Here at Autism United, your support community, we are dedicated to bringing you quality information and support so you never feel alone again. Those that live with autism everyday know all about the importance of awareness and how the support behind many autistic resources is astounding. Even though Autism is not a treatable ailment, scientists across the world are doing research studies having amazing breakthroughs yearly. Autism United feels that finding an Autism treatment may not happen tomorrow, but we are optimistic that if we all join together and be united we may discover more information soon. Stand together with us and bring help and support to its brightest form.
What Can Autism United Do?
Here at Autism United we are dedicated to raising Awareness for Autism world wide. We work to help educate and bring information, research and specialist studies to one location giving you a highly researched, resourceful website for your support and information needs. While working hard, we also dedicate ourselves to speak out and reach others in need of assistance and help them be heard. Autism United will also work to stay on board with other Autism Awareness sites and resources reaching out and fundraising to help with research and those in need of some help. Please check back often to see our rapidly growing site that will hopefully become a recognized source for Autism help and support needs. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Autism, please feel free to contact Autism United and share your stories, information or just to say hello. We’d love to hear from you!
We’re Making A Difference In 2014
Autism help and support is so crucial to one day finding a cure to Autism. It is so important that the message is spread for the need to find treatments, cures, and possible prevention. Our mission is so important that there is a community set out for people to come together and help one another so no one has to feel lost, uncertain or alone in the dark. Join AutismUnited.org through out 2014 to continue to try to raise awareness and promote the need to treat after the diagnosis.
A Little About Autism
Autism is a disorder that is usually first diagnosed in the early years of life. There are several main signs and symptoms of Autism that involve communication, social interactions and repetitive behaviors. Studies have shown several different signs and symptoms with autistic children that tend to be the first signs of autism. These signs and symptoms include some of the following:
- Problems speaking with others
- Difficulty making eye contact during conversation
- Lining up of items before focusing on other tasks
- Repetitive use of sentences to calm themselves down
- Extensive body movement to express moods
- In some instances, inability to talk
Every person is different and may not show all signs or symptoms. This happens because autistic people have very different features and symptoms. Health care providers think of Autism as a “spectrum” disorder. Autism is becoming an easier diagnosis as more studies are done allowing family members to understand more about autism each year.