*Did you know that every 1 out of 68 children is living with some form of autism?
This means the child’s development is in some way affected. A diagnosis of autism is generally evaluated around the age of three and the very complex disorder seems to be more common in boys than in girls. But there are varying degrees to which a child may exhibit the condition. Some cases are severe and can include behaviors that are more easily recognizable; while another child is seen as incredibly high functioning.
Autism doesn’t discriminate. Any child can be living with it – regardless of age, weight, race, overall health, social class, or geographical residence. And while many children are successfully treated with therapy, it is something they tend to carry well into their adulthood and is considered permanent.
Below are 10 Signs and Symptoms that may resonate with you and your family.
(Article continues at EURThisNthat.)