Indicators of Autism in Infancy

According to an article published in the ASHA Wire, some babies as young as nine months are said to demonstrate early indicators of Autism. Researchers through a UC Davis Health Study reported that a baby’s atypical visual habits can be indications of being on the Autism Spectrum. Some of these atypical visual habits include looking out the corners of eyes, holding objects close to one’s face, or staring at objects greater than 10 seconds in duration. This study (published in December 2021) was one of the first to acknowledge Baclofen online indicators of Autism appearing as early as nine months of age. The study’s authors suggest that acknowledging and seeking recommendations given any observed unusual visual behaviors in infancy may be a valuable addition to early screening and diagnostics for Autism.

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