My 10-month-old daughter has albinism and has been exhibiting behavior that I suspect may indicate ASD. She does not consistently respond to her name, she rocks back and forth when playing during the day, and she recently started hitting her head against objects, often during nighttime. She is not one to smile when smiled at but will laugh hysterically when thrown in the air or during peekaboo and other games she enjoys. However, she always smiles when mommy or daddy walks in the room and notices and immediately cries when one of us leaves the room. She makes eye contact and points with her index finger and just yesterday started clapping. She started babbling around six months and continues to say words like mama, dada, and gogo. She is extremely curious and will follow a toy in the direction it falls, but gets bored with the same toy after a few days. She is walking a few steps already and sleeps very well.
I am concerned that she may have autism and scared that if she loses all the development she is made into regressive autism.
What are the chances that with everything I have mentioned there may be a risk of regressive autism?
Please help, I cannot stop thinking about this.