How can you get rid of your Autism?
You can't 'get rid of' your Autism.
Autism is a difference in how your brain works, it's not something that you have but it is what makes you who you are. You cannot get rid of Autism, it's something you are born as and continue to be throughout your entire life. There's also no need to get rid of your autism, it's not a bad thing at all.
You can't get rid of it you have got it all your life.
No - no one can 'get rid' of autism. Autism is a neurological difference...the only way to 'get rid' of autism then would be to 'get rid' of a persons brain, which obviously isn't an option. Although autism can be a disability for many it can also be an advantage to many, even if a 2 year old is severely affected by their autism they may improve over time.
No, you cannot get rid of your autism. If you're Autistic then your brain is autistic - it effects every single aspect of who you are, it is who you are as a person and that cannot be changed. You are born Autistic and continue to be Autistic throughout your entire life, which is absolutely fine. There is nothing wrong with being Autistic.
Nothing gets rid of it.
No, a child cannot get rid of autism (nor should anyone want to). Autism is a neurological difference - it's a different type of brain, not an inferior brain or a broken neurotypical brain - nor is it an illness or disease that can be gotten rid of. Autism is literally who a person is, it is their brain thus is how they perceive and interact with the world.
No. There is no cure for Autism. However, if it is handled well from an early age, Autistic people can be more able to cope with the world.
No, you cannot get rid of autism and there's no reason to do so. If you're Autistic then you are born Autistic and there's nothing at all wrong with that, Autistic people can experience symptoms that are unpleasant but the key is to treat those problems rather than trying to change who you are. Autistic people can also learn social skills and communication to interact with neurotypical people - Autistic people are not less than… Read More
It's impossible to say for sure how much money goes into funding for research into a 'cure' for Autism overall, but an example would be to look at Autism Speaks which is the largest organisation focusing on Autism in the US and is pro-eugenics* so supports finding a 'cure'. In 2012 Autism Speaks put $15,790,797 into research, most of which was focused on finding a 'cure'. * Autism is a neurological difference; it's how a… Read More
In 1935 they used many methods to reduce or even get rid of Autism in children. One of the ways was taking away the childrens security items. Another way was to chop of there limbs.
Unfortunately many people are trying to cure Autism, this comes largely from ignorance and prejudice towards Autistic people. Autism is not a disease but a difference in how the brain is structured, it is thus not separate to a person or something that happens to a 'normal' person, Autism is who a person is and thus cannot be separated from the person. The only way to 'cure' Autism would be to get rid of Autistic… Read More
if you have autism it is not defintely going to have autism but the good news is that if you have autism it is more likely your child will have autism
yes a person with Autism can have a baby with Autism
No, you cannot catch autism. Autism is not an illness, disease, or virus, it is a neurological condition so it is how a persons brain is formed and works. A person is born Autistic as a result of genetics. A person cannot develop Autism.
the condition is autism Autism is a disibilty itself
Basicly, autism is something you are born to have, not something that you could grow into. So, adult autism, means that a child with autism grows up and become an adult with autism. However, if you didn't find out that you have autism until you are an adult, then your autism must be the mild kind on the entire autism spectrum.
Infantile Autism is when a baby or toddler (an Infant) has autism.
Autism awareness is simply making people aware of autism and Autistic people. Unfortunately organizations such as Autism Speaks uses autism awareness to speak negatively about autism and Autistic people to increase their profits, thus there remains a lot of ignorance about autism.
No one knows really, it 'just happens'. We get born with autism. We live with autism. We die with autism.
The common name for Autism is just that: Autism. The full term would be Autism Spectrum Disorder.
I don't think so, if there was then people would have been using it, unless it's too expensive. I know there's no medicine to get rid of autism but there might be medicines that help autistic people deal with their autism.Don't rely on my answer alone because I'm not sure.
It is unlikely that your child would have autism. There is a genetic component to autism, so it is more likely that you would have a child with autism than a couple with no history of autism in their backgrounds. However, it is still more likely that your child will not have autism than have autism.
Autism Awareness day is April 2nd and Autism Awareness Month is April. Be aware that many Autistic people dislike Autism Awareness because the issue is no longer a lack of awareness but a lack of acceptance, also because Autism Awareness campaigns are heavily connected with the likes of Autism Speaks which is considered to be a hate group for the harmful propaganda and abuse it uses towards Autistic people. Consider looking into Autism Acceptance instead… Read More
Biologial. Autism is neurodevelopmental. There are hereditary and genetic ties to autism.
