The obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is in control. Like something out of a horror movie, it grips me from the shadows, and I can’t fight it. To give you an idea of how bad it is, I finished that last sentence, yelled, “See you next time!” and ...
The RAADS-R is designed to assist clinicians with the diagnosis of autistic adults who often “escape diagnosis” due to a subclinical level presentation.
Up to 80% of autistic children show differences in motor coordination, and autistic adults often continue to have challenges with motor control.
Here we explore the research on the cerebellum and its particular functioning in autism, and how this affects motor control and cognitive functions.