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Understanding Autism Level 3 part of the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), indicates significant challenges in social interactions and communication, along with repetitive behaviors. Individuals may struggle with understanding non-verbal cues, maintaining friendships, and expressing emotions. They might exhibit intense focus on specific interests or routines. Support for daily activities and specialized interventions are often necessary. Despite these challenges, individuals with level 3 autism can lead fulfilling lives with appropriate accommodations and understanding from their communities. Embracing neurodiversity and providing tailored support is crucial in fostering inclusion and maximizing the potential of individuals with level 3 autism.

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