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Connect to Autism

Connect To Autism has a number of different ways you can contact an advisor for support and information. Advisors can be reached by email or over the phone and can speak a variety of languages. They are also available via an operator-assisted interpreter service, which is available in more than 160 languages. To contact an advisor, call 1300 308 699.

Autistic spectrum disorder

While there is no set cure for autism, there are many treatments that can help children with ASD learn and function better. Often, early intervention is the key to better results. These treatments may include behavioral therapy, communication skills training, and medicines that control symptoms. Many children with ASD are able to lead full, productive lives with the right treatment.

Early symptoms of autism can include delayed language and social development. Early diagnosis is crucial because interventions can help children improve their language, social, and behavioral skills. Children with autism may have a limited vocabulary and have difficulty expressing themselves. They may develop language skills at an uneven pace, or they may develop a large vocabulary for a particular topic but not for others.


There are several signs that indicate a child might have autism. These signs vary according to age, but they typically revolve around speech and language difficulties, inflexible behavior, and social deficits. Some children with autism display all or many of these signs, but others show a mixture of signs. It is best to seek a medical evaluation when you suspect your child may be suffering from autism.

Children with autism tend to be overly sensitive to certain sensory stimuli. For example, they may have a preoccupation with numbers, symbols, or certain fabrics. They may also be easily overwhelmed by information, which can be confusing and frightening. Other signs include an inability to tolerate sharp tastes and a preference for a bland diet.


Children with autism have trouble connecting with other people, and it can be difficult for them to make friends. They may not play group games or pretend with others, and may not share their interests or likes. They also may speak in an unusual voice, using an unusual pitch and rhythm, and they may be less likely to adapt to changes.

Symptoms of autism vary in severity. They can range from mild to severe, and are based on the child’s degree of social communication and insistence on repetition and similarity of surroundings and activities. Symptoms of autism can be subtle or more noticeable in some cases, and may not be immediately apparent.


Connect to Autism Treatment is a community-based program that helps individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related disorders manage behavioral and emotional symptoms. The program helps individuals learn and develop social skills through a variety of supervised activities. Its therapeutic model includes a number of family-based interventions that foster motivation, interest, and abilities.

One of the most effective approaches to treating autism is early intervention. This approach helps people with ASD gain new skills and strengthen their existing strengths. However, because autism affects different people differently, treatment plans are tailored to the individual and their family’s specific needs. Autism spectrum disorder treatments can be delivered in a variety of settings, including the home, school, or health care setting. It is important for all health care providers and families to communicate with each other to create the best possible treatment program.