Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental lifelong disorder. It’s a spectrum of symptoms that affects people differently and to varying degrees.
The AAP recommends that all children should be screened for ASD at ages 18 to 24 months, along with regular developmental surveillance.
Children of all racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups are reported to have autism spectrum disorder.
Etiology of autism is still unknown, but early diagnosis and prompt support and services can change the quality of a child's life.
ASD can affect social communication, interpersonal relationships and social interaction.
According to CDC
Boys are affected 4 times more than girls.
Most common features of ASD
Other and less common features
For accurate diagnosis and individualized treatment plan schedule an appointment with Dr. Din.