Behavioral characteristics and rights of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Hameeda Begum Safavi


Developmental challenges, as well as a host of social, behavioural, and physical issues, are all part of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ASD patients often have abnormal behaviours and interests, as well as odd learning and attention methods, as well as impaired verbal and nonverbal communication skills. People with autism frequently suffer from medical conditions such as asthma, digestive problems, recurrent viral infections, and seizures, in addition to these behavioural symptoms. Autism was long considered a rare disease, but it is now one of the most common developmental disorders. An actual increase in mass cannot be ruled out, given the increased prevalence of advanced parental age at conception and perinatal risk factors such as preterm and high-risk infant survival.

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