Autism has been reported to be among the fastest-growing childhood conditions in the nation. It is a bewildering and mysterious developmental disorder. It is likewise reported that it affects one in every 166 children and more than one million individuals; a child is detected with autism every 21 minutes.

So the concern on a lot of moms and dads mind of newly-diagnosed children, "Is there a cure for autism?". Sadly, at this point in time there currently is no recognized cure for autism. However, we're discovering more beneficial ways to understand the condition and help individuals in dealing with the many symptoms of autism. A few of these signs can lessen as some children age and some symptoms have even been understood to disappear altogether. With appropriate intervention, numerous of the autism behaviors can be positively changed, even to the point that the child or grownup might appear to no longer have autism. However, the majority of individuals with autism, remain to demonstrate some signs of autism to some degree throughout their entire lives.



It was just a few generations ago that parents were informed by specialists that "There's nothing you can do for your child." Moms and dads frequently heard this desperate words after their children were detected with autism. Numerous of these children were sent out to an institution and never got back once more. However a lot has actually changed in those 2 generations. Over the generations we have concerned understand autism much better and as we discover more about this condition, a growing number of therapies will be offered for the autistic neighborhood.

Since there are numerous behavior mixes which can occur in autism it appears to affect different people in numerous ways. There seems to be nobody therapy that works in relieving the signs of autism, exactly what appears to work well with a single person might not work with another ... so it is difficult to predict how an individual with autism will establish over a life time.

I think that we are on the edge of a cure for autism, infact, the organization Cure Autism Now who has actually dedicated $35 million for research grants and clinical resources, states on their site that" We believe that a cure will be found for this generation of children with autism." That is a pretty effective statement and absolutely brings intend to us moms and dads who have children that have been identified with autism.