Autism is inborn. They haven't figure out what causes autism yet.
No, Autism is not only in children. Autism is a neurological difference, a person is born Autistic just like a person is born neurotypical. An Autistic person will always be Autistic and thus become an Autistic adult. Autistic people often improve over time, learning social and communication skills as well as learning to cope with or mask autism characteristics in order to fit in to neurotypical society. Autistic adults often fit in better than children.
Autism cannot be 'removed' - autism is a neurological condition, it is how your brain works so is an essential part of who you are...without autism you are not you.
Autism can be inherited from parents with genes for autism. Autism can also be the result of the spontaneous mutation of a gene. It is suspected that a person with the genes for autism might need an environmental factor (in the womb or shortly after birth) to trigger the development of autism.
Yes, there are known situations of persons with autism having children with autism. There is a genetic component to autism. Some people with autism get married and have children. Some of those children have autism, but some do not. Autism varies in its severity, so other people might not recognize that a person has autism. Sometimes a parent with autism or Asperger's Syndrome is not diagnosed until after having a child with a more severe… Read More
No, he did not have Autism.
No, Jedward do not have autism.
There is no cure for autism, and hopefully there never will be. Autism is a neurological difference, a variation in human beings just like race. The only way to 'cure' autism would be to eradicate Autistic people, like suggesting to eradicate African-American people this would be highly unethical and would be considered eugenics. Many people are trying to 'cure' autism via pre-natal screening and genetic modification, hopefully this doesn't happen.
No, Autism is not a disease at all. Autism is a neurological difference, it is known as Autism Spectrum Disorder and can sometimes be considered a disability.
The forms of autism are Perfond autism, Classical auism, Pervasive Development Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, Ragressive Autism, Rett Syndrome and many more.
Autism only affects the person with Autism - injustice can effect the family as a whole if they cannot get easy access to Autism services, but Autism doesn't affect relationships of the Autistic persons parents. This is a classic tactic of Autism Speaks, they tell people that Autism ruins families and relationships in order to frame Autism as something terrible so that people give them more money - please don't listen to anti-Autism rhetoric from… Read More
Some groups like Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now are using their research to develop a cure for Autism. However, there is no cure for Autism because it is not a disease.
There is no such thing as 'moderate autism'. A person is either autistic or they are not, how they are affected can vary but they cannot have 'moderate autism' as this is just not how autism works.
Autism is not an intellectual or a psychological problem. Autism is a neurological difference.
no it did not cause autism, birth defects cause autism
Asperger is different from autism because people with Aspergers are less restricted with behavioral interactions than those with autism. Asperger's is a form of autism, but it is high-functioning and Aspergers is not as severe as actual autism is (Take it from me: I have aspergers and my younger brother has autism)
While all direct causes for autism are not completely known, there are some studies that indicate that parent with particular autism or autism-like symptomology can contibute to the likelihood that autism will surface in their children, thus establish a possible link to inheritability of autism or autism spectrum disorders. There are links to reelin gene mutations that also give rise to autism as well. So, the answer is, yes, it can be inherited.
Autism isn't a disease or a virus, thus there are no strains of autism. Autism is just autism, it was previously split up into Autism Spectrum Disorder (Classic Autism), Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS), childhood disintegrative disorder, and Rett Syndrome - now all are merged under the Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis.
Autism isn't located in the brain, autism is a type of brain. Autism is a neurological variation, we don't say that autism is in the brain in the same way that we don't say that African-American is in the skin.
he does have autism
Autism is not dangerous at all.
Autism effects the brain.
Yes, dogs can have autism.
No, Autism is not a disease and it cannot lad to disease. Autism is a difference in the brain, like different skin or eye colour it's a normal variation in human beings and it is not something that causes disease. Referring to Autism as a disease is highly offensive.
No, autism is rare and not contagious.
People with autism have the same lifespan as someone without autism. Remember autism is not a life threatening disease like cancer.
Autism does have a strong genetic basis, but it is unclear if autism comes from rare gene mutations.
Children do not 'get' autism - they are born autistic. No one knows what causes autism.