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Developmental Concerns:Regressive Autism
2009-05-14
Name: Editor What will you do when your child is unable to remember words? What are symptoms of regressive autism? What is a difference between regressive autism and autistic disorder?
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2009-05-14
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Name: Bandana
Subject:  parents of autistic child
It is very difficult for parents of autistic children to cope with this disorder. Proper treatment should be given to such children at an earliest. It is necessary to give good amount time to the children so that they improve. They take more time to learn things as compared to the normal children, so parents and teachers should give more time to them to complete their home work and exams. It is necessary to give more attention to these children. Parents are the real strength of such children and they should have lots of courage and positive attitude to face this situation.
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2009-05-14
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Name: Priyesh
Subject:  can adults get regressive autism
As regressive autism develops in later stages of life is it possible that an adult gets it. I have seen in movies that due to some injuries on head there is loss in memory. Is this one of the cause of regressive autism? Is there any similarity between regressive autism and loss of memory? Is there any connection between regressive autism and loss of memory? However I have not seen any child till now showing symptoms of regressive autism. I stay in India. I came to know about this concept after reading this article. This article is helpful for awareness about regressive autism.
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2009-05-14
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Name: Alfred
Subject:  the concept of regressive autism
The concept of regressive autism is so confusing that I can not find any dissimilarity between it and autistic disorder. I think there is only dissimilarity between these two that it occurs during the later stages. It is very uncommon disorder. There are many few people who know about this disorder. It is necessary to spread awareness about this order and help people and children. It is necessary to give proper treatment to the child at the right time so that it is good for child to cope with it. Many of the parents are unaware about this disorder and children have to suffer.
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