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What Happens To A Person Gone Untreated Undiagnosed For Autism
Autism is a brain development disorder. It shows up in the first 3 years of life and affects communication and social interaction. Check out these 2 websites--autism society of america and autism speaks . Both are good informative websites . I have many autistic patients who do well. Be informed and seek an evaluation ...Read more
Yes /NO : Yes it is possible but it is highly unlikely, people with the so called " high functioning autim" may in some cases go diagnosed for a long time, if in doubt seek help, there are centers for this d/o in every major city in the us. Good luck and feel better. ...Read more
My husband may have undiagnosed autism. How do we go about getting an evaluation? Is this psychological or neurological?
How often are autism spectrum disorders (e.g., Asperger's syndrome) undiagnosed until adulthood? How is such a diagnosis made?
Minor autism: The diagnosis is a clinical one. When issues like impaired attention and depressed mood are also present the diagnosis of Aspergers ( now termed minor autism ) is made more difficult. There are varying degrees of involment of multiple cognitive domains and behavioral features involved. No two people are alike. Get an opinion from a well trained expert in behavioral medicine who deals with autism. ...Read more
Many, many: Think of how you'd behave if you thought everyone knows what you know, feels the way you feel, & wants to do what you want to do. You couldn't lie, but you couldn't know why people go away sometimes when you're just stating a fact, why they say no when you tell them what to do or why they tell you to do something you don't want to do. If you think in pictures, language is a second language. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The youngest child: The youngest I have diagnosed, whose symptoms fulfilled dsm-iv criteria for autism was 16 months. With intensive early behavioral & educational intervention, & language, occupational & social skills therapy, he had no observable symptoms by age 3.. The diagnosis of " social communication disorder" in the dsm v will allow access to therapy in infancy, since stereotypies are often not present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Practice: First learning about the typical components of social interaction, then learning about one's own individual preferences and tendencies. Iden tifying the things that are easy and hard.Work on using the easy things optimally and prctice using the hard things will increae success. Working with a counselor would be invaluable. ...Read more
Quite the opposite: A shy person has an intuitive understanding of social cues and social implications of language (may include subtle gestures and tone of voice). The shy person experiences unease in social situations, which may lead to behaviors of avoidance (e.g. Averting eye gaze). In contrast, a person with autism is not readily attuned to social and language cues. The social withdrawal is not intentional. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is autism person is mentally retarded , do they have professional lives? Are they nomrally weak in studies
Absolutely. There is: no scientific evidence that vaccines either cause Autism or worsen symptoms in a person with an established diagnosis. People with some of types of the inherited mitochondrial disorders can experience worsening of their neurological & Neurodevelopmental symptoms with any stress like fever, including normal febrile reactions to vaccines. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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