An Autism Guide Ages 3- 4 *Free Resource*

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Autism is a developmental disability that affects how people process information. It is identified by a ‘triad of impairments: difficulties with social interaction, social communication, and imagination, and are often rigid in their thinking.

It is not clear why a person has Autism but there are links with abnormal brain developments (genetic factors) as well as possible environmental factors.
The signs of Autism usually start before the age of three and can cause delays or difficulties in many different skills that develop from infancy to adulthood. It affects an estimated 1 in 350 people; with 4 out of 5 being males.

Autistic Spectrum Disorder is like a spectrum of needs, where each person experiences Autism differently depending on where they fall on that spectrum.
A child will often display a combination of actions and traits which in time will lead to a diagnosis.

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Joanne Fisher

For Parents and carers of children ages 3-4 years old

*Free Resource*

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