2. Sensory Challenges
generally children begin to speak or imitate the sounds of people they interact with when they turn about a time and a half old. In the case of children with autism, they develop language chops much latterly. They might speak with an abnormal tone of voice, with a strange meter, or repeat words and expressions over and over again, without intending to say commodity specific.
They’ve a hard time starting or maintaining a discussion. They do n’t understand some simple rulings or questions and take what’s said veritably literally. They warrant the capability to understand humor, irony, and affront