For example, if a caretaker of a child thinks that a child likes to play alone may be used to run an incorrect diagnostic to a child who has Autism or one who does not have Autism. Therefore, practitioners should understand that diagnosis does not necessarily provide families, other professionals, and teachers with relevant information about what requirements do the children needs, or the ability the students to enable them teach them in the best way possible. However, they are also as important since they will provide them with information about the child thus providing people with disabilities, educators, families, and other researchers with a common framework or language and connecting people to funding, resources, and services (Kluth 2010, pg. 11). In this case, the main section the author reveals his thoughts and feelings about the diagnosis of Autism is by providing the different characteristics of children living with Autism. These characteristics describe some of the diagnostics outcomes that a practitioner can provide when diagnosing an individual. Some of these characteristics include sensory differences, leaning differences, movement differences, social differences, and interests and fascinations (Kluth 2010, pg.11). Movement difference is the first outcome diagnosis of individual likely to have Autism. In this case, it involves both atypical and excessive movement, and loss of typical movement. For example, this movement differences end to impede speech, postures, perceptions, actions, memories, and thoughts. In the diagnosis, that author outlines that a person suffering from Autism experiences these movement problems constantly, in addition, those people on the spectrum will also take many efforts even with the smallest tasks. Moreover, movement differences can result to difficulties in areas of movement such as combining, executing, starting, and stopping. On the other hand, auditory sensitivity is the other diagnostic result in people likely to have Autism. Some people will be disturbed by small sounds that others will not get to hear thus can cause a person in Autism has distress (Kluth 2010, pg. 11). Visual Sensitivity is also very common in people with autism, and they are sometimes very sensitive with certain types of colors. In this case, a person with autism may be suffering from being anxious and being fearful thus, the author reveals that visual sensitivity can be diagnosed on those individuals who have Autism (Kluth 2010, pg. 14). Sensory differences among people can be diagnosed as a personal suffering from Autism. One of the characteristics that individuals with autism can be diagnosed with thus; they cannot reveal signs of either a hypo or hyper-response. The other characteristic in this category is the sense that this group of people is vulnerable to for example, sensory overload due to the continued low-level bombardment (Kluth 2010, pg. 13). Lastly, social differences in various levels of the social life can help a practitioner diagnose a person suffering from autism. For example, people suffering from autism will not be interested in social relationships since they lack the necessary skills for successful social interactions, such as; they are bad in reading social signals (Kluth 2010, pg.