What Are Developmental Disorders?

Autism is a medical term, also known as autism. It is classified as a developmental disorder caused by neurological disorders. Its symptoms include abnormal social skills, communication skills, interests and behavior patterns. Autism is a disorder of widespread development, a mental illness characterized by severe and widespread impairment of social interaction and communication skills, as well as stereotyped behaviors, interests, and activities.

From studies of families and children with clenching, it has been found that approximately 10% to 20% of siblings with autism may be slightly autistic.
2. Infected by disease
Women may suffer during pregnancy
Barriers to social communication
Generally manifested as lack of communication or communication skills with others, lack of secure attachment relationships with parents and so on.
2. Language communication barriers
Language development is backward, or language regression occurs after normal language development, or language lacks communication.
3. Repeat the stereotype.
4. Intellectual disorders
Around 70%
CT is mainly used to exclude mental disorders caused by organic and physical diseases. In some patients, the cerebellar volume has been reduced by imaging.
No language
Usually considered to be a hearing problem or
Generally speaking, the prognosis of children with autism is related to the discovery of disease signs sooner or later, the severity of the disease, early speech development, cognitive function, whether accompanied by other diseases, whether medication, training, and other factors.
Psychological research has found that the substantial damage to autism is cognitive impairment, manifested in early shared attention and acting. Shared attention refers to sharing an interest in something with others. When autism faces an object, it is not to share the interest with others, but to get it. This disorder is one of the early symptoms of autism. As mentioned in the first part, not playing sexual games is one of the early manifestations of autism. If early symptoms can be found, early diagnosis and early treatment will undoubtedly have a positive and effective impact on the prognosis.
Children with autism do not have the ability to interact independently, and will not change their behavior according to environmental requirements to adapt to the environment. This obstacle becomes more prominent with age. People with severe mental retardation who do not have any speech function, uncontrollable and difficult to treat screams, self-injury and other behaviors continue to threaten survival and bring obstacles to education and intervention. As parents, it is easy to identify children Of these abnormal.
In some children, symptoms may improve after puberty, weird and stereotyped behaviors decrease, and social communication and ability to adapt to society are more or less improved. However, it still shows difficulties in dealing with people, being alone, and avoiding others; when it is not involved in social skills, it can also do some simple and mechanical things.
Prognosis is better in those who have better language or speech function early or before the diagnosis of autism. Although the disease itself limited their potential for language development, after all, he had this potential or basis, and the effect of using drugs was better. Patients with other diseases such as severe congenital heart disease, epilepsy, liver and kidney damage, and tuberous sclerosis have a poor prognosis, and those with hearing impairment and special life skills have a poor prognosis.


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