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Healthcare organisations have lined up a number of initiatives to raise awareness on autism throughout April as Qatar has set up several goals to provide the best care for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Besides, this year the day was marked as Autism Acceptance Day. The world was beginning to take note. In Australia, around three-quarters of all confirmed patients are male children, while in the United Kingdom, the ratio of boys to girls in the National Autistic Society's charity schools was at 5:1 in the year 2015.

"He's just like any other kid...for me it's been a blessing, Jacob has taught us a lot", Wale Elegbede, Jacob's father said. "Bengal is committed to building India's first autism township".

Through brain imaging, they discovered that brains of girls with autism have less disruption in the area in charge of processing social stimulus. There is no scientific evidence to support this. Contrary to what many might feel, there is not one type of autism, but in varying degrees and types, depending on the various genetic and environmental combinations.

According to her, once these treatments and trainings are done, it will be easier for the children to integrated into society.

You may have noticed a bit more blue Monday.

Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder.

Internationally, people recognized Autism Awareness Day by wearing blue clothing or putting up blue lights at their homes and businesses.

In some parts of Ghana, the condition is still attributed to witchcraft or a curse from the gods, with affected children and adults subjected to various forms of abuse and stereotyping.

According to the official, since the last World Autism Awareness Day, WISH has helped develop swimming sessions, horse riding sessions and football training for children with autism. They advocate "neurodiversity" and accepting people as they are.

Autism covers a broad range of symptoms and severity, which is why it is referred to as ASD, or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Others with more severe manifestations may be unable to speak, live on their own or manage their own needs by themselves. The blue illuminated Qutub Minar. The findings of the study reflect the hardships faced by parents of autistic children to ensure an "inclusive" education for their children. The developmental disability occurs in people of all races, ethnicities and socioeconomic groups. At two-years-old, he was diagnosed with autism. But most children are not diagnosed until five.

Good and early interventions can change the course of a child's life. "They will definitely help". Common symptoms include difficulty with communication, difficulty with social interactions, obsessive interests, and repetitive behaviours. It is a bit hard to handle special kids as each autistic child is different.

Along with the #LightItUpBlue global campaign, ACE will also be holding training programmes for special educators along with parent community of Delhi/NCR region, conducting sensory-friendly movie screenings for special needs families, flash mobs in public spaces, restaurant visits, radio shows for awareness and awareness campaigns and talks in corporate organisations, throughout April. Quacks abound and there is no shortage of people ready to profit from the troubles of others. They find pockets around the province where the prevalence is higher than the provincial average.

An estimated one in 68 people nationally is on the autism spectrum - in Kentucky, it's about 69,000 people. Even adjusting for inter-currency conversion rates, the fact remains that disability is expensive for the country. "It depends on each individual person". Pediatricians say recognizing the early signs of autism is crucial to a child's development.