In the present day, people across the globe undergo different health issues.
One of the most common health and psychological disorder or issue which we come across is Autism.
It can be defined as a serious developmental disorder to communicate and interact. Autism Spectrum Disorder impacts the nervous system and affects the overall cognitive, emotional, social and physical health of the affected human being.
The earlier symptoms of Autism include having difficulties in sharing emotions, sharing interests, issues with non-verbal communication such as trouble maintaining eye contact or reading body language, difficulties in maintaining relationships, restricted or repetitive behaviour.
Even though the exact cause of autism remains unknown, some suggested causes may be the low birth weight of the child, metabolic imbalance, history of viral infection or even genetic mutation.
The theme which the United Nation took this year was "INCLUSION IN THE WORKPLACE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN A POST -PANDEMIC WORLD".At the basic stage, a paediatrician can diagnose this issue and refer the case to a psychologist or psychiatrist, who can go into detail through some investigations like a test to detect the level.
It can be cured through various types of therapies.
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognized day that is observed on 2nd April every year. The main objective behind the celebration of this day is to raise awareness about people with Autistic spectrum disorders including Autism and Asperger Syndrome throughout the world. It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution.
The theme which the United Nation took this year was "Inclusion in the Workplace: Challenges And Opportunities In A Post -Pandemic World". Along with this, they also pledge to make the world a safer and secure place to live -in for all those who are affected by this disorder.
It even promises the acceptance of autistic people as any other normal being which will, in turn, be helpful in their quick recovery.