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What is Autism ?

Autism is a complex mental developmental disability that affects an individual in the areas of social interaction and communication. Autism is a spectrum disorder that affects each individual differently and to varying degrees of severity.Autism tends to occur more frequently than expected among individuals who have certain medical conditions, including Fragile X syndrome, tuberous sclerosis, congenital rubella syndrome, & untreated phenylketonuria

Childhood Autism

Children born apparently normal, but then begin to deteriorate by age of 1 to 2

These children may have some speech developmental and social interactive regression, usually around 18 months of age.

The diagnosis of childhood autism must meet the specific DSM IV criteria and will therefore present with poor eye contact, pervasive ignoring, language delay, and other featuresbut today our scientist find the autism treatment in India.

As per definition, these children will have a severe impairment in speech, communication, or social interaction. Many of them will be completely non-verbal & “in their own world.”

A brief Flow Chart of causes Autism

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A brief Flow Chart of causes Autism Contd…….

 

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Can autism be reliably diagnosed before 36 months of age?

No biological markers so screening focus on behavior

Problems with eye contact

Joint attention

Pretend play

Imitation

Nonverbal communication

Delayed language development

Orienting to one’s name

Measurable by 18 months of age.

Current screening methods may make it difficult to identify children with milder variants of autism, those without mental retardation or language delay, such as verbal individuals with high-functioning autism and Asperger’s disorder, or older children, adolescents, and young adults.

Earliest Suspicion when CURE possible

Lack of acquisition of the following milestones within known accepted and established ranges is considered abnormal:

no babbling by 12 months

no gesturing (e.g., pointing, waving bye-bye) by 12 months

no single words by 16 months

no 2-word spontaneous (not just echolalic) phrases by 24 months
any loss of any language or social skills at any age

Diagnostic Tools we plan to use

Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (CHAT-23) for 18-month-old infants

Pictorial CHAT, to be filled in by parents

Childhood Autism Rating Scale (15 Point)

Form E2 of Autism Research Institute

Patient Rating Scales

Strategies for management/Treatment

Cerebral Hypoperfusion:

HBOT

Neuro-inflammation and GI Inflammation:

GFCF Diet and allergy/infection control

Neurotransmitter Abnormalities:

Micronutrient support & MB12

Mitochondrial Dysfunction:

HBOT & MB12

Immune Dysfunction:

HBOT

Oxidative Stress:

MB12, Selenium, Vit. A, C, E, Se, Glutahione

Autism Treatment

Counseling
Assessment and Diagnostic
Biomedical Therapy
ADLD Training
Assistive devices
Workshops for patients and parents
MB12 Treatment
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies
SCT Regenerative Medical Intervention (Experimental)