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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects each child differently, but some common signs and symptoms may include:

  • Delayed or absent speech and language skills

  • Difficulty with social interaction and communication, such as making eye contact, responding to their name, or engaging in play with others

  • Repetitive behaviors or routines, such as lining up toys or repeating the same phrases or motions

  • Sensory sensitivities, such as being bothered by certain textures, sounds, or lights

  • Difficulty with transitions or changes in routine

  • Unusual interests or preoccupations

  • Delayed or atypical motor development, such as delayed crawling or walking, or unusual body movements

It is important to note that these signs and symptoms may be present to varying degrees and may not be apparent in every child with ASD. Some children may have difficulty with social interaction and communication but have typical language skills, while others may have delayed language skills but good social skills.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

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