No. Unfortunately, it is not. Being a caregiver of autistic children for last thirteen years, I can conclude that the behavioral patterns related to this disease could be modified with early intervention but the gross change is almost impossible. Autistic children suffer from sensory disintegration which acts like hell in their lives. With occupational and speech therapy, some of the aspects could be overcome, but in the long run…most or I can say many of them get repeated. Therapists and Psychologists often insist on early actions to help autistic persons to cope up with the society. It may help positively, but, seldom an autistic person can come out of his own world. There is always a hope in despair…some could be made independent in their daily activities with timely intervention.
I am not a professional writer and writing is not my way of earning bread.
Writing is a hobby, which helps me to release the internal emotions through words. I love to write on various topics to satisfy my thoughts.