NJ Family Magazine recently posted an article titled “Does Your Child Have Autism” which discusses some of the early signs of autism you should be on the look out for in your child.
Michael Rosanoff, Director of public health research for Autism Speaks said in an interview with the magazine, “The earliest signs can sometimes start before one year of age. The lack of joyful expressions and eye contact can be among the earliest signs. As children get older and you expect them to become more social, the lack of language or social interaction can be red flags.”
You can read more of this story at NJ Family Magazine here.