Concienciación sobre el Autismo

Learn about autism and the reality of people with ASD


World Autism Awareness Day is celebrated each year on April 2 to raise public awareness about this disorder and draw attention to the needs and reality of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. What do you know about this disorder?

Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are a group of developmental disabilities that can cause serious, even chronic, problems with communication and social interaction, mental flexibility, and behavior.

How does autism manifest itself?

Autism symptoms vary widely from person to person, although all people with ASD process information in their brain differently than other people and develop at different rates in different areas.

ASD is characterized by:

  1. Clinically significant and persistent deficits in social communication:

-Problems with verbal and nonverbal communication used forsocial interaction

-Lack of social reciprocity

-Difficulties in developing and maintaining peer relationships appropriate to developmental level

  1. Stereotyped or repetitive motor movements or speech
  2. Unusual sensory behaviors
  3. Excessive adherence to routines or ritualized patterns and restricted interests

When does it appear?

Autism lasts throughout a person’s life, although symptoms and needs of people with autism change uponreaching adulthood.

Is there a cure for ASD?

There is currently no cure for this disorder. However,early diagnosis is crucial forcarrying out appropriate and personalized interventionsfor the individuals’ needs.

How many people are affected by it in Spain?

It is estimated that there is one case of ASD for every 150 births in Europe, so in Spain it is believed that this disorder affects about 45,000 people.

In addition, it is a disorder that affects males more often than females, with a ratio of 1 female for every 4 males diagnosed.

And what about in the United States?

Researchers do not know exactly how many people in the United States have ASD but it is estimated that 1in 68 children has been identified with ASD.

Research also shows that boys are four to five times more likely than girls to have it.

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3 thoughts on “Learn about autism and the reality of people with ASD

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    Paola Salas Saturday September 22nd, 2018 at 03:51 PM

    Buenos dias, mi nombre es Paola Salas,tengo un hijo de 4 añitos al cual le diagnosticaron TEA, fue un diagnóstico tardío debido a mi ignorancia sobre el tema y sumado a que familiares y su pediatra me decian q cada niño tiene un tiempo distinto de desarrollo y q cuando empezara el periodo escolar se iba a normalizar.. hice una consulta con un neuropediatra gracias a una amiga q estudia psicologia y noto q renia muchas ecolalias. Me inreresa mucho todo lo q informa esta pagina…siento q Dios me ha acercado a ustedes.Muchas gracias!!!! Saludos!

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      NeuronUP Monday September 24th, 2018 at 04:17 PM

      ¡Muchas gracias por tus palabra Paola!
      Nos alegra mucho saber que nuestro blog te resulta útil para conocer más sobre el Trastorno del Espectro Autista que sufre tu hijo. ¡Os mandamos mucho ánimo!
      ¡Pasa un buen día!

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    Luis Monday June 1st, 2020 at 11:33 PM

    Mil gracias. Me ha servido mucho su blog. Tengo un hijo de 5 años al parecer tiene asperger, por sus actitudes y la manera en que se expresa. Donde me recomiendan llevarlo? pues ya lo vio un pediatra. y un psicólogo. Pero no me dan un diagnostico que confirme el trastorno.
    gracias desde Costa Rica

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