Various mental illnesses owing to genetic, prenatal, natal and other factors have come to light in the last few decades due to rigorous research. Autism has emerged as a leading mental condition over the years. The increase in its prevalence has not only drawn the attention of healthcare professionals, it has also prompted a . . . → Read More: How Hyperbaric Chamber Therapy Helps to Treat Autism?
Autism and Cerebral Palsy have emerged as major neurodevelopmental challenges among children in the United States in recent years. What beats the experts is the existent variation in the degree of these medical conditions in children. In other words, it impairs the mental development and behavior of a child . . . → Read More: How HBOT Mitigates Autism and Cerebral Palsy in Children
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as autism, both are general terms representing a set of complex disorders related to brain development. The characteristics of these disorders, in varying extents, are repetitive behaviors, difficulty in social interaction, and non-verbal and verbal communication. A few years ago, all the autism disorders were grouped . . . → Read More: Important Examinations and Tests for Autism Diagnosis
Autism or ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) is a life long disease with neurological impairments. If we go deep, then according to geneticists, autism is purely genetic. Not only that, but it has been revealed that more than 500 genetic variants are responsible for this spectrum of disorders, ASD. That’s the reason why . . . → Read More: Sniff Test Can Be A Short and Quick Way to Diagnose Autism
In recent days, the name “Autisms” is better suited than the singular “Autism”, though the full form of ASD is already known as Autism Spectrum Disorders. The impairments or disorders caused by ASD are not one or two, but cover a huge as well as broad spectrum. It is also found that if autism . . . → Read More: ‘Autisms’ – A More Suitable Term for ‘Autism’
Mental retardation with brain disorder is turning into a vital condition nowadays. The place is none other than the U.S, a first world country, where according to the CDC data report of the year 2008, 1 out of 88 children was found with autism, but according to the latest data report, 1 out of . . . → Read More: A study of Autism with fMRI technique
I would like to thank my guest blogger, Deni Weber, for sharing her ideas on autism fine motor skill activities for children. Deni is a “Christian Psychologist, Teacher, Writer, Artist, Homeschool Mom with Chronic Illnesses, Gluten Free since ’93 and ADD.” She also operates the Pathways for Change website
Developing Fine Motor Skills . . . → Read More: Autism Child Fine Motor Skills Activities by Deni Weber