I consulted Welling Clinic for the treatment of autism of my only child when he was just 6 year old. Doctors here have a complete treatment protocol which involves homeopathy treatment, nutrition and diet advice and general counseling. Visiting here was the turning point for my child.The improvement started in 3 months and now he is under the dedicated treatment of Welling Clinic doctors for the last 5 years. And there is major improvement. – Sheetal Arora ( New Delhi )
What is Autism?
Every person with autism is different. All will have problems with communication and social skills but not in the same way. Autism is a spectrum disorder because it can cause mild problems, severe problems, or something in between.
Autism’s most-obvious signs tend to appear between 2 and 3 years of age. In some cases, it can be diagnosed as early as 18 months. Some developmental delays associated with autism can be identified and addressed even earlier. Autism Speaks urges parents with concerns to seek evaluation without delay, as early intervention can improve outcomes.
There is no known single cause of autism, but increased awareness and early diagnosis/intervention and access to appropriate services/supports lead to significantly improved outcomes. Some of the behaviors associated with autism include delayed learning of language; difficulty making eye contact or holding a conversation; difficulty with executive functioning, which relates to reasoning and planning; narrow, intense interests; poor motor skills’ and sensory sensitivities
It is called a “spectrum” disorder because people with ASD can have a range of symptoms. People with ASD might have problems talking with you, or they might not look you in the eye when you talk to them. They may also have restricted interests and repetitive behaviors. They may spend a lot of time putting things in order, or they may say the same sentence again and again. They may often seem to be in their “own world.”
Signs of Autism
Does your child have autism? He will have problems in the areas of communication, social skills, and behavior. He also might not like to eat different foods. Your child may also need help with fine and gross motor skills, like writing and running.
Your child may have trouble understanding, talking, reading, or writing. You might notice that he has stopped saying words that he used to say. Your child may have problems:
- Understanding and using gestures, like pointing or waving.
- Following directions.
- Understanding and using words.
- Having conversations.
- Learning to read or write. Some children with autism read early but do not understand what they read, called hyperlexia.
Your child also may do the following things:
- Repeat words he just heard or words he heard days or weeks earlier, called echolalia (pronounced ek-o-lay-lee-a).
- Sound robotic or talk in a singsong voice.
- Have tantrums instead of telling you what he wants.
Your child may have problems relating to other people. She may seem to be in her own world. It may be hard for her to
- focus with someone on the same object or event, called joint attention;
- play with others and share toys;
- understand how others feel; or
- make and keep friends.
Your child may
- have trouble changing from one activity to the next;
- flap his hands, rock, spin, or stare;
- get upset by certain sounds;
- like only a few foods; or
- have an interest in only a few things. He may talk about only one topic or keep staring at one toy.
Your child may only eat certain foods. She may not like anything lumpy or crunchy. Or, she may refuse to try new foods. She may do this to act out, or she may not like the feel of different textures in her mouth.
Autism is a lifelong problem. You may not know what caused it in your child. Some possible causes include the following:
- Genetic problems or syndromes.
- Severe infections that can cause brain damage. Examples are meningitis and encephalitis.
- Problems during pregnancy. Your child may have been exposed to an illness like rubella or to harmful chemicals.
The most popular belief is that, there is no cure for autism. You should get your child help when he is young. Your child may work with different professionals, such as a
- physical therapist;
- occupational therapist;
- developmental specialist;
- psychologist; and
- others, as needed.
Homeopathy Treatments for Autism
At Welling Clinics, we have studied autism for more than 15 years and developed a treatment protocol that can help in faster recovery and reversal of majority of symptoms. Its a long treatment and usually lasts for more than 4-5 years. But once the child visits Welling Clinic, we manage the child complete without any other intervention required. Any other therapist if needed, we get the consultations here at the clinic.
Best Homeopathy Medicine for Autism
The Homeopathy treatment doesn’t work in the similar way as the conventional treatment works. There are no specific Homeopathic medicines for autism. The treatment needs to be customized for every child and person of autism. The result of this process is faster and more long-lasting treatment outcome. The Homeopathic medicine for autism is selected according to the protocol developed by the research department of Welling Healthcare Private Limited. We have studied more than 20,000 people with autism and their journey towards recovery to provide fool-proof homeopathic medicines for Autism.