This course of study provides some hope in clarifying the nature of the syndrome and the way in which to find a workable treatment as for the time being, nothing has been found to directly confront the disorder. Pupils with autism are at risk for bullying during inclusion. Because they are integrated with students who may not have similar difficulties, they may be targeted because of their social limitations and treated with a lack of dignity or respect, or even become the victim of violence.
This essay makes a conclusion that it is estimated that approximately sixty per cent of children with autism will become dependent on their parents in all aspects of life despite these interventions. The use of eclectic programmes can be problematic because human nature will dictate that a teacher will use what is easiest and familiar rather than those time consuming, but more effective programmes that the teacher has yet to train to use. Autism is clearly a difficult and very individuated disorder in which the various manifestations of the disorder vary widely from child to child. Interventions clearly need to be individually designed, but that is a difficult prospect for the school system because of costs and available trained staff. The Lamb Report sums up the needs of the people in that accountability, individual attention, and the input of the parents need to be established in order to increase confidence in the educational care that the state is providing for children in all levels of education, but specifically in the post primary school level. ...Show more