Bilingualism might improve symptoms of Autism
Bilingualism helps children with Autism

Autism is a common neurological disorder in which children find it difficult to shift between different tasks since they have impaired executive functioning. However, researchers from McGill University has found that autistic children who are bilingual were able to perform better on set-shifting task in a laboratory setting. This is a critical piece of new evidence especially for families with autistic children since they are usually advised that exposing their children to more than one language might worsen the child’s language difficulties.

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Scientific publication: onlinelibrary.wiley.com