බබාට ඔටිසම් බන්

ela charlie

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    තෙරුවන් සරණින් බබාට නිදුක් නීරෝගී සුවපත් භාවය ලැබේවා !!!
     
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    LalaJ

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    Hope you and you family will gain all the strength and good luck.

    Good things will happen. Good luck!
     
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    Mad Weera

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    මේ ගෘප් එකට ජොයින් වෙන්න.මේකේ ඉන්නේ ඔටිසම් තියෙන ළමයින්ගේ අම්මලා,තාත්තලා.ගොඩක් අය එයාලගේ ජර්නි එක ගැන විස්තර දාලා තියෙනවා.ඔයාගෙත් තියෙන ප්‍රශ්න දාලා උදව් ගන්න පුළුවන් වේවි.සතුටු වෙන්න මෙහෙම දැනගන්න පුළුවන් උන එක ගැන. හරි ගයිඩ් එක්ක ළමයව හොඳ තත්වෙකට ගන්න පුළුවන් වේවි.
    ඔටිසම් දරුවෙකු සමඟ ලෝකය දකිමු
     

    imhotep

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    බබාට ඔටිසම් 2nd ලෙවල් වගේ කිව බන්. ලංකාවේ හොද ඔටිසම් සම්බන්ද ඩොක්ටර්ස්ල කවුද බන් ඉන්නේ?
    FYI .....
    Copied from my earlier post in Apr 11, 2021

    Apr 11, 2021
    Autism does not have a cure and there isn't any one cap that fits all approach for treatment. However, in some children early symptoms of autism disappear as they become old.
    There is no single cause for it and these days it's considered as "Autisms"... and that's why it's called ASD or Autism Spectrum Disorder.

    In SL about one in every 93 kids are affected. Autism awareness is building up slowly and mostly it's not diagnosed in the early stages of life in many cases.

    One member mentioned above that his son suffers from 'mild autism". Though some practitioners still use this term but it's not the way autism is categorized. Back in the 80's there was "infantile autism" was considered to be severe disability. Then in the mid 90's "Asperger's syndrome" was added.
    Those with Asperger's syndrome were characterized as bright, verbal, and highly-functioning, while also showing some autistic behaviors.
    In 2013, the diagnostic criteria was revised with the publication of DSM-5 which changed to have just one diagnosis for all people with autism - Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
    So at present, a diagnosis of ASD includes a "level of support" from 1 to 3, with 3 describing people who need the most support.

    A lot of genetic studies were done from 2000 onwards to find what causes it. There are more than 100 genes identified but changes in just one gene can cause the problem. I can list a few of the important genes and the proteins that were identified but it's not useful for the average person.

    An experienced Paediatrician can identify ASD and there are standard ways of doing this, screening tools like M-CHAT-R/F (there are other questionnaires too) but these are NOT 100% accurate. I am not listing the early signs of the disorder here as it's not helpful to anybody and Professional advise is needed.

    If you check the Internet you will find this diet works, that method works - but all these might have worked on one case. That doesn't mean that it will work exactly on another. Also there are many frauds like miracle cures.

    A good source of information is the CDC's ASD home page.
    https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/index.html
     

    maxtalker

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    FYI .....
    Copied from my earlier post in Apr 11, 2021

    Apr 11, 2021
    Autism does not have a cure and there isn't any one cap that fits all approach for treatment. However, in some children early symptoms of autism disappear as they become old.
    There is no single cause for it and these days it's considered as "Autisms"... and that's why it's called ASD or Autism Spectrum Disorder.

    In SL about one in every 93 kids are affected. Autism awareness is building up slowly and mostly it's not diagnosed in the early stages of life in many cases.

    One member mentioned above that his son suffers from 'mild autism". Though some practitioners still use this term but it's not the way autism is categorized. Back in the 80's there was "infantile autism" was considered to be severe disability. Then in the mid 90's "Asperger's syndrome" was added.
    Those with Asperger's syndrome were characterized as bright, verbal, and highly-functioning, while also showing some autistic behaviors.
    In 2013, the diagnostic criteria was revised with the publication of DSM-5 which changed to have just one diagnosis for all people with autism - Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
    So at present, a diagnosis of ASD includes a "level of support" from 1 to 3, with 3 describing people who need the most support.

    A lot of genetic studies were done from 2000 onwards to find what causes it. There are more than 100 genes identified but changes in just one gene can cause the problem. I can list a few of the important genes and the proteins that were identified but it's not useful for the average person.

    An experienced Paediatrician can identify ASD and there are standard ways of doing this, screening tools like M-CHAT-R/F (there are other questionnaires too) but these are NOT 100% accurate. I am not listing the early signs of the disorder here as it's not helpful to anybody and Professional advise is needed.

    If you check the Internet you will find this diet works, that method works - but all these might have worked on one case. That doesn't mean that it will work exactly on another. Also there are many frauds like miracle cures.

    A good source of information is the CDC's ASD home page.
    https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/index.html
    මචං ස්ක්‍රීන් ටයිම් එකට බලපෑමක් ඇතිකරන්න පුලුවන්ද ?
     
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    McGayan

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    මචන් රාගම ආයති සෙන්ටර් (Ayati center) කියල තැනක් තියනවා. රජයේ ආයතනයක්. හොඳම staff එකක් (consultants +doctors + therapists ).
    දැන්මම call කරලා බලපන්.
    0115 960 050
     

    imhotep

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    මචං ස්ක්‍රීන් ටයිම් එකට බලපෑමක් ඇතිකරන්න පුලුවන්ද ?
    Yes. Screen time is not the cause of autism.. However, kids with autism may also have narrow interests, less interaction with others and hence tend to play games or watch TV.
    So this increased screen time interferes with a child’s ability to learn new skills and acquire the social skills necessary to play with others.

    Note that even though the screen time can hinder development, removing screen time altogether or reducing it can have adverse effects on the child's behaviour with autistic kids. So it's got to be carefully managed.
     

    Xbox 360

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    To be honest life will be far more different when u need to live with an autism child. Better do proper analysis. Autism samahara Aya katha ehema karanawa.
    Puluwannam oya Scandinavian country ekakata palayan. Hodama care ekak set wenawa ohoma lamainta.
    Mehe care Eka set unath wate pite ungen malama wathayak wenawane. Aduma inna peththa hari Maru karala hodama care ekak deepan.
    Godak dewal improve krganna puluwan therapies ekka. Oya gam Wala ammandi la kiyana ewanam ahanna yanna epa. Ragama ayati clinic Eka hodai kiyanawa. Try karala balapan.
     

    Brandy2020

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    Divulapitiya pette thenak thiyenawa....( near Mandakini wedding hall ) rehabilitation karana.

    don't worry, it can recover by big %

    ළමයි හදන්න ඉන්න අයට ඇඩ්වයිස් එකක්..... ඩව්න් සින්ඩ්‍රෝම් ටෙස්ට් එකක් තියෙනවා මාස 1.5-2 ( මතක නෑ) අතර කරන්න.VOG Dr. අජිත්ගෙන් වයිෆ්ට test කරගත්තා.