It is a complicated condition (a group of neurodevelopmental disorders) and a lifelong disability in which children have difficulty understanding what other people feel or think leading to problems of communication and behavior. While learning they have trouble and find it hard to express themselves with gestures or words. The cure for autism is not known. Children with Autism often suffer from cognitive impairment and appear to be living in their own world.

Despite having trouble communicating with such people, they are extremely good in math, art, or music because they have good skills in problem-solving and analyzing. Parents or teachers may remain unaware because not all children are showing signs of autism and there are few signs visible in those who do not actually have it. But an early diagnosis is essential, as a different approach is required to systematically and playfully improve the quality of life and nurture life skills.

Autism is a lifelong disability but there are many approaches that help to develop socially relevant skills and structure the physical environment needed to lead a healthy life and become social. Most people with autism in nature are visual thinkers and imaginative, and thus creative. They should be encouraged, and they should nurture their talents. They have different backgrounds, personalities, way of expressing themselves and sensitivity.


  • Delay in social or language development
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Lack of eye contact
  • High sensitivity to sounds, touches, smells
  • Not paying attention to people around or things pointed
  • Problems understanding gestures, facial expressions, tone of voice or speech
  • Lack of enthusiasm while talking or doing routine tasks
  • Repetitive behavior
  • Missing humor, Irony and sarcasm
  • Difficulty communicating needs or desires
  • Prefers playing alone and too attached to toys


  • Genetic mutations
  • Family history of autism
  • Low birth weight
  • Being born to older parents
  • Viral infections
  • Environmental toxins


7 Days

1 Chat/ Audio

(~ $14)

1 Video

(~ $22)

1 Session

Total: 45 Mins


28 Days

4 Chat/ Audio

(~ $50)

4 Video

(~ $83)

4 Sessions

Total: 180 Mins


56 Days

8 Chat/ Audio

(~ $97)

8 Video

(~ $154)

8 Sessions

Total: 360 Mins

A positive reinforcement helps children suffering from this disorder so they often feel happy and encouraged to praise or reward them for their behavior. Making them know what you specifically liked about their behavior is also essential. Figuring fun activities to educate them helps kids open up and connect with others. One should not be distracted by children's erratic behavior, or reaction to other circumstances. A highly organized plan or routine helps them get used to the world around them.

A bedtime schedule, meals, school, or therapy schedule helps them learn and act appropriately. Relating with children and understanding their needs is easier by learning their non-verbal signs, such as gestures, facial expressions or sounds. Parents play a crucial role in providing the emotional support that kids need to deal with autism. They fail to adequately express their feelings and emotions and thus struggle to maintain healthy bonds with people around them and are often a victim of bullying that impacts their self-worth. To relax and stay safe they need a safety zone at home and school. People need to bear in mind that they deserve respect whatever support they need.

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