Early Signs Of Autism - Something is Not Quite Right! Is This an Early Sign Your
Child is Autistic? © 2010
Early Signs Of Autism - Something is Not
Quite Right! Is This an Early Sign Your
Child is Autistic?
Written by: Autism Advisor
Early Signs Of Autism
That is only close to the first thing you think to yourself when you realize Times are not
heading as properties serves to when your child is not working at the likely circumstances for
someone this age. It is valuable to recognize all the firsts they should be working at and to
remember that all children are different and might do or not do their firsts at the same time.
In There are those cases the child's developmental milestones may be off by years. It is also
imperative to have your child checked out if you feel something is not quite right as the
earlier the diagnosis of autism the earlier your child's autism education can begin. This in turn
will lead to a better quality of life and increase their potential later in life. Early Signs Of
It is also important to note that just as developmental milestones differ from child to child,
autistic children s characteristics differ as well. This makes confirming a diagnosis for autism
very difficult, but there are certain characteristics that appear regularly. It begins with parents
noticing that something is not quite right with the child's behavior.
Maybe the child is not babbling or cooing before or at one year of age. It may be noted right
from birth such as, dislike of physical contact, staring into space or at objects for a long
period of time, or difficulty making eye contact. These are all early signs of autism. If by 16
months of age you have not heard one word or any communicating non-verbally, like waving
or pointing you know something ss not quite right.
You may have a child who meets all the milestones and is progressing nicely and suddenly
development will stop, and skills that have been learned will show signs of decline or delay.
Verbalization will stop, in some