Autistic Support Groups

Autistic Support Groups

Autism affects millions of children and adults around the world on a daily basis.

According to the study conducted by Audrey Thurm, Ph.D. and Susan E. Swedo, MD, “Autism research is important for individuals currently affected with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as well as for those in whom the symptoms might be prevented. However, research on ASD is also important for understanding the larger class of neurodevelopmental disorders.”

It can often be a challenging condition because while many children and adults cannot cope with everyday life or indeed, everyday objects, some can. Autism doesn’t just have one level or one form, it has several and it can often be something which parents struggle to understand. However, in this modern world and with so many to cope with, government and support groups might need to help families and those in need the same way in this article wherein grant was given for foster care. What autistic support groups are available and where to find them?

After all, one person may not be enough, just as Laurie Ferguson, PsyD, wrote, “It takes a lot of courage to make the call to a psychologist.”