There is no known ‘cure’ for autism. This does not mean, however, that nothing can be done for a person with autism. This page has been written primarily for parents of newly diagnosed children, but will be of interest to anyone who wants to know about autism and possible ‘cures’. Parents of newly-diagnosed children, however, will often ask, ‘Is there a cure?’. There is currently no known ‘cure’ for autism. This does not mean that nothing can be done to help a person with autism.
Exams and Tests
A health care provider experienced in diagnosing and treating autism is usually needed to make the actual diagnosis. Because there is no physical test for Asperger syndrome, the diagnosis will often be based on very specific criteria from a certain medical handbook.
Most doctors look for a core group of behaviors to help them diagnose Asperger syndrome. These behaviors include:
- Abnormal eye contact
- Failure to turn when called by name
- Failure to use gestures to point or show
- Lack of interactive play
- Lack of interest in peers
Symptoms may be noticeable in the first few months of life. Problems should be obvious by age 3 years. Physical, emotional and mental tests are done to rule out other causes and look more closely for signs of this syndrome. The team that will see your child may include a psychologist, neurologist, psychiatrist, speech therapist and other professionals who are experts in diagnosing children with Asperger syndrome.
What is Aspergers Treatment Cure of Neuro Acupuncture Treatment?
Neuro acupuncture acts in the Brain of the aspergers syndrome kids. The neuro acupuncture will helps connect the brain cells and the brain’s neurons in a better manner so that they will get better corresponding control over the aspergers syndrome behavior, speech, alertness, awareness of happening around and better control over themselves.
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