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However, in both infantile and regressive autism, the child is autistic well before birth, and the difference is only in the onset of symptoms. High Functioning Autism: (HFA) occurs when individuals display symptoms of autism and are still able to function close to a normal level within society. Generally, the social difficulties created by their autism do not adversely impact their ability to interact with others...
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Generally, the social difficulties created by their autism do not adversely impact their ability to interact with others. People with HFA are sometimes articulate, intelligent, gifted, and are often excellent problem solvers. Low Functioning Autism (Classic Autism): people who make up the more severely affected end of the autism spectrum are known to have low functioning autism...
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