Both adults and children with autism are often subject to discrimination and stigmatization. Unmet medical needs, education and limited participation in daily life can all result. Research has shown that autism in boys is almost common between the ages of 6 and 15. World Autism Awareness Day is an international day of raising awareness about autism. It is observed every 2 April around the world. Autism organizations all over the globe celebrate the day to promote acceptance and support for those with ASD. Continue reading this article to find out more facts about autism.
By the time they reach three years old, most children have developed their cognitive skills. As they age, their thinking gets more complex and their speech and language skills improve. Preschoolers can understand cause and effect, solve problems, and predict the outcome. Children on the autism spectrum often have trouble with memory, attention, focus, transitions, and memory.
They have trouble managing their time, organization, time management, and time. ASD children are often delayed in their speech and language development. They are easily distracted and often unable to follow simple instructions. These children are also not able to make eye contact with their peers or use gestures to share their stories (joint attentive).
Control and Regulation in ASD
Three-year-olds usually know how to regulate their emotions. Children three years old can demonstrate empathy, emotional control, emotional control, and affection towards their friends. They also can display a variety of emotions. They are more independent, curious, able to adhere to the rules, and they become more independent. ASD children may take longer to master these skills.
Preschoolers with ASD have difficulty controlling their emotions, especially frustration. ASD preschoolers are known for their extreme behaviors like fear, aggression, and extreme shyness. Autism spectrum disorder preschoolers are often shy and withdrawn. They dislike being around children and don’t enjoy their company.