Neurodevelopmental Disorders characterized by communication, social, and behavior challenges. wide spectrum



  • Social Communication and Interaction:
    • Difficulty with back-and-forth conversation
    • Reduced sharing of interests or emotions
    • Challenges in understanding or responding to social cues like eye contact and facial expressions
    • Difficulties in developing and maintaining relationships
  • Repetitive Behaviours:
    • Repeating certain behaviors or having unusual behaviors
    • Overly focused interests, such as moving objects or parts of objects
    • A strong need for routine, order, and rituals
    • Sensitivity to sensory input such as light, sound, or touch
  • Behavioural
    • Strict time routine and orderliness and get upset when not met
    • hyperfocus on activities
    • particular about food
    • repeat a word / phrase
    • tics, repeated gestures, involuntary actions
    • eye contact
  • Social / Communication
    • difficulty understanding social cues
    • difficulty understanding non-verbal cues
    • difficulty regulating or understanding tone



Genetic Environmental


Eating Disorders Sleep Disorders

Risk Factors

Having a sibling with ASD Having certain genetic or chromosomal conditions, such as fragile X complications at birth age of parents during conception


lifelong no cure Therapy + Medication can help