2403 Main Drive, #5
Fayetteville, AR 72704

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POSSIBLE SIGNS OF AUTISM/AUTISTIC BEHAVIORS


Parents should consider seeking more information from an occupational therapist, physica therapistl, speech-language pathologist, and a (neuro) developmental specialist if your child is exhibiting these signs:


3 months:
- Does not smile at people
- Does not babble
- Has trouble moving one or both eyes in all directions
- Does not respond to loud music
- Does not pay attention to new faces
- Seems frightened by new faces or surroundings
- Experiences a dramatic loss of skills child once had


7 months:
- Head lags behind when body is pulled to sit
- Seems stiff with tight muscles, or floppy with flaccid muscles
- Reaches with one hand only
- Does not respond to sounds
- Does not turn head to find sounds
- Does not roll over
- Cannot sit up with help
- Does not babble
- Refuses to cuddle or show affection
- Experiences a dramatic loss of skills child once had



12 months:
- Does not crawl cannot stand when supported
- Says no single words
- Does not learn to use gestures (waving/shaking head)
- Shows no interest in games (peek a boo)
- Does not point to objects or pictures
- Experiences a dramatic loss of skills child once had


2 Years:
- Cannot walk (by 18 months)
- Walks on toes
- Does not use two word sentences
- Does not imitate actions or words
- Does not follow simple instructions
- Does not speak at least 15 words
- Experiences a dramatic loss of skills child once had


3 Years:
- Limited interest in toys
- Poor eye contact
- Frequent falling
- Little interest in other children
- Cannot communicate in short phrases
- No involvement in pretend play
- Persistent drooling
- Unclear speech
- Cannot build a tower of more than four blocks
- Experiences a dramatic loss of skills child once had






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