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Yes i do have autism I'm on the spectrumI have very mild Asperger's syndrome. Why are you asking a general "you" this question? mys sister has autism and dispratsia and… attachment and sensory issues and aspergers and i have trates every1 here autistic dont understand how much people try to make your lives happy and then the slightest thing wrong you think that they dont love you because they do and even if the dont show it Y WOULD THEY HATE YOU people hate people the same every single one of you atre unique in your own ways
Presumably, when they are diagnosed they are told. It also depends on how severe the autism is. If it is a mild case, just to do with socialising, they know and usually unders…tand. If it is very severe, like if they cannot talk, then they probably don't know, or understand.
I do, Albert Einstien, and millions of others. if you have autism, especially aspergers syndrome like i have, i love you all and we'll just have to help each other. we are nor…mal- dont let anyone tell you we are not.
Amanda Baggs, advocate of rights for autistic peopleMarty Balin, singer and songwriter with Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson StarshipLucy Blackman, university educated authorA…lonzo Clemons, American clay sculptorTony DeBlois, blind American musicianJonathan Jayne, contestant on American IdolChristopher Knowles, American poetBhumi Jensen, grandson of Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of ThailandLeslie Lemke, blind American musicianJonathan Lerman, American artistJason McElwain, high school basketball playerThristan Mendoza, Filipino marimba prodigyTito Mukhopadhyay, author, poet, and philosopherDerek Paravicini, blind British musicianJames Henry Pullen, gifted British carpenterMatt Savage, U.S. autistic jazz prodigyBirger Sellin, German authorHenriett Seth-F., Hungarian autistic savant, poet, writer and artistDaniel Tammet, British autistic savantRichard Wawro, Scottish artistStephen Wiltshire, British architectural artist I do. Oh, and so does Dan Aykroyd.
l Autism is a neurological disorder that causes an individual to be affected in many different ways. How it impacts someone is just as different as one person is to …the next. The more severly affected individual may be non-verbal, sensitive to touch, and show signs of aggression. The less affected individual may being extremely bright but socially awkward. It's hard to say what autism does to someone when it is different with each person, just like a fingerprint. Early intervention is key to making the most progress so early diagnosis is highly important.
There are a lot of different speculations about why people get autism. Some researchers have theorized that autism is caused by heavy metal buildup in the body, but other evid…ence has shown that theory to be somewhat shaky and possibly untrue. Other evidence suggests that autism is primarily a genetic disorder. This theory seems to be gaining popularity, and so far no studies have been able to disprove this theory. In fact, there have been several reported cases of parents being diagnosed with asperger's syndrome (a more mild form of autism) after their children have received the same diagnoses. Well said above and additionally, there is an environmental factor that triggers the genetic predisposition that basically kicks the autism into gear. What the trigger is remains unknown and has been speculated it varies from individual to individual.
Anything is possible and does not have to be that way. That is just saying if one person likes another; it doesn't matter if two people have similar conditions. They are both …human. It is possible for that to happen. It also depends on the severity of the disorder. The more severe a person is affected by autism, the less likely they are to interact with others. It really is not a matter of liking someone or not, it is more that they are not sure how to interact with someone.
Autism is caused by certain genes and by damage to those genes by environmental factors e.g. exposure to chemicals, allergies, immunizations, and drugs in utero. Just as each …child is impacted differently by autism, the causes are just as unique from child to child. One example of a known and scientifically recognised cause of autism is the anticonvulsant drug sodium valproate (epilim / depakote) which, when taken by pregnant women, causes a 10% risk of autism in unborn babies. This drug is still marketed to women of childbearing age, most of whom are not warned of the risk to their unborn child. You can't "catch" autism, any more than you can catch blue eyes or brown hair. There is no known cure for autism, although various therapies (e.g. gluten-free, dairy-free diet, although it is a very small percentage that benefits from this diet) do make a difference to outcomes for people with autism. Most beneficial and scientifically proven treatment is Applied Behavioral Analysis utilizing the verbal behavior approach. Genetic therapy is looking promising for the future of people with autism. Usually when you're conceived in your mother's womb The autism spectrum often involves genetics. There is no one cause for autism, and the reason for most cases remains a mystery beyond genes.
It creates social problems and makes things difficult at times but it's not really that bad.. at least not to me (Has Autism) Well, It's really difficult for some people with …it though... I think it depends on the person.
A person who has autism, is born with the disorder.but it is probably passed down from the parents,meaning that the parents have it and when the child was born it had it. i am… explaining it because i don't want you to think it can be passed down like a cold. but it doesn't have to be they can just be born with it by themselves.
Your ability to care for a child would depend on your severity of your condition. In any case, it is just necessary to remember that a neurotypical child might require certain… attentions that you would not automatically give. Raising children is also extremely stressful which is an important fact to consider if you are easily overstimulated and unable to self-soothe. So do your research just like any good parent! There also seems to be a genetic component to autism so there is a greater likelihood that your child would have autism too.
It would not be ethical or legal to do anything TO people who have autism.
When you have Aspergers you are not stupid! People with autism have certain specific interests like art, history, or maths. When you're Autistic you are unaware of people laug…hing at you. Austistics wear things only for comfort, even if it doesn't match. A person might not wear contrasting patterns, but if they have autism they wouldn't care as long as it's comfy. They don't care how they look. This doesn't make them thick headed because even though their emotional age might be 5, their intellectual age may well be higher. Another type of Autism found in the Autism spectrum is Rett Syndrome. This has been found mostly in the females, however some males have it. You can tell you have this if you have small hands or feet, or if your head is small for your age (the rate it grows slows down). It may also look like anxiety with the way they move their hands. There is no cure for this, however there are treatments. Treatments involve anti-psychotics (to contain any self-harm), therapy, changing up your social medication, and increase your communication skills.
People don't 'get' autism. They are born with it.
Hi! My name is Kate and I have Autism. Approximately 1 in 68 children have autism (1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls). Autism can be caused by a number of factors (no vaccines D…O NOT cause Autism), including genetic factors and mutations which are the two main causes. No one gene causes Autism, but rather it is caused by a number of genes. Anyone of any gender, race, nationality, socio-economic level, etc. can have Autism, and it appears between 1-3 years of age in most cases.
The definition for the word autism is "a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other …people and in using language and abstract concepts."