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The Importance of Autism Education in India

Autism spectrum disorder in children, is present right from the birth or early stage of development. It affects basic human behaviours like communication and social interaction, imagination, feelings, and establishing relationships with others. Autism education too has emerged as a major lacking area for children affected with the disorder. The exact neurobiological mechanisms behind autism…

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    Explaining Autism in Children

    Children, especially those struggling with a disorder, need immense love and support to overcome life’s challenges. Autism in children is not uncommon these days and extending them proper support can go a long way to make them live as independent individuals. While academics are important, it shouldn’t be the only goal for parents to pursue…

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    Autism Technologies for Those on the Spectrum

    Achieving independence in life is now more accessible for people having autism spectrum disorder. New autism technologies have entered the market that supports self-monitoring and at the same time, reduces the need for assistance. Assistive technologies, these days, are standard equipment that’s socially accepted, readily available, and portable. Autism and Education for Those on the…

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    Autism and Education for Those on the Spectrum

    Good teachers can help children with autism spectrum disorder achieve success in life. Autism and education is an important domain in the management of the disorder. If a child is placed in a structured environment with experienced teachers, then he/she can grow much like their neurotypical peers. Be Cautious of Non-Evidence-Based Autism Treatment Each child…

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    Is Autism Prevention Possible?

    Autism is a complex neurological disorder that affects one in every 68 children. Scientists don’t know the real causes behind autism. But genes are believed to play a key role in the manifestation of autism in a child. While the disorder has no cure, some studies suggest that autism prevention may just be possible. Science…

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    Autism and Neurodiversity in the Society

    Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of college students diagnosed with neurological issues like autism spectrum disorder and Asperger’s syndrome. Some schools in the US have adopted measures to accommodate students with autism and neurodiversity. While the strategies may differ, they all target the fundamental problem. Autism Awareness…

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    Coming to Terms with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Around one in every 89 children, aged between two to nine years, have autism spectrum disorder in India. Based on the census data of 2011, this means that 2.2 million children of that age group are affected with autism. If extrapolated, this means that nearly 13 million people live with the condition in India. Importance…

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    Importance of Autism Treatment

    If started early, autism treatment can help a child with autism lead a life like his/her neuro-typical peers. Early autism treatment has often caused marked improvement in the behavioral patterns of the child. Autism treatment involves several parts like therapy sessions, family counseling, medication, and others. Safety Tips for Autism Parents Autism is a fairly…

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    Autism Management and the Issues Involved

    Autism spectrum disorder, like most other neurodevelopmental issues, is usually not “curable”. Chronic autism management is required to make children overcome their social and communication difficulties. Outcomes of autism management are variable. Specific behavioral changes takes time and majority of the children with autism remain on the spectrum, even after they grow up as adults….

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    Be Cautious of Non-Evidence-Based Autism Treatments

    All parents want their children to lead a healthy and happy life. But parents of children having autism spectrum disorder should be extra cautious to prevent their kids falling prey to expensive, unsafe and non-evidence-based autism treatments. Autism Medicines and their Role in Treatment As a thumbrule, parents should always ask whether there’s any proven…

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