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Early behavioral signs predict seizures in autistic children, according to a new study 1. Previous work has shown that 5 to 46 percent of people with autism experience seizures. And autistic adults with epilepsy have, on average, less cognitive ability and weaker daily living skills than their autistic peers who do not have seizures 2. The new study shows that people with autism who begin having seizures during childhood show small but significant behavioral differences before they ever experience a seizure, compared with those who do not develop epilepsy. They score lower than their peers on measures of quality of life and adaptive behaviors, which include communication, daily living skills, socialization and motor skills. They score higher on a measure of hyperactivity.
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Executive Committee | UNC Autism Research Center
The COVID epidemic is causing stress for many families as we all seek to create new and supportive home routines, while wrestling with the challenges of staying physically and mentally healthy and productive. Especially vulnerable are children and young adults with autism, as they are not receiving the everyday services typically provided in their schools. A team of experts came together, fired by the realization that these children and young adults — along with their parents and caregivers — would need help. Many of us have years of experience helping families supporting individuals with autism.
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Since then, the community of individuals with ASD has steadily grown. By , 1 in children were diagnosed, and by , that statistic was 1 in Along with that growth came deeper awareness of the disorder and greater advocacy, more specialized services and research in everything from education to genetics. In the next 10 years, roughly , children with autism will enter adulthood, reports Autism Speaks, a national autism advocacy organization.
Objective: This paper describes the demographic profile of enrolled families and examines sociodemographic differences between children with autism spectrum disorder and children with other developmental problems or who are typically developing. Methods: This multi-site case-control study used health, education, and birth certificate records to identify and enroll children aged years into one of three groups: 1 cases children with autism spectrum disorder , 2 developmental delay or disorder controls, or 3 general population controls. Study group classification was based on sampling source, prior diagnoses, and study screening tests and developmental evaluations. The child's primary caregiver provided demographic characteristics through a telephone or occasionally face-to-face interview. Groups were compared using ANOVA, chi-squared test, or multinomial logistic regression as appropriate.