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  10. <updated>2022-11-21T13:53:47Z</updated>
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  22. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Is Level 2 Autism High-functioning?]]></title>
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  27. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[There is a lot of debate surrounding the term &#8220;high-functioning&#8221; when it comes to autism. Some people believe that there is no such thing as high-functioning autism, while others believe that it is a real and distinct diagnosis. So, what is the truth? Is level 2 autism considered high-functioning? Let&#8217;s take a look at what [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  34. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Understanding The 3 Levels Of Autism Spectrum Disorder]]></title>
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  37. <updated>2022-11-21T13:47:49Z</updated>
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  39. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is nothing but a kind of developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior. There are three different levels of ASD, each with its own set of symptoms. The severity of these symptoms varies between mild to severe. The three levels of ASD are: 1. Level 1: Mild symptoms 2. Level 2: [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  46. <title type="html"><![CDATA[How To Help Autistic Child With Social Skills]]></title>
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  49. <updated>2022-11-10T17:01:49Z</updated>
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  51. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that can cause social, communication, and behavioral challenges. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to supporting someone with ASD, but there are some general things you can do to help an autistic child with social skills. Why Social Skills Matter for Autistic Children It is essential [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  58. <title type="html"><![CDATA[The Pros And Cons Of Living With Parents As An Autistic Adult]]></title>
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  61. <updated>2022-10-27T13:21:13Z</updated>
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  63. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[It’s a question that many young adults on the autism spectrum face: should I move out of my parents’ house? On the one hand, living at home can provide stability and support; on the other, it can be stifling and restrictive. There is no easy answer, and ultimately, it’s a decision that has to be [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  70. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Can You Avoid Having An Autistic Child?]]></title>
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  73. <updated>2022-09-25T17:13:41Z</updated>
  74. <published>2022-09-25T17:12:23Z</published>
  75. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Autism spectrum disorder, also known as ASD, is a developmental disability that can cause social problem, communication and behavioral challenges. It&#8217;s estimated that 1 in 59 children are diagnosed with ASD. While there is no known cure for ASD, there are treatments that can help lessen the symptoms and improve the quality of life for [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  82. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Understanding Autistic Meltdown In Adults]]></title>
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  85. <updated>2022-09-21T13:14:23Z</updated>
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  87. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Autistic meltdowns are a type of tantrum or outburst that often occurs in adults with autism. A meltdown is generally characterized by an intense and sudden burst of anger, frustration, or fear that lasts for a period of time. Autistic meltdowns can be really disruptive to both your personal and professional life. If you’re experiencing [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  94. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Why Autistic Child Avoid Eye Contact?]]></title>
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  97. <updated>2022-09-18T17:07:09Z</updated>
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  99. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Autism is a condition that affects social interaction and communication. One of the most common symptoms of autism is a child’s reluctance or inability to make eye contact with others. As a result, these children might miss out on important social cues and end up feeling isolated. In this article, we explore the reasons why [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  106. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Understanding the Difference Between Autism and Developmental Delay]]></title>
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  109. <updated>2022-09-05T14:08:45Z</updated>
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  111. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[When children don’t meet developmental milestones, or they lose skills they once had, parents may wonder if their child has autism. It’s important to know that there is a difference between autism and developmental delay. Differences between Autism and Developmental Delay There are many differences between autism and developmental delay, but one of the most [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  118. <title type="html"><![CDATA[Sleep Disorder In Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)]]></title>
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  121. <updated>2022-08-31T17:03:55Z</updated>
  122. <published>2022-08-31T17:03:55Z</published>
  123. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Autism spectrum disorder, also known as ASD, is a developmental disability that can cause social problem, communication and behavioral challenges. There are many different symptoms, and they can vary in severity. Some children with ASD do not speak at all, while others might speak but not be able to have a back-and-forth conversation. Some children [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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  130. <title type="html"><![CDATA[How To Use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy To Treat Children With Autism]]></title>
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  133. <updated>2022-08-26T16:55:54Z</updated>
  134. <published>2022-08-26T16:55:54Z</published>
  135. <category scheme="" term="autism" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy is a type of treatment that has been shown to be effective in treating autism spectrum disorder. ABA therapy focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as social skills, communication, and self-care. If you are a parent of a child with ASD, you may be considering ABA therapy as an option [&#8230;]]]></summary>
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