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  1. Skills, and estate planning. Prognosis There is no known cure. Most autistic, children ,can acquire language by age 5 or younger, though a few have developed
  2. Edition was released. Base also published a coloring book version for, children ,to do their own coloring. A television series was also created, based on the
  3. For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports approximately 9 per 1,000, children , in the United States are diagnosed with ASD. And tend to continue through
  4. Senate. He was an affectionate, though often absent, husband and father of four, children , After deftly opposing the expansion of slavery in the United States in his
  5. Formal ASD diagnosis was 5.7 years, far above recommendations, and that 27 % of, children ,remained undiagnosed at age 8 years. Although the symptoms of autism and ASD
  6. The MNS and the MNS theory does not explain the normal performance of autistic, children ,on imitation tasks that involve a goal or object. ASD-related patterns of low
  7. Not synchronized with the caregiver. In the second and third years, autistic, children , have less frequent and less diverse babbling, consonants,words, and word
  8. For example, magnetoencephalography studies have found evidence in autistic, children ,of delayed responses in the brain's processing of auditory signals. In the
  9. Percent. There was a dramatic increase in the fertility rate to seven to eight, children ,per mother. Therefore, by 1980,there was a very youthful population and a
  10. One 2008 US study found a 14 % average loss of annual income in families of, children ,with ASD, and a related study found that ASD is associated with higher
  11. In childhood. It is not known whether early overgrowth occurs in all autistic, children , It seems to be most prominent in brain areas underlying the development of
  12. And toe walking; Unusual eating behavior occurs in about three-quarters of, children ,with ASD, to the extent that it was formerly a diagnostic indicator.
  13. Given providers incentives to diagnose ASD, resulting in some over diagnosis of, children ,with uncertain symptoms. Conversely, the cost of screening and diagnosis and
  14. Liability and show some signs of autism. Several other conditions are common in, children ,with autism. And ASD is associated with several genetic disorders. *Mental
  15. Algeria Education is officially compulsory for, children ,between the ages of six and 15. Approximately 5 % of the adult population of
  16. Special education programs and behavior therapy early in life can help, children ,acquire self-care, social,and job skills, and often improve functioning and
  17. Intellectual performance of young children . The appropriateness of including, children ,with varying severity of autism spectrum disorders in the general education
  18. Disappears in children with higher mental development or less severe ASD. Older, children ,and adults with ASD perform worse on tests of face and emotion recognition.
  19. Autistic children display moderately less attachment security than non-autistic, children , although this difference disappears in children with higher mental development
  20. And a correlation between reduced MNS activity and severity of the syndrome in, children ,with ASD. However, individuals with autism also have abnormal brain activation
  21. In clinical environments to assess severity of autism based on observation of, children , A differential diagnosis for ASD at this stage might also consider mental
  22. Also occur; this does not appear to result in malnutrition. Although some, children ,with autism also have gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms, there is a lack of
  23. Equalization of Opportunity Bill. *Gerald and Ivy Stares are the two surviving, children ,of Jed Stares; together with their since-deceased brother Eric, they
  24. Deficits may prove to be more useful. Screening About half of parents of, children ,with ASD notice their child's unusual behaviors by age 18 months, and about
  25. There is a lack of published rigorous data to support the theory that autistic, children ,have more or different GI symptoms than usual; studies report conflicting
  26. Of and less conflict with the affected sibling than siblings of unaffected, children ,or those with Down syndrome; siblings of individuals with ASD have greater risk
  27. Development soon after conception. Just after birth, the brains of autistic, children ,tend to grow faster than usual, followed by normal or relatively slower growth
  28. To oneself and others. The theory of mind hypothesis is supported by autistic, children ,'s atypical responses to the Sally–Anne test for reasoning about others '
  29. Attempts to establish universal laws. For example, Boas studied immigrant, children ,to demonstrate that biological race was not immutable, and that human conduct
  30. And that executive function deficits have not been found in young autistic, children , A related theory—enhanced perceptual functioning—focuses more on the
  31. Child into home or school when behavioral treatment fails. More than half of US, children ,diagnosed with ASD are prescribed psychoactive drugs or anticonvulsant, with
  32. Of the pointed-at object, In a pair of studies, high-functioning autistic, children ,aged 8–15 performed equally well as, and adults better than, individually
  33. Make it unclear whether these findings can be generalized to recently diagnosed, children , Because of inadequate data, these numbers may underestimate ASD's true
  34. Autism is unclear. Some studies have reported diagnoses of autism in, children ,due to a loss of language or social skills, as opposed to a failure to make
  35. Of children ", and the Lincolns were not considered to be strict with their, children , Robert was the only child to live to adulthood. Edward died on February 1
  36. S new wife was the widow Sarah Bush Johnston, the mother of three of her own, children , Lincoln became very close to his stepmother, and referred to her as" Mother "
  37. Combinations; their gestures are less often integrated with words. Autistic, children ,are less likely to make requests or share experiences, and are more likely to
  38. And is well-established for improving intellectual performance of young, children , The appropriateness of including children with varying severity of autism
  39. And Edward Baker Lincoln (Eddie) in 1846. Lincoln" was remarkably fond of, children ,", and the Lincolns were not considered to be strict with their children .
  40. Younger, though a few have developed communication skills in later years. Most, children ,with autism lack social support, meaningful relationships, future employment
  41. And the relationship between GI problems and ASD is unclear. Parents of, children ,with ASD have higher levels of stress. Siblings of children with ASD report
  42. Loneliness compared to non-autistic peers, despite the common belief that, children ,with autism prefer to be alone. Making and maintaining friendships often proves
  43. Blindness syndromes or blind isms. Management The main goals when treating, children ,with autism are to lessen associated deficits and family distress, and to
  44. A 2004 British study of 68 adults who were diagnosed before 1980 as autistic, children ,with IQ above 50 found that 12 % achieved a high level of independence as
  45. With mental retardation is much weaker. *Anxiety disorders are common among, children ,with ASD; there are no firm data, but studies have reported prevalence ranging
  46. Unclear. Parents of children with ASD have higher levels of stress. Siblings of, children ,with ASD report greater admiration of and less conflict with the affected
  47. Security than non-autistic children , although this difference disappears in, children ,with higher mental development or less severe ASD. Older children and adults
  48. Is generally still impractical, it can be considered in some cases, such as, children ,with neurological symptoms and dysmorphic features. Diagnosis is
  49. And had been hitherto destroyed in useless sacrifices should serve the poor and, children , * Compare Altruism (ethics) – perception of altruism as self-sacrifice. *
  50. To express themselves, such as the deficiency to point at things. Most autistic, children ,display moderately less attachment security than non-autistic children

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