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All about Autistic Spectrum Disorders epub

by The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities


All about Autistic Spectrum Disorders epub

ISBN: 0901944998

ISBN13: 978-0901944993

Author: The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities

Category: Fitness and Dieting

Subcategory: Mental Health

Publisher: Mental Health Foundation (December 31, 2001)

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Every individual on the autism spectrum has problems to some degree with social interaction, empathy, communication, and flexible behavior.

As with many neurodivergent people and conditions, the popular image of autistic people and autism itself is often based on inaccurate media representations.

Young people with learning disabilities also have fewer friends than other children living in Britain and are more .

Young people with learning disabilities also have fewer friends than other children living in Britain and are more likely to suffer abuse and be involved in serious accidents. The full report can be downloaded from ww. .

The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities would like to thank The Shirley Foundation for funding this publication. Literature Study Guides. Published by The Mental Health Foundation UK Office 7th Floor, 83 Victoria Street London SW1H 0HW Tel: 020 Fax: 020 E-mail: Scotland Office 5th Floor, Merchants House 30 George Square Glasgow G2 1EG Tel: 0141 572 0125 Fax: 0141 572 0246 E-mail: Reg Charity No: 801130.

The symptoms are present from early childhood and affect daily functioning. The term spectrum refers to the wide range of symptoms, skills, and levels of disability in functioning that can occur in people with ASD. Some children and adults with ASD are fully able to perform all activities of daily living while others require substantial support to perform basic activities.

Rehabilitation of children with autism carries great social and economic burdens, including the fact that when they become adults, these patients remain ill and have corresponding needs.

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ASD is thought to affect around one in 200 children and adults, although this is likely to be an underestimate. There are differences between the subgroups but all children and adults with an ASD will have the following core difficulties. Non-verbal and verbal communication. Some people with ASDs are either very sensitive or very insensitive to certain sounds, sights and textures. This can affect their responses to things like clothes or food and noise. The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities. Do you need urgent help?

Often children show symptoms of autism within the first year. A small number of children appear to develop normally in the first year, and then go through a period of regression between 18 and 24 months of age when they develop autism symptoms.