According to Natural News, autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are terms used to describe a constellation of developmental brain disorders characterized by a spectrum of behavioral deficits including problems in social interaction, problems with communication both verbally and non-verbally, and repetitive, often harmful behaviors.
The DSM-V, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th Edition, has merged all distinct autism subtypes into one simplified diagnosis, ASD.
The mainstream media, Big Pharma and the CDC are desperately trying to convince the American public that there isn't an autism epidemic. Instead, the official cover-up explanation is that what we are actually seeing is an "increased awareness" of autism, not an epidemic.
In other words, no need to worry; autism has been with us all along at comparable rates; it was merely underdiagnosed.
How common is autism?
1 in 68 children have been diagnosed with autism (1 in 42 boys). Diagnosis of autism is becoming more prevalent. Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the U.S. Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to develop autism. There is no allopathic medical detection or cure for autism.
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Developer Roy Keating has spent a decade designing a new monitoring device that aids people on the autism spectrum in living an independent life. He developed some of the first artificial-intelligence-based software in the 1980s for Wall Street.
This program runs on motion sensors that are placed in the home and feed data through a software program to analyze and determine if daily tasks were performed. The project launched this summer is called “yrConnected” and will focus on the senior market.
He has begun to integrate the Picture Planner program developed by his brother Tom Keating, who is CEO of Cognitopia. Picture Planner is an electronic picture-based icon scheduler which helps others to remember to complete their tasks.
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