Worries start creeping up when parents suspect out what actually the problem is. For some parents, it’s absolutely heartbreaking and for others, it’s actually a relief. For many more it’s a mixture of the two and the bridge between analysis and diagnosis is indeed very crucial. But catching it up early makes a huge difference. Sometimes you will find the gap of expected scenario and what the child can actually do.
It is developmental disorder that affects the people to cope up with the world. It is not an illness or disease and cannot be cured as well. It will affect them in different ways such as learning disabilities, communication problems or mental health issues and they need different level of support.
The child will not respond unless you add some interesting quotient with him. Maybe he becomes too frustrated just because he could not communicate .Using sign language or engaging him with colorful and attractive pictures will conversing with him will help the children to improve and overcome the shyness.
A moody runaway scene always!!
These children will do things over and over again. They often note small sound when others cannot. These symptoms could be very mild or severe. They don’t get along with the other children easily. For an instance if you wave him “hi” he will turn away from you even when you are looking at him instead of waving you back. They have trouble understanding what emotions are and what others think. They will prefer to be solitary preferring to play alone.
These kids have trouble in learning new things, memorizing lessons, and trouble to adapt a new environment.
Tremendous care should be given to these kids because they can’t be cured but treatment may help and will often require medical diagnosis.
Diagnosis with Speech therapy:
A delay in spoken language will be the most obvious indication when something is wrong. A speech therapist may help these people to assess them and will take into account about the child and communicate using carious visual methods such as numbers, symbols and picture systems.
At the end the children will have good vocabularies and will start developing extra skills and try to learn more in a great depth.
Some kids will have mild symptoms and will graduate from school to college and survive on their own. Many need some kind of help. But all will have bright futures when they have understanding families, friend, mentors, doctors, and therapists. This may seem like a daunting prospect, and there’s a temptation to ‘give them time’ to see if they catch up, but it really is a good idea to consult a pediatrician as soon as you can. The earlier you know, the sooner you can access support, which can make life easier for you and the future brighter for your son or daughter.