Let's Talk About Autism: Signs, Treatment & Family
Created by Dr Himani Khanna Updated on Jan 05, 2020
"All of us are a little different from each other. If we don't take Autism as a big hue and cry and as parents if we accept the fact that our child is developing a little differently and has different needs, it won't be difficult to bridge the gap. Only a therapy isn't enough, the whole family's participation is important for the child's development," says Dr Himani Khanna, Developmental Behavioural Paediatrician, Continue Kids. On the World Autism Awareness Day, recognised on April 2, we seek to raise awareness on ASD. You might have come across a child with Autism in your neighbourhood, or a child who gets distressed at a mall, and, you may have heard about Autism Spectrum Disorder. But what can you do take a step forward and celebrate the different but NOT less.
Special thanks to: Deepti Deshpande
| Oct 02, 2019
Try to keep her awake in day timw and all of the family sleep in time while lights to be switched of then it can help cz when a child feels activity happening around he/she will never sleep unless mom dad n other siblings r asleep too
| Aug 29, 2019
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| Apr 11, 2019
hi where u r going to treatment. ?
| Apr 04, 2019
| Apr 01, 2019
my child who is 5 years old now was under therapy since she was 2 1/2 years old. i could see good improvement in her. she goes to normal school. she has been prescribed cognicare syrup. how long that medicine can be given to her continuously? second doubt is, she is not sleeping properly. how can i improve her sleep quality?
| Apr 01, 2019