Kaylee was born on a beautiful summer day, born healthy and normal with an Apgar score of 9. Never once did the word “autism” cross my mind as a possibility for her. No one in my family had ever been diagnosed with autism before. Kaylee hit her developmental milestones on time, she was a happy baby who was social, loved music, and enjoyed reading books a few times a day with me. She used to love to share her food with me, and she loved it when I would say “How big is Kaylee?” and she would happily respond with her hands over her head “so big!”
At twelve months of age, Kaylee pulled my face to hers and gave me a big kiss. A few weeks later, Kaylee became an empty shell of herself. She no longer kissed me, or said “so big” anymore. She didn’t respond to her name, and she lost her speech altogether.
Early Signs of Autism Autism signs and symptoms are mostly noted. . . .
Can autism be cured? There is no cure for autism as such. But. . . .
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or autism generally starts before. . . .
The exact cause of autism is not well known till date. But researchers have. . . .
Diagnosis of Autism: How to diagnose autism in toddlers and. . . .
Definition of Autism Autism is a lifelong complex neurobehavioral condition. . . .