How to identify children with autism, these symptoms should be noted
Children with autism are significantly different from normal babies.
The following scenario describes the most obvious difference between a normal baby and a baby with autism, which can lead to a baby’s autism tendency.
Once you find that your baby is performing abnormally, be sure to seek medical attention as soon as possible and implement early intervention as soon as possible.
For children with autism, the sooner the earlier the intervention is, the better the effect is. Therefore, early identification of autism is very important.
As soon as I discovered autism, my baby would have more hope for normal life.
Social and Interpersonal Relationship Disorders Description 1 Normal baby: A baby who is less than half a year will look at the face of others, showing an expectation and a happy mood for the teasing and intimacy of others.
About half a year old, the baby begins to recognize, showing that he is unwilling to be separated from Mommy or a close guardian. If a stranger is close, he will cry or show obvious dissatisfaction.
Autistic baby: The baby will not look at the mother’s face, and no one will smile; when the mother feeds the baby, the body will not be close to the mother; when the mother reaches for the baby, she will not pose in a welcoming position, and the eyes will not face the hug.His people, who do not respond to the teasing and intimacy of others, do not care about the attachment behavior of parents who do not have normal babies, and when parents come or go.
Rarely crying, never sticking to people, usually more than a normal baby accidentally “squatting”.
Description 2 Normal baby: After the age of one, the baby always follows the parents or other close guardians like a small shadow, imitating their movements, and actively communicates with people with eyes, movements and simple words.
Adults will be comforted if they encounter difficulties or feel uncomfortable and have a bad mood.
Autistic baby: The baby has no attachment to his parents. He does not feel cringe when he gets along with strangers. He does not know how to communicate with others. If you encounter difficulties or feel uncomfortable, you may not be indifferent or know how to ask for help.
Description 3 Normal Baby: Two-year-old babies are full of energy around them. They are passionate about all kinds of fun games and activities. They are rich in content when playing toys and games, and they have learned to follow the rules of the game when playing with other children.
Autistic baby: The baby is indifferent to everything that happens around, likes to be alone, does not play with children; does not know how to play with toys, does not follow the rules of the game, just plays in his own unique way, for some objects that are not toysVery obsessed, especially like monotonous, repetitive movements, very sensitive to the position of the items, do not like any form of change.
If someone tries to change him, it will be very annoying.
Sometimes I want to communicate with children, but I don’t know how to communicate.
For example, you may suddenly run to shoot someone, hit someone or swear, and then leave if you have nothing to do.
His behavior seems meaningless.
Speech and communication barrier description 1 Normal baby: Before the baby understands the words, he already knows how to communicate with people by sound, movement, expression, etc. It is like being hungry, sleepy, uncomfortable, and will cry through differentSound to express your wishes.
The baby is happy and will be giggling.
Mothers who have been with the baby for a long time can judge the baby’s needs based on these differences.
When the baby is older, he can understand a lot of words and start to learn English.
Autistic Baby: Your baby’s understanding of language is difficult and there is no desire to communicate with others.
By the age of the school, there is still no one to learn to speak.
Description 2 Normal baby: Two or three years old baby has already said a lot, and knows how to use the language to communicate and communicate effectively with the surrounding people.
For some sentences that I have never heard before, I will be very interested and like to imitate.
Autistic baby: The baby’s language development is obviously slow, and there is often no response to other people’s questions.
Even talking, and not actively talking to people, but often say that some do not know where to learn, similar to reciting TV commercials and so on.
But presumably speaking, I don’t understand the true meaning of the language he speaks, and I don’t know how to use them in certain situations.
They often use inappropriate words, can’t distinguish between you and me, or repeat the same sentence repeatedly, the language is boring, and there is very little communication and communication, which makes people feel unintelligible.
Cognitive and Perceptual Disorder Description 1 Normal baby: The baby is full of curiosity about all new things, likes to keep asking questions, exploring, like to watch it, and loves toys more, can play a lot of tricks with toys, size, shape,Colors, seasons, etc. have a preliminary understanding, and have a certain understanding of the relationship between many concepts and concepts.
Autistic baby: The baby is not interested in games, toys, etc., but shows other special substitutions for other things, such as wheels, pots and pans, etc. The living habits are the same, some insist on sitting in a fixed position.Stick to the same chair, take a fixed route, play a fixed toy, and once his level is disrupted, he will be very annoyed.
The various concepts that are difficult to understand do not know how to combine freely and flexibly apply various concepts.
Most of them are mentally retarded, but some babies have extraordinary memories of numbers, dates, place names, routes, etc. They are very sensitive to music. They can quickly master the playing skills of pianos, keyboards and other musical instruments, and become so-called “idiot scholars” in the future.
Description 2 Normal baby: When the baby is very small, it will respond normally to sound, light, taste, pain and so on.
For example, if you hear your mother’s voice, you will turn your head and look for it; if you see a brightly colored item, you will follow your eyes.
Autistic Baby: Your baby’s perception of sound, light, taste, pain, etc. is easy to go to two extremes: either too sensitive or too dull, showing a special substitution for a certain feeling or a strong reaction to a certain feeling.
For example, some babies often walk back and forth, turn circles, repeatedly jump, swing their heads, and repeat the same movement without bothering; some babies are particularly sensitive to sound, and when they hear a certain sound, they will be very scared; some babies feel painful.Slow, often self-injury and so on.