It is quite common for children who do not have autism to display one or two of the behaviors listed above, but if your youngster displays a number of these symptoms, a professional evaluation is your best course of action.
Be on the lookout for cords that are dangling down from a table or other higher surface and shorten them or put them in the different location so that a youngster won't be able to pull on them when trying to stand.
If you were to sit a youngster down and tell him or her that you are discussing issues related to safety, whether it is in the summer or for a different time of year, the child may be less than enthusiastic.
An alarm clock that is a little different can help a youngster get up on time, which saves you having to chase him out of bed, which in turn leads to a more relaxed and positive start to the morning.
Socialization (preparing the youngster to live as a member of a social group) implicit during most of the first two years of life, becomes clear as the child moves toward his or her third birthday.