Autism Spectrum Disorder or A.S.D. is developmental disability that affects a person’s ability to interact and communicate with others. A study of the disorder done from 200-2002 showed that almost 1 in every 100 American children has some … Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Mental/what_is_autism_disorders
What type of genetic disorder is autism? I’ve researched and cannot find it anywhere. When I say types I mean chromosomal, gene, point, deletion ect.
Spectrum disorders fall under the category of organic or functional mental disorder! A highly functioning person with a spectrum disorder who demonstrated neither poor academic skills nor perceptual defects, could arguably still be qualified! Normally though, even with mild Aspergers or PDD-NOS, there would still be latent displays that could give the doctor pause! Another thing to consider is how much are the symptoms controlled by environmental supports and dietary measures?? These would be out the window in a training environment and that could have a deleterious effect on the well-being of the individual!
Although the symptoms of autism and ASD begin early in childhood, they are sometimes missed; years later, adults may seek diagnoses to help them or their
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