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Recently, several scientific experiments and researches have elaborated the scope of treating children with autism more effectively. The paper aims at reflecting over those current treatment methods that would help a child with autism to lead a normal life.
Autism, being a nervous system disorder, more frequently observed among children, leads the affected to certain behavioral abnormalities among which isolation and problems to communicate with the society are most conspicuous traits. The scientific observation of the disease have revealed the fact that despite a child remains physically perfect but since his/her childhood certain signs of behavioral abnormality become explicit, such as “qualitative impairment in reciprocal social interaction”, including poor personal relationship, lack of eyes gaze and physical gestures, “impairment in verbal and nonverbal communication,” which is indicated from lack of spontaneous reaction, perception of language or participation in a communication process, “restricted repertoire of activities and interests,” which involves repeated physical movements (Frith, p.9). A child suffering from this problem is under need of strict and caring supervision. However, unfortunately, lack knowledge and proper education among people leads them to believe that children with behavioral traits generated from autism are actually evil embodied as the signs of this disease, such as, social isolation, bad personal relationship and lack of communication are traditionally considered as indications of devilish possession. Naturally, children with autism become subjects of harsh treatment from people around them and ultimately the entire situation is worsened for victims of this disease.
In addition to this factor, situation for children with autistic problem becomes even more complicated because the biblical doctrine of Original Sin suggests children are considered to possess huge
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