8. Motor Problems
Unusual, repeated activity is a common sign in autistic children. Such behaviors are often meaningless, which distinguishes them from other disorders. In terms of motor activity, frequently presenting actions include hand flapping and rolling. This may also include echolalia which is repetitive speech. However, these may be subtle. However, with ret syndrome autism, children have notable movement disorders in the form of poor coordination and anomalous gait.
These children are inspired by keys and panel boards and anything involving numbers or signs. As a result, they are remarkably gifted in maps and metrics. Applied behavior analysis, also known as ABA therapy, is now being used to control these behaviors with positive reinforcement. Inbloom services provide both diagnostic assistance and effective therapeutic interventions.