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Signs Of Autism In A Toddler - Identifying The Signs Of Autism

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Signs Of Autism In A Toddler

How a child socially interacts at an early age is one of the key signs of autism. These children will often not respond to their names or will be unable to smile or even look at the people who are talking to them. They will dislike most forms of affection such as cuddles or kisses and will often avoid any form of eye contact. More signs of autism include not being able to play with others socially or even lack the ability to play imaginary games.

Key warning signs include not being able to make friends or not showing any form of anxiety around strangers. This specific lack of anxiety may occur during the first year of infant development. They will also not be anxious when being separated from their mothers this is due to the inability to feel empathy towards others.

Signs of autism in a toddler will most likely be of a verbal nature due to autism mostly being confirmed in toddlers when they are between three or four years of age. They will be unable to sustain any form of conversation, certain phrases or sayings that the average child will be able to say during this growing phase will not be used by children with autism. They will instead acquire repetitive natures in certain areas. For instance, an increasing obsession with particular articles. If one should encounter a child with autism, they will mostly likely appear as if they are deaf. This is not always the case, but due to their lack of responsive and communication abilities this deduction is often made. Signs Of Autism In A Toddler

A child usually speaks after achieving the first few milestones in early childhood development. However, with children diagnosed with autism one side could be complete lack of verbal skills resulting in not being able to talk at all. Another sign of autism can be the parroting of certain phrases or words they hear repeatedly, resulting in an obsession. They will also tend to confuse pronouns such as "I" or "We", often exchanging the one for the other in limiting conversations.

A child with autism will develop certain limited interests or display movements of a repetitive nature. They will also be highly inflexible when it comes to certain rituals they wish to follow. Due to this they over focus their attention on certain objects of their choice.

Another symptom is that children with autism can become increasingly sensitive when it comes to senses such as taste, smells or sounds. This will cause frustration for the child and could cause erratic outbursts. They will also think nothing of harming themselves as in some cases their sensitivity to physical sensations are numbed.

In recent research it is shown that twenty percent of children with autism suffer negative changes between early child development and abilities that are totally impaired. Knowing the signs of autism will ensure that you are properly educated on the origins as well as treatments and symptoms of autism, which will ultimately prevent your child from regressing should the necessary treatment be administered. Signs Of Autism In A Toddler

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