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Recognize the Symptoms of Autism in Children (Toddler)


Every April 2 World Autism Day is celebrated as. To raise awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD/Autism), it helps us to recognize the signs and symptoms of autism in children's primary (toddlers). I am very grateful if you share this post as much as possible to increase the awareness and understanding the challenges faced by people with autism spectrum every day, and throughout his life.
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Every person with autism spectrum are not the same, so if you have any concerns please consult your doctor so that your child can get autism screening examination as soon as possible. Remember the beginning of treatment, the better. Here are the signs and symptoms of autism in toddlers is often the case:
  • Can not talk in the first 16 months
  • It has been estimated that 40% of children with autism never speak
  • Can not talk in the first 16 months
  • It has been estimated that 40% of children with autism never speak
  • Do not respond with their own name when they reach 1 year of age
  • Less able to smile and facial expression in after 6 months
  • Your child may not be able to respond to your smile
  • Less able to smile and facial expression in after 6 months
  • Your child may not be able to respond to your smile
  • Difficult defecation
  • They may have periods of constipation
  • Difficult defecation
  • They may have periods of constipation
  • Lack of interest in the game, such as "peekaboo"
  • Less can reach your holding hands
  • Less can move the hand like waving goodbye
  • Not interested in playing with their peers
Surely this is not an exhaustive list. Please comment to add signs and symptoms of ASD that you see in your child. It should be noted that some children also experienced regression (reduction), which means that symptoms will not appear until it's time. Regression occurs in speech and social skills in general is a key indicator of autism. If it happens, immediately contact your doctor for diagnosis, treatment and therapy.

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