Autism is otherwise known as an autism spectrum disorder. It is a developmental disorder where communication ability and interaction are impaired in children. The affected children have delayed language skills, movement skills, learning skills, inattentive behavior, unusual eating, and sleeping habits. Undergoing behavior management therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and medication helps in treating it.
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My 5-year-old child has mild ASD and does not wear clothes at all. What needs to be done?
Query: Hello doctor, My child is 5-year-old and takes off every kind of clothes and fabric, including underwear, sleeps naked, walks naked around the house, does not wear a coat in winter, and has mild ASD. Kindly help. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read your query. 1. An autistic child could be particularly sensitive to rough tags and seams. 2. Too-tight waistbands or clothing may cause them to react. 3. Clothing that is overly loose and prone to slipping off could make them respond. 4. They can be e... Read Full »
What are the possible symptoms of autism?
Query: Hi doctor,My son is two and a half years old. He was diagnosed with autism when he was one year and eight months old. He got improved now and it is amazing to us. He is talking words, he loves to play, he asks us to play with him, he loves us a lot and he understands what we ask to him. He is intera... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I want to tell you briefly about autistic spectrum disorder. It is a pervasive developmental disorder and it needs a life long diagnosis and a fluctuating course. It will recur any time in life and mainly you need to focus on communication skills. Autistic children are ... Read Full »