You capitalize autism either when grammatically correct to do so (at the start of a sentence, for example), or when talking about Autistic people or the Autism community. As autism is an identity it means that when talking about us as people or as a community you will capitalize the word. It's similar to deaf/Deaf - 'when a person is deaf you refer to them as a Deaf person'.
For example I am diagnosed with autism, thus I am an Autistic person.
Yes, when referring to autism as an identity you capitalize - for example Autistic person, Autistic child, Autistic community. In general you don't capitalize autism, for example when talking about autism as a condition or autistic resources.
Whether you capitalize autism depends on the use.If it is at the start of a sentence you would capitalize.If you're referring to Autism as an identity you capitalize - e.g. Autistic person or Autistic community.
No, the word autism is not capitalised in a sentence. It should only be capitalised at the beginning of sentences and when it forms part of a title. (e.g. the title of a research paper).
Yes, you capitalize autism when you are talking about Autistic people or Autistic communities - the same as you would with deaf verses Deaf person. Autism is an identity, capitalizing recognizes that.
Whether you use capitalization depends on the use.You would capitalize if it's the beginning of a sentence or sometimes people will capitalize Autism Spectrum Disorder in order to make it easier to identify the acronym ASD. When speaking about Autistic people or the Autism community this is also capitalized to identify it as an identity.
Autism should have a capital letter at the start when talking about it as an identity, for example Autistic person or Autistic community. You don't capitalize when talking about autism as a diagnosis.
No you shouldn't capitalize the word at in a title?
Yes, Autistic child is capitalized.You capitalize when you're talking about individuals or autism as an identity - e.g. Autistic person or Autistic community, but not autism as a diagnosis, autism classroom, autism treatment, etc.
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There are no perfect rhymes for the word autism.
Autism is taken from the Greek word Auto, for self.
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