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Autism Spectrum Disorder Symptoms

Autism spectrum disorder symptoms include problems with social skills, repeated behaviors and routines, and development. Examples of autism spectrum disorder symptoms include not making eye contact, trouble understanding other people's feelings, speaking with a flat sounding voice, and sticking with one topic of converstation for too long. No two people will have the same autism spectrum disorder symptoms.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Symptoms: An Overview

As the name "autism spectrum disorder" suggests, autism spectrum disorders cover a wide range of behaviors and abilities. People who have autism spectrum disorders, like all people, differ greatly in the way they act and what they can do. No two people will have the same autism spectrum disorder symptoms. A symptom might be mild in one person and severe in another person.
 
Some examples of autism spectrum disorder symptoms include problems with:
 
  • Social skills
  • Speech, language, and communication
  • Repeated behaviors and routines
  • Development.
     

Autism Spectrum Disorder Symptoms: Social Skills

Autism spectrum disorders symptoms related to social skills can include:
 
  • Not making eye contact and wanting to be alone
  • Trouble understanding other people's feelings or talking about their own feelings
  • Not wanting to be held or cuddled, or only cuddling when they want to
  • Not noticing when other people try to talk to them
  • Being very interested in people, but not knowing how to talk, play, or relate to them.
  • Not interacting with others the way most people do, or not being interested in other people at all.
     
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