This study is conducted with major objective to investigate the role of major family related features in behavioral skills of autistic individuals. The study explored important family factors possibly influencing autism. Out of 114 institutions spread over the three clusters, using convenient sampling technique, two employees from each institution were chosen for the purpose of gathering data based on their availability. As a result, the quantitative study’s sample size was increased to 228 respondents using the questionnaire. A focus group of 5-7 members was made to collect qualitative data. The results of the study showed that there was significant effect of individual’s level of autism on behavioral factors affecting autism. The study found that if a family type in which the individual is currently living is changed then automatically it will bring change in effect of behavioral factors on autism. The recommendations of the study stated that autistic children must be treated according to their stage of autism. If the stage is high then the behavior of the child may be harsh and must be tolerated. The response must be polite in order to manage the situation.