10 Best Place For Autism LivingApr 4th, 2011 | By wownesia | Category: News
People with autism have limited ability to socialize, so need the support and understanding from the surrounding environment.
Awareness for the care of people with autism is still minimal but according to a survey at least there are 10 best places to stay the person with autism.
Surveys conducted science and the largest autism advocacy organization, Autism Speaks noted there are 10 best cities in America to the level of high concern to people with autism.
As reported by FoxNews, Sunday (03/04/2011) of 48 states there were 10 Americans surveyed who stated the best place for people with autism are:
1. New York City
2. Los Angeles
7. Northern New Jersey
8. Minneapolis/St. Paul
A total of 83 respondents who are autistic or parents of autistic children say though not maximum, but the cities are already trying to provide good facilities and services forpeople with autism.
Facilities are needed that include access, services and resources for people with autism, medical care, education for children with autism and the opportunity for parents that work to meet children who entered in the treatment of autism during recess office.
In addition to the best places, Autism Speaks also recorded the worst place to live for children with autism because of the big city gave a negative response to the needs of people with autism.
While big cities are considered able to provide facilities for people with autism. The worst city were:
Center for Disease Control and Prevention or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says autism has become a serious national health problem experienced by millions of people in the U.S.. CDC is assessing the need of attention and concern because until now the cause of autism and how to cure this disease has not been found.
“Our goal this survey to encourage a number of communities, policy makers and leaders about the need to act and make services and facilities for children with autism,” said Mark Roithmayr, leader of Autism Speaks.
Autism is not curable, but if detected early autism can be treated so the individual is able to communicate like normal people, although there are still signs of autism.
Some signs of autism can be detected ranging from newborns to five-year-old child. Early detection can reduce the mental burden and expedite the handling of autistic children. (detik.com)