Common Facts about Autism

  • Autism, according to today’s experts, is a worldwide problem.
  • Affects about 2% of the global population, regardless of natural or social circumstances, race, ethnicity, or social status.
  • More common—there are currently more children born with autism than there are with AIDS, cancer, and diabetes combined. Boys are four times more likely than girls to develop it.
  • Children with autism are oblivious to others, often reserved. they do not understand the sense of intonation, mimics, or movements in communication; and their behaviour is marked by uniform repetitive behaviors and patterns, as well as extreme resistance to change.
  • Individual symptoms similar to those mentioned above are insufficient to diagnose autism; nevertheless, the absence of any of them does not rule out concerns if they occur, and parents should seek medical advice. 

Point to Remember

  • It is important to note that there is no complete resemblance between the various types of autism; the symptoms are often unique.
  • They can also change in the same person as they progress through the stages of life. 
  • These events may usually be detected between the ages of two and three years old if the parents keep a close eye on their infant. However, some types appear in school-age children in terms of school rules or classroom communication.

About Autism

Autism abnormalities can be mild, making diagnosis difficult, and they can range from mild to severe. Several studies have related some physiological, genetic, and clinical factors to the disorder. In general, however, children and adults with autism do not seem to be any different from other children or adults; there are no apparent differences.

Communication is interrupted, and from there, their socialisation is disrupted. Children exist in their own universe, isolated from what is going on around them, in which they feel good, calm, and unable to leave. They go through depression if their life is broken. They are then terrified and perplexed, not just because they have been thrown out of their familiar setting, but also because they have no understanding of the “other” world around them. This occurs often when others overlook the problem, attributing it to “character flaws” or the fact that the child is “being naughty,” for example. All of this makes it difficult to communicate with such children, and others must approach them with caution.

Autistic individuals are unable to comprehend the emotions of others, which contributes to their limited ability to form friendships. They are also oblivious to or unresponsive to dangers because they are cut off from reality. They may have an intolerance to objects that others consider natural, such as touch, colour, and sound, as a result of this detachment.

They are unable to function as part of a team or engage in planning and organisation, but they are capable of performing a variety of tasks more quickly and effectively than others. They usually have issues with sleeping and feeding.

Statistics of Autism 

  • According to the first comprehensive estimation of the country’s autism prevalence, in 2020, about 23 out of every 10,000 children in India have autism.
  • This average, which is about 0.23 percent, is considerably lower than the 1.47 percent in the United States.
  • One in every 34 boys is diagnosed with autism
  • one in every 144 girls is diagnosed with autism.
  • Boys are substantially more likely than girls to be diagnosed with autism.
  • Most children were diagnosed after the age of four, though autism can be accurately diagnosed starting at the age of two.
  • A total of 31% of children with ASD have an intellectual disability (IQ 70), 25% have IQ scores in the borderline range (IQ 71–85), and 44% have IQ scores in the average to above-average range (IQ >85). Autism affects people from all walks of life, regardless of their ethnicity or socioeconomic status.
  • Minorities are diagnosed later and less often than the general population.
  • Early intervention provides the best opportunity to promote healthy growth and provide long-term benefits. Autism may not have a medical diagnosis.

Our Take 

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