Compare And Contrast Autism And Autism

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Autism spectrum disorder and autism are both are both terms for a group of complex disorder of brain development. Autism appears to have to have its roots in very early brain development. However the most obvious signs of autism and symptoms of autism, usually develop between two and three years of age. Both children and adults with autism often show difficulties in verbal and nonverbal Communication, Social interactions, instruction or play. Autism is not something to laugh about. In other words it’s not a disease, it is a disorder. Some kids in the world are born with and can’t get rid of it. Autism makes people act a different in ways for example, Learning disabilities Trouble speaking Making eye contact Hard…show more content…
Autism affects the brain and makes communicating and interacting with other people more difficult. A faulty gene might make a person more likely to develop autism. As included if you knew two people with autism, they would have a different level of needs and skills. Autism can also affect a child’s concentration. They can get lost in the details, rather than pulling together different sources of information and seeing the situation as a whole. Children with autism would have difficulty seeing the ‘big picture’. They can get lost in the details, rather than pulling together different sources of information and seeing the situation as a whole. For example, when someone who can see the big picture looks at an endless expanse of trees. That person would see ‘the forest’, But someone who can’t see the big picture would see only lots of individual trees. Autism has its own month. It’s called National Autism Awareness Month. National Autism Awareness Month starts April 1st and ends on April 30th. National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year. Here are pictures of different groups of people that are determined to help this

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