Discussion ListCategory: AutismIs it possible for an adult to develop autism?
Barbara Staff asked 2 months ago

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Kumar Staff answered 2 months ago

There is no official diagnosis called “late-onset autism.”  In fact, the DSM-5, which records and portrays all developmental and mental disorders, plainly expresses “The onset of the symptoms is in the early developmental period.”
Neither youngsters nor grown-ups can develop autism further down the road. Some of the time it might stay undetected and diagnosis comes late yet not the symptoms. In the event that you see a grown-up abruptly indicating comparative symptoms to ASD like correspondence issues or fixations and other behavioral anomalies, you should realize that individual is experiencing a psychological instability or other medical issues yet not a ASD. Autism is a developmental disorder. The brain is wired differently from birth. Either you have it or you do not. And it does not come out of blue.
 
Early-Onset Symptoms May Be Recognized Later in Life
Next, it’s essential to recognize a late acknowledgment of symptoms and late beginning of symptoms. According to the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria: “Symptoms must be present in the early developmental period (however may not turn out to be completely show until the point when social requests surpass restricted limits, or might be covered by learned systems in later life).”

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