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The nervous system of a young boy

julia rossi is the mother of a boy who has autism.

And she’s not alone.

In fact, more than 1 in 5 children with autism have an emotional disorder, according to the Autism Speaks Institute, an autism advocacy group.

The disorder can be diagnosed in the first or third year of life.

Some children have been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome or pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified, a condition that includes difficulty with social interactions, communication and communication skills, sensory integration, sensory processing, and speech.

The symptoms can include obsessive thoughts, repetitive behavior and difficulty with empathy, social interaction, and independence.

In some children, the disorder can cause developmental delays.

In others, it can cause the condition to worsen over time.

For most of the autistic population, the onset of the disorder is between the ages of 4 and 7.

That age is when most children first learn about the condition and its symptoms.

Children with autism often need to be hospitalized for long periods of time, because the disorder affects the nervous system, according a 2008 study by researchers at the University of Chicago and Northwestern University.

The child’s brain is not fully developed and its wiring changes with age.

And when the child becomes older, the nervous systems can be more damaged.

Some children have difficulty reading, seeing and hearing, and are often withdrawn.

These problems can cause problems with social interaction and language development, according the National Institutes of Health.

Children who have autism often have difficulties adjusting to the world.

They may have trouble following directions or adjusting to new situations, the National Institute of Mental Health said.

The emotional and social difficulties can lead to depression and anxiety.

Children who are diagnosed with autism can often feel alone and isolated, according this 2009 article by The Associated Press.

Some experts say that a diagnosis of autism can lead a child to develop anorexia, a behavior in which the child restricts or restricts food or drink to a particular person.

For children who have Aspergers syndrome, that may lead to severe self-injury, including cutting or burning the body, eating feces or urine, or urinating in the bathroom, according asperger.org.

The behavior can cause permanent damage to the nervous and nervous system.

Asperger syndrome can also cause the child to suffer from hyperactivity and aggression, and this behavior can lead the child into criminal activity, according experts.

People who have an autism disorder may feel more isolated and lonely, and may not feel that they are wanted, according Autism Speak Institute.

They may feel like they are not loved and not understood by others, said the National Alliance on Mental Illness.