Healtcare Autism Disorder Treatment Market1

Autism Disorder Treatment Market - Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2018- 2026 Autism, scientifically referred as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a range of complex neurological disorders that is characterized by symptoms including challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, as well as issues with speech and non-verbal communication. These symptoms can vary from patient to patient suffering from the disease and thus, is known as autism spectrum disorder. The most obvious signs of autism tend to appear in an individual between 2-3 years of age. In certain cases, the disease can be diagnosed as early as 18 months. The cause of autism is yet unknown, however, researchers claim that both environmental factors and genetic changes play a pivotal role in incidence of the disorder. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, there is no standard treatment currently available for treatment of autism spectrum disorder, however, various therapies to increase the child’s ability to grow and learn new skills are available that include communication therapies, skill training as well as therapeutic medicines to control the symptoms of the disorder. Autism can be diagnosed usually by a multi-disciplinary diagnostic team that often include a speech and language therapist, a psychiatrist or psychologist, and a pediatrician. Download PDF Brochure Of This Research Report @ https://www.coherentmarketinsights.com/insight/request-pdf/1607 Market Dynamics Increasing incidence of mental health illness and neurological disorders is expected to propel growth of the autism disorder treatment market. According to the National Autistic Society 2016, around 700,000 people suffered from autism spectrum disorder in the U.K. which accounts for 1 in every 100 people suffering from the mental condition. On a global scale, ASD affects 1 per 160 children, according to the epidemiological data stated by the World Health Organization (WHO), in April 2017. The WHO also suggests that based on the epidemiological studies conducted over past 50 years, the rate of incidence of autism has witnessed an increase, globally.