Autism in Young Children

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects around one in every 100 children in the United Kingdom. It can present in many different ways, and impacts every child differently. So what indicators can you look out for when it comes to autism in young children? In very young children, the signs of autism can include: avoiding eye […]

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What is Autism in Adults?

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can cause many different symptoms, but is characterised by a difficulty in navigating social situations. At Bright Futures Care, we offer residential housing and specialised schooling opportunities to children and adults who have been diagnosed with autism. So what is autism in adults, and how do we help people with autism […]

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Home Care Help for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Although every child’s experiences and needs with autism spectrum disorder are different, there are generally a few helpful things to remember when it comes to helping them (and you) cope with home life. Structure and routines can reduce anxieties for individuals with Autism, but at a time when structure and routine is quickly changing, this […]

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Autism in Adult Females

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At Bright Futures Care, we offer residential housing and schooling opportunities to people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and learning disabilities. Autism can present in many different ways, and symptoms do sometimes depend on the gender of the person diagnosed. So how does autism in females differ from males? We have put together some differences […]

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