4 warning signs that your child may got autistic
Expert Connie Kasara, Professor at the human and psychological development, recently revealed about 4 more indications suggest that the child may be suffering from autism. Professor Kasara talked about the need for early diagnosis of the child in order to be able to get as much assistance and support. Because autism often do not understand the symptoms, expert raised five questions to parents to help them to recognize the symptoms:
1. Does your baby responds when you call his name?
Baby Born usually turn his head toward the sound that calls his name. Born autism responds to the voice and not to his name when his parents call him. You may notice, for example, he’d respond when’re Turn on the TV but it will not respond when you call him. Often parents here may think that the baby is suffering from an imbalance in the hearing.
2. Does your little child interacts with you?
For example, When you look at game or a tree in the garden and pointed out to your child to join you and look you in the same direction, it will not do it. Often this is to communicate with young children that join to you to see the image, program, or for what purpose, but autistic child does not do.
3. Does your child imitate others?
Children usually see them imitate the movements of the face or change votes when Tsfiqin clapping and jumping when encouraging them to imitate you, and also imitate other children. Autistic children do so sparingly.
4. Does your baby responds to his feelings with others?
Births generally react with others, if you smile to them, responding you smile, and when a child sees another child crying , he is also showing signs of interest. But autistic child does not react with smiles and when asked to participate by playing may not seem like it indifference that he saw a child crying . It may not respond to the feelings of others.