Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Children with autism often have difficulty letting others know what they want or need until they are taught how to communicate through speech, gestures or other means. Many children with autism need and demand absolute consistency in their environment. Young children with autism tend to be delayed in babbling, speaking and learning to use gestures. Some infants who later develop autism coo and babble during the first few months of life before losing these communicative behaviours. Others experience significant language delays and don’t begin to speak until much later. With therapy, however, most people with autism do learn to use spoken language and all can learn to communicate.


  • Signs and Symptoms of ASD
  • Causes and Risk Factors of Autism
  • Diagnosis of ASD
  • Treatments and Therapies of ASD
  • Communication and Behaviour

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