flap their arms to indicate that they are happy, or hurt to show that they are not. Some people with autism never learn to speak. The causes of autism are unanswered. When been diagnose autism and aware of not cure for it, patients must live with this disorder throughout of the whole life. There is no cure for autism, but treatment can help. Treatments include behavioral therapies of communication and they help to control the symptoms.
a) Social Behavior
b) Communication (language)
d) Cognitive Attitudes
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