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:: Volume 2, Issue 6 (Summer 2020) ::
Child Rights 2020, 2(6): 89-108 Back to browse issues page
Child Rights and Autism Spectrum (Fields and Plans)
Mahmoud Abbasi , Zahra Poursina , Meysam Kalhornia Golkar
Psychology and Member of the Board of Directors of the Sanjeshgaran Nasle Javan Company, Tehran, Iran.
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Autism spectrum disorder or Autism is a prominent contemporary psychological disorder. Patients depending on the severity of disease, suffer from functional impairment, in the areas of communication, social interaction and behavior, and generally behavioral imbalance caused serious problems for them in normal process of family and social life. The rising trend and tangible growth in the number of children affected in recent years, has sounded the need for targeted actions in the area of autism community health management. One of the most important areas that need to be addressed is the special support for children with autism based on the general principles of child rights and in accordance with the special situation of these children. At the moment, due to lack of health insurance coverage, inadequate diagnosis and rehabilitation facilities, ignoring the right to education and enjoy the conditions appropriate to the situation, necessity of establishing parent guidance and counseling system and support the living standards of children affected in their families and community, all has led serious challenges for those with autism and their families. Accordingly, the theoretical analysis of the principles of child rights with the importance of children with autism seems to be necessary to provide the infrastructure and requirements for securing the fundamental rights of these children especially in two areas of health and education in the domestic system.

Please cite this article as: Abbasi M, Poursina Z, Kalhornia Golkar M. Child Rights and Autism Spectrum (Fields and Plans). Child Rights J 2020; 2(6): 89-108.
Keywords: Autism, Child rights, fundamental rights, the right to health, the right to education
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2020/01/26 | Accepted: 2020/06/12
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