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Transcript of Autismo

How do you feel when you notice?
The autism is a spectrum of disorders characterized by a serious deficit of the development.

It affects the socialization, communication, imagination, planning and emotional reciprocity, and is demonstrated by means of repetitive or unusual conducts.
If you have a kid with TGD:
At the begining you don't believe it. You can think: "This is not my child"
or you may think that the therapist is wrong with the diagnostic.
But you have to accept it if you want to give your child the best possible life.

If you have TGD:
You have two options; you can deal it with humor and overcome setbacks
or you can pretend that you don't have any problems, and for sure you
will have to go to a specialist. It's better the first option because
doesn't matter how you are, you always have to accept yourself.

If your partner have TGD:
While they are growing up they become more cruel with those people
but when they are more little they accept it better because they don't
matter the differences between them.

That's because while they grow up they become more unsociable with
other people and they live in their own world.
A child with aspect autisms disorder:
Doesn´t react when you called by the name (12 months).
Doesn´t point any object to show interest (14 months).
Doesn´t play with imaginary situations (18 months).
He/She prefers to spend the time alone.
He/She is not allowed express his / her feeling.
He/She probably has some difficulties to speak with someone .
He/She is use to repeat words or phrases.
He/She answers questions without sense.
He/She really hates unexpected changes.
He/She reacts strangely when he/she feels, smells, tastes, looks or hears something he/she has never felt, smelled, tasted, looked or heard.
Autism spectrum disorder
To make a diagnosis, doctors evaluate the child's behavior and development.
It can be detected since the baby is two months, but when they are older the diagnosis is more reliable.


Babie's developmental assessment:
Check if the child is learning the basic skills of age or if he/she has delays.
-Ask their parents or talk and play with the child to examine his/her behavior.
-They must be examined during visits to pediatricians.
-Especial attention those premature infants who were born underweight or have a brother / sister with ASD .

Comprehensive diagnostic evaluation:
-Review of behavior and child development and parent interview.
-Test of hearing and sight, genetic tests, neurological tests etc...

Does it increase? / Is it degenerative?
The ASD could get worse if the patient hasn't
got help from other people like psychologists,
We must help them with their own problems.
Information about ASD
They do not understand jokes or sarcasm.
They like being in community, but it's difficult for him.
They don't like surprise.
They are very sensitive.
They don't know how to relate.
They are very orderly.
They are outstanding all around.
They always say the truth.
They develop different abilities.
They think that this world isn't their world.
They practice them to be normal.

Who does it affect?
It can affect any child, but…
There are more cases in boys, with one in 94 diagnosed.
However, girls diagnosed with more severe symptoms.
The rate of autism is increasing between 10 and 17 percent each year.
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