Autistic Spectrum Disorders

The group of complex neurodevelopmental diseases known as autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) affects how a person communicates, engages with others, and perceives the outside environment. 


People with ASDs are characterized by deficits in social interaction and social communication, unusual or repetitive behaviors, and by restricted and repetitive patterns of interests and activities. The causes of the disorder are complicated and understudied but researchers largely concur that a mix of genetic and environmental variables may be responsible for ASD.

The symptoms of ASDs vary greatly from one person to another. Some people have many ASDs at once; others have just one disorder.

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are diagnosed when a child or adult has some or all of the following signs and symptoms:

  • Social difficulties – may include making minimal or irregular eye contact, trying to glance away or not pay attention when others are speaking, refusing to acknowledge or taking too long to acknowledge one’s name or other verbal requests for attention, and rarely expressing interest in, feeling for, or enjoying things or activities, allowing others a chance to answer, exhibiting gestures, motions, and facial expressions that are inconsistent with what is being spoken, having an odd vocal tone that could come off as a song, or flat and robotic.
  • Repetitive behaviors may include being easily offended by small deviations in a routine and finding it difficult to adjust, having a long-lasting fascination with a particular subject, such as figures, facts, or data, and exhibiting excessive self-interests, such as moving objects or item components, having sleep issues and irritability, having strange or recurring actions such as repeating phrases or words, biting, rocking, spinning, etc.

    At Real Care Health Services, we provide the right care and resources that can lessen individuals’ challenges while assisting them in developing new skills and leveraging their strengths. There is no one best treatment for ASD because people with ASD may experience a variety of problems. That is why our carers collaborate with a qualified healthcare professional – the expert in behavioral, psychological, instructional, and skill-building programs – to find the combination of ideal treatment and assistance for you. 

    The home care and services we offer are intensely organized. It helps people with autism maintain healthy relationships, build social competence, and offer a stable routine and structure, all while giving family members a break from their responsibilities as carers.