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Strengths and Challenges in Children with Autism


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Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affect the children social communication and interaction such as deficits social emotional, nonverbal communication and development, maintaining or understanding relationships), and restrictive / stereotyped, repetitive patterns of behaviour, interest or activities. Purpose of this article is an overview of autism spectrum disorder, causes, diagnostic tools and strength and challenges of children with autism. In India, for diagnosis of autism “Indian Scale for Autism Assessment (ISAA)”, “Chandigarh Autism Screening Instrument (CASI)” and M-CHAT are used.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social and Communication
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Kuldeep
Research Scholar, Department of Education, Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra, Kurukshetra, Haryana, India

Abstract


Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affect the children social communication and interaction such as deficits social emotional, nonverbal communication and development, maintaining or understanding relationships), and restrictive / stereotyped, repetitive patterns of behaviour, interest or activities. Purpose of this article is an overview of autism spectrum disorder, causes, diagnostic tools and strength and challenges of children with autism. In India, for diagnosis of autism “Indian Scale for Autism Assessment (ISAA)”, “Chandigarh Autism Screening Instrument (CASI)” and M-CHAT are used.

Keywords


Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social and Communication

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