World Autism Awareness Day 2018: Girls with autism are more likely to social discrimination: World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) is being observed every year on 2nd April 2 which is come under the various comminities around the whole glob which set a goal to put a spotlight on the difficulties that people with autism faces every day in their life.
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is considered as a range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and non-verbal communication and also this one is very unique and different kind of problem or disease anyway.
The disease Autism is the result of the various combinations of genetic and environmental factors and the World Autism Awareness Day is the day which is being emphasized on the facts how people can get rid of this disease or can get to know plenty of stuff about the same.
The eleventh annual World Autism Awareness Day we celebrates on 2nd April on each year and on this year too the World Autism Awareness Day is being focused on the empowering women and girls with autism and involving them which can be the several shown on the several representative communities in policy and decision making to address these issues and challenges for the girls on this World Autism Awareness Day.
The preceding reports, shared by the United Nations General Assembly recommended that girls with disabilities are subject to an assortment of forms of discrimination and are less likely to complete their primary school even.
From education to employment, women with autism are more denied than the man in the various strata of our society.
At the same time as we all know girls actually experience physical, sexual, psychological and economic violence in the whole world, face up to with barricade to reproductive health services is also growing somehow at the alarming rate.
Hence, various WAAD activities, dynamic moderated discussions with experts and advocates may help face those challenges that women and girls with autism face in this context.
Other significant and imperative issues to be focused on and delivering limelight on the WAAD 2018 or the World Autism Awareness Day are, rights to marriage, family, and parenthood on a normal basis, as mentioned in Article 23 of the CRPD.
Though signs of autism can regularly be detected at a very young age and parents are recommended to start treatment as soon as possible so that this can give some better result to the patient anyway on the World Autism Awareness Day.
As per the doctors, children need social acceptance in order to help out reducing the impact of disorders and then children can face the challenges with some confidence.
After children diagnosed, with the autism it can give some multi-factorial approach with behavioural interventions, sensory stimulation, speech therapy, occupational therapy, that can be also being highlight on development of social skills, language, communication and daily skills, that are required by the people in order to deal with the disorder, Bijal Srivastava, a paediatrician at Dr LH Hiranandani Hospital advice the same regarding the disease autism on the World Autism Awareness Day.