8IX9INE Child is autistic.
If he or she has autism, you should be able to tell immediately by his or her behaviour and mannerisms.
If you are still unsure about your child’s condition, it is always better to talk to your child and family.
What is Autism?
Autism is a genetic condition that affects a person’s ability to experience social interaction, communicate with others and solve problems.
If someone has autism spectrum disorder (ASD), they are unable to understand others’ feelings, feel empathy for others and use language and communication skills normally associated with those with autism.
Symptoms of autism include: trouble concentrating, difficulty with social interactions, difficulty initiating conversations, difficulty making eye contact, difficulty paying attention and other difficulties.
Autistic people are often described as being in a state of “dysfunctional communication”, with difficulties with social skills and social communication, according to Autism Speaks.
Autism Speakers states that, “The typical autistic child does not speak, move, or express emotions.”
However, they also note that “Autistic children are less likely to have communication difficulties than non-autistic children, with most autistic children being able to communicate with some degree of fluency, and some having a very high degree of understanding.”
There is some disagreement about how autism is diagnosed.
Some autistic people believe that they are born with a defect, while others suggest that they develop autism in childhood.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), an international standard, lists ASD as a condition that is “not otherwise specified”.
The Diagnostics and Statistical Association of America, an American medical association, says that ASD is a disorder that occurs when a person has “disabilities that result in impairment of social interaction or communication skills”.
This means that the person is unable to have normal social interactions with others or communicate with them in a way that is understood.
However, a person with autism spectrum disorders may have difficulties with certain aspects of social interactions.
They may also have difficulty with communication, including repetitive behaviours such as talking over others or making eye-contact, and difficulty with planning or relating to others.
There are no universally accepted definitions of autism, but some people describe autistic people as having difficulties with communication skills, such as difficulty understanding others’ intentions or expressing emotions, which is the most common form of autism.
The DSM-5 states that autistic people are diagnosed when symptoms of autism first appear.
Diagnosis can be difficult because autism can affect a person differently to other disorders.
Autistics are often seen as being different from other people, and their behaviours may be different to other people’s.
For example, autistic people may be more likely to seek attention from others or engage in repetitive behaviour.
Some people also say that autistic children are more likely than other children to be aggressive towards other children.
What are the symptoms of ASD?
Some people with ASD have symptoms that may not be as obvious as others.
People with ASD may have symptoms such as social difficulties, difficulty learning and social interaction that are often not obvious.
Some children with autism may have trouble with repetitive behaviours, such a repetitive finger tapping or rubbing on furniture or other surfaces, and can also struggle with attention and coordination.
Children with autism can also have a wide range of different communication problems.
For some children, they may not know what to say and may have difficulty understanding what other people are saying.
In addition, children with ASD often show signs of repetitive behaviours like hand-wringing or crying, or difficulty writing and making eye contacts.
There is also a wide variety of autism symptoms that vary according to where the person lives and whether or not they are able to attend school.
For people with autism, there is an increased risk of serious health problems.
People who live in the same home with others with autism are more at risk of developing a range of serious illnesses, including cardiovascular diseases, cerebrovascular disease, and neurodevelopmental disorders.
People living with ASD also tend to have a higher risk of being diagnosed with some forms of mental health disorders, including depression and anxiety.
How is ASD diagnosed?
Autism can be diagnosed when you: notice that the child has trouble forming a coherent thought