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The pediatric patient's quality of life depends on not only the child's quality of health, but also individual, family, and social factors and the available health care. Physical health needs must be balanced with the psychosocial and psychological needs of the child, the individual patient, his or her family, and society. The aim of medicine is to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. In addition, various factors may affect the quality of life of the caregiver. Involvement by families in everyday life is relevant for the child's physical, social, learning, emotional, and psychological development, as well as family cost-effectiveness and satisfaction. Thus, the lives of patients with autism are as real and as important as the lives of other patients.
Paradoxically, quality of life is a term that implies a lack of quality. Thus, quality of life concerns the individual, the caregiver, and society. Thus, assessment may involve questions the caregiver might ask about his or her situation, a patient's capacity for self-sufficiency, and the quality of services provided to and by society. In the context of autism, quality of life and well-being  should include and be linked to issues such as self-determination, cognitive disability, social and emotional disability, use of multiple strategies to facilitate communication and social skills, level of function, and compliance with treatment
In addition to a cognitive impairment, autism is accompanied by a lack of verbal communication and social rapport. In addition, patients with autism do not demonstrate the same level of self-determination as do other persons. Therefore, they often reject medical treatment. Thus, the quality of life of individuals with autism is related to their independence and self-determination. When comparing the quality of life in individuals with autism and other patients, it is necessary to consider the abilities of autism patients to verbalize their dissatisfaction and to involve their families in decision-making processes and medical treatment. This requires working with patients or families to ensure that there is a dialogue and a \"win-win\" solution to problems. For example, frequently autism patients resist medical treatment because they cannot experience it. Thus, they may reject treatments that are useful to them. However, they may develop seizures from medications that may be beneficial. 7211a4ac4a