In the age of social media, a common misconception is that autism is a mental disability or that there is a diagnosis that is a permanent medical condition.
It’s more accurate to say that autism spectrum disorder is a behavioral disorder.
While there are many different types of autism, there are five main categories that describe how people with autism interact with others and with the world.
These five categories can help you understand what autistic people are like and how they relate to each other.
If you are a child with autism, you can learn more about these and other autism-related disorders by visiting Autism Speaks.
If the information in this article applies to you, please read on.
If not, here are some resources to help you find the information you are looking for.
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If these are not available, the Autism Speak Autism Resource Center (ASRC) has a number of helpful resources for you.
You can also search the Autism Spectrum Disorders Network website to find other resources that may help you with your research.
This autism-specific resource contains information about autism and related disorders.
It is a resource for families with autistic children and is aimed at people with ASD who may have not been aware of autism.
The National Autism Center provides information about ASD.
If autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed and the child is receiving appropriate medical treatment, there is often no need for further evaluation or treatment.
If the child does have autism spectrum-related symptoms, this resource is for people who have not yet been diagnosed and who have been experiencing difficulty or disability, and is intended for families who have a child who is at high risk of autism spectrum or other behavioral disorders.
This is a helpful resource that helps you understand autism and the symptoms it can cause.
It will also help you decide what to do about your child with a disability.
It includes a resource to help parents understand how to care for their autistic child, and it is designed to assist children in identifying and meeting their special needs.
If your child is experiencing anxiety, you will find information about coping strategies.
This resource will help you and your family understand the mental health challenges of children with autism.
This autism-appropriate resource is intended to help your family and child in developing a more accurate understanding of autism and what to expect from a child’s autism life.
This resource includes information about children with a wide range of disabilities and autism spectrum conditions.
It provides information to parents, caregivers, teachers, and professionals in the field about children and autism and provides advice on how to best help children with these disorders.
This includes information on autism spectrum symptoms and how to help children to develop their strengths and learn to be a positive, confident and social person.
This Autism Resource Kit contains information on a wide variety of autism related disorders and offers resources to parents and other caregivers of children who have autism and to those with a child at risk of ASD.
This kit is also aimed at those parents and people with a student with autism who may not be aware of their condition or who are seeking treatment.
This book is a useful resource for parents who have children with special needs and for school teachers and other school staff who may want to know more about autism.
It contains information and resources to teach children about autism, the spectrum, and related conditions.
This article contains information that is aimed primarily at parents of children and adolescents who have difficulty understanding how their child is doing on the autism spectrum.
It describes specific symptoms of autism that can be experienced by parents and helps them understand how they can best help their child.
This guide is aimed specifically at parents who are dealing with a particular family member with autism spectrum condition or with other conditions that may be present.
It offers helpful information to help them manage the challenges of the condition, and to discuss strategies for managing and managing symptoms.
This includes information to assist parents in helping their child to understand how autism works and what is expected of them, and how the condition can be managed.
This chapter provides general information about the symptoms and disorders of autism as well as other conditions.
This is aimed toward parents, care providers, and others who may be interested in understanding how autism is related to a child, as well to parents of school-age children who may need special care.
This chapter is intended primarily for parents and teachers of children age 4-17.
This page is aimed solely at parents, children, and caregivers of school children.
It has information about school activities and activities that may include autism- related activities.
It also contains information to support teachers and parents in teaching and caring for children who are at risk for autism spectrum related disorders or who may experience difficulty in school.
This section of the Autism Resource Guide contains information for parents, school-aged children, school staff, and care providers.
This information includes information that can help parents manage symptoms of ASD, such as anxiety, impulsivity, or difficulty with social skills, and can help them identify and support autistic children with behavioral problems.