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    Back to School. Benjamin Smith. ASD includes all of those earlier diagnoses. Children with autism also often have sensory processing problems— unusual sensitivity to sounds, lights, textures or smells. They may be overwhelmed by too much sensory input, or be disturbed and uncomfortable because of a lack of sensory input, which they may try to get by bumping into things, and excessively touching and smelling things. Autism cannot be cured at the present time, but a structured educational program and tailored therapy have been shown to help children develop skills they are lacking and minimize behaviors that are problematic.

    Applied behavior analysis is a psychotherapeutic regimen that actively teaches and encourages desired social and communication behaviors that other children learn intuitively. As every child is different, other appropriate therapies may include occupational, physical, and speech-language. There is no medicine that can treat autism itself, but there are medications that target associated behaviors that create problems for children with autism and their families, such as sleep disturbance and violent tantrums.

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    101 Interesting Facts on Autistic Spectrum Disorder 101 Interesting Facts on Autistic Spectrum Disorder
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    101 Interesting Facts on Autistic Spectrum Disorder 101 Interesting Facts on Autistic Spectrum Disorder
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