The living environment has little stimulus for the child’s development in the first 24 months: mainly for children to watch television, advertising, music … instead of the attention and teaching of parents and families. – Certain chemicals, heavy metals can cause brain damage.
Preventing autism in children
Routine antenatal care can detect maternal illnesses and fetal abnormalities early and cause brain damage in the baby.
Improving the quality of infant first-aid at commune, district and provincial health facilities is the most positive measure to minimize the rate of brain damage.
Routine regular quarterly check-ups for healthy children, especially high-risk infants during the first 24 months of life, can detect developmental disorders including autism.
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