One of the most complex developmental disorders that exist, this one of a neurobiological nature, occurs from birth or in the first years of life and is mainly reflected in symptoms that range from difficulty in social interaction to the inability to communicate verbally and non-verbally with the environment around us.
Autism is part of a range of developmental disorders known as autism spectrum disorders and is made up of various levels of condition: just as one person may have mild symptoms, another may have more severe symptoms. There are also significant differences in the nature of symptoms and when they are likely to appear for the first time.
On the occasion of the commemoration of World Autism Awareness Day, on April 2, it is important to carry out information campaigns so that society understands what this disorder means, since in no case does this condition have to do with delay intellectual; There are even cases in which people with autism may have an above-average level of intelligence. The deficiency occurs in the mere sense of social adaptation, where they generally do not have the necessary skills to fit into a certain socio-cultural framework.
The truth is that this condition has no cure or treatment, on the contrary, the fact that more and more is known how it works will help you to understand through a health professional, how it works and what to do to improve the quality of life of autism and its subsequent family interaction.