What are the fundamental differences between autism and attention deficit disorder?

What are the fundamental differences between autism and attention deficit disorder?

Thinking twice about ADHD and autism spectrum disorder

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answers (4)

Answer 1
November, 2020

Autism is a real-life disease in which a person behaves like a moron.

ADHD is a non-existent disease, invented by Americans to 1) add drugs to children and 2) disguise the problem (X-game) true parenting.

Answer 2
November, 2020

Let the doctors correct me, but, as far as I know, autism is an organic disease associated with deep brain damage, and ADD is more likely a consequence of external improper influence.

Answer 3
November, 2020

Autism is objectively a disease.
ADD is ... formally it is also a disease, but in fact it is "you can't tell your parents that they are sucking up raising a child, so we'll prescribe pills for him."

Answer 4
November, 2020

The fundamental difference between ASD and Human Deficiency Syndrome (ADHD) is the difficulty in communication and social communication. A child with ADHD has no particular difficulty in turning to another person and maintaining communication with him, there are no difficulties in the development of verbal and non-verbal communication. Difficulties mainly relate to the ability to regulate attention and to keep on performing a specific task. Research shows that there are many children who have an ASD with difficulty concentrating. According to some data, attention disorders and hyperactivity disorders are many times more common in children with ASD.

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