The families of Autism children needing psychological help, said the family should be familiar with autistic child behaviors, according to the Task Force on Education, Research and Rehabilitation of the Autism Supporters Charity Foundation in Guilin.
According to koodakpress، Parvaneh Hajipour, responsible for the training, research and rehabilitation of the Autism Supporters Charity Foundation in Guilan province, at the Alysis Autism Conferences Conference in the Guilan Hall of the University of Guilan, referring to the month of Farvardin as the month of informing Autism, said: families Those involved with this disorder must receive psychological help in addition to being fully familiar with the methods of treating childhood autism.
He said that the charity sponsored Autism in Gilan had begun its work from February 2009, adding that the Institute is working with various groups to support families involved in autism.
Hajti, a part of the rehabilitation of people with autism on the basis of society, said that with the launch of autism awareness booth on the pavement of Rasht’s cultural road, one hundred screening tests were carried out and three suspected cases were detected.
Psychologist Fatemeh Rabiee also stated that the screening of children between the ages of 2 and 5 years is free. He stated that, with the identification of cases of autism, treatment packages are provided to families.
He acknowledged autism as a new disease, and reminded: Fortunately, there is little education in the education sector and families can not learn how to deal with children with autism.
Dr Hossein Najmi, a faculty member at the University of Medical Sciences, pointed out the presence of millions of neurons in humans from fetal life to the end of life, saying that if these neurons were damaged for any reason, human nerves would be disturbed. To be
He noted that boys are four times more likely to be exposed to autism than girls: “It is important to pay close attention to the golden age of a child’s development, and at any time we notice a disorder in the movement and expression of the child’s words, Put on.