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Autism impacts the normal development of the brain

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by BingoT, Apr 6, 2008.

    Apr 6, 2008
  1. BingoT

    BingoT Nurses love to give shots

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    Nursing & Run Bus Trips
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    Hartford,Ct
    Great info to pass on to all your friends that live with this each day.


    Autism is a bio-neurological developmental disability that generally appears before the age of 3.

    Autism impacts the normal development of the brain in the areas of social interaction, communication skills, and cognitive function. Individuals with autism typically have difficulties in verbal and non-verbal communication, social interactions, and leisure or play activities.

    :: Individuals with autism often suffer from numerous physical ailments which may include: allergies, asthma, epilepsy, digestive disorders, persistent viral infections, feeding disorders, sensory integration dysfunction, sleeping disorders, and more.

    :: Autism is diagnosed four times more often in boys than girls. Its prevalence is not affected by race, region, or socio-economic status. Since autism was first diagnosed in the U.S. the occurrence has climbed to an alarming one in 150 people across the country.

    :: Autism does not affect life expectancy. Currently there is no cure for autism, though with early intervention and treatment, the diverse symptoms related to autism can be greatly improved.


    SIGNS OF AUTISM
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    ASA
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    Autism Isn't the End of the World
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    You'll Be In My Heart: Autism Awareness
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    Severe Autism/Caleb Stemming
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    SHE'S AUTISTIC: Game-Girl
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