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What is autism?

Autism is a brain disorder

Autistic people have problems in psychic, social and motor area, but the appearance is usually nothing special to see. An autistic child hardly seeks contact with people in his environment (or does so in a strange way). He does not look at the other, or just for a moment and does not talk or barely. However, there are also exceptions, but it is often a deluge of words, not that something is actually said. Autistic children often have no sense of the world around themselves, or what others mean. Autisten have a great interest in certain subjects or objects and have great difficulty with changes (and therefore have a lot of need for regularity). When the regularity is broken, a huge cry or tantrum can arise. Autism occurs in about 5 out of 10,000 people, and related contact disorders are much more common.

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