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Autism book

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopment condition encompassing a wide variety of disorders, varying in severity and type. Diagnostic criteria typically include limited communication, repetitive and restrictive behaviors, difficulties in social interaction and sensory sensitivities which can affect daily occupational participation and development. The prevalence of ASD among children is approximately 1 in 110. Early intervention, especially those targeting learning, are crucial for children with a diagnosis or ASD-like symptoms (Roberts & Prior, 2006). Early intervention and treatment from the youngest possible age will assist in mitigating the impacts of the disorder and support positive behavioural changes and developmental growth

  • PRODUCT CODE: Autism Book
  • HARD COPY WEIGHT: 200.00 kg
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