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Asperger Syndrome
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Asperger syndrome is under the categorization of Autism Spectrum Disorder or Pervasive Developmental Disorder. The brain functioning of an Asperger syndrome individual… Treatment approaches are primarily for improvement, rehabilitation and education on appropriate social, vocational, and communication skills (Attwood, 2003). In this paper, the literature on…
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Asperger Syndrome
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A few years ago, the television program, Boston Legal, had a young lawyer named Jerry Epsenson, who was nicknamed “Hands” by another character, Denny Crane, because he always had his hands down at his sides. Epsenson never shook hands with people and he did not interact well with others. … Epsenson never shook hands with people and he did not interact well…
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Asperger syndrome
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Asperger Syndrome Name Institution Date Asperger syndrome Introduction Asperger syndrome abbreviated as AS is a condition under the Pervasive developmental disorder(PDD) umbrella that influences immense social interaction difficulties and non-verbal communication with those affected by the condition exhibiting repetitive behavioral patterns.… Ideally, it is…
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Aspergers syndrome (autism)
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Aspergers Syndrome (Autism) Some children feel a need for psychosocial special needs and training in compared to their peers. Term “children with special needs” includes children with autism, autistic spectrum disease, pandemic developmental deformity (PDD), unclassified pandemic developmental deformity (PDDNOS), multiple-system development deformities, mental deficiency, brain (child) paralysis, down syndrome, speech defect, hypotonic, emotional integration disorders, attention deficiency disorders, chromosome-related or metabolic disorders affecting nervous system, disorders affecting children to communicate and learn (Greenspan, 2004).…
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Treatment for Autism
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Asperger syndrome is under the categorization of Autism Spectrum Disorder or Pervasive Developmental Disorder. The brain functioning of an Asperger syndrome individual… Treatment approaches are primarily for improvement, rehabilitation and education on appropriate social, vocational, and communication skills. This paper will discuss Asperger Syndrome in…
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Asperger's Syndrome
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[Author’s Name] Asperger Syndrome Introduction Asperger syndrome (AS) has received relatively little attention in American special education until recently. Not until 1994, did the disorder become a separate classification of developmental disorders in the American Psychiatric Association's Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) (Klin, McPartland, & Volkmar, 88).…
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Asperger's Syndrome
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This term paper describes the history and background of Asperger Syndrome, focuses also on defining of Asperger’s Syndrome, it's prevalence and potential causes. The researcher also observes the today's educational intervention of a syndrome and support issues.… This term paper explores the topic of Asperger's Syndrome and describes not only it's terminology…
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Treatment for Autism
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Running Head: TREATMENT FOR ASPERGER SYNDROME Treatment for Asperger Syndrome Name School Abstract In 1944, Asperger syndrome, a neuro-developmental disorder, was named after Austrian physician, Hans Asperger. Asperger syndrome is under the categorization of Autism Spectrum Disorder or Pervasive Developmental Disorder.… Because the cause is uncertain, there is…
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Asperger's Disorder Research Paper
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Asperger’s Disorder Date Abstract The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to write a short summary of the diagnosis of Asperger’s disorder; and (2) to provide understandingof psychodynamic, behavioral, biological, and interactional causes of behaviors related to Asperger’s disease.… 2). A child can be diagnosed with Asperger disorder as…
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Autistic Spectrum
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This paper shall discuss why is it difficult to identify children who are at the mild end of the autistic spectrum. Autism literally means living in terms of the self. To an observer, a child in a state of autism appears to be self-centered since he shows little response to the outside world.… Autism is usually detected in children, and it has some very unique…
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Asperger's Disorder
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Asperger’s Disorder Date Abstract This essay aims to define the Asperger’s disorder based on DSM-IV-TR diagnosis. The essay also aims to delineate psychodynamic factors as well as biological and interactional understandings, to list helpful resources from online and work system, and to identify available treatments used in Asperger’s disorder.… 93). It gained…
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Communication Struggles of Children with Autism
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Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a story of Christopher Boone, a fifteen-year old boy with Asperger Syndrome, a form of autism. In its depiction of the daily interactions and experiences of Christopher with the community where he resides.… “The Effects of Trainer-Implemented Enhanced Milieu Teaching on the Social Communication…
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Reflection paper on the book House Rules
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Identify and discuss at least 6 different scenerios that exemplify and relate to various characteristics of a person with Asperger syndrome. According to Mayo Clinic, Asperger Syndrome is a development disorder that affects a person’s ability to socialize and communicate effectively with each other.… First of all as a typical AS Jacob has a driving fascination…
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Mental Illness
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The case study of mental illness involves the child who was suffering from Asperger Disorder (AD) which is also a disorder known as Asperger syndrome. Asperger disorder is one of the autism spectrum disorders, which are characterized by repetitive behaviors and social interaction difficulties (Amaral, Dawson and Geschwind, 2011). … AD differs from other autism…
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Reflection on My Name Is Kahn
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But before I expound my answer, let me state why the question was significant not only in the film My Name is Khan but also in the bigger society in general. The question was about the marriage of Rizwan Khan and Mandira who… The conflict between Khan and Mandira’s marriage begun with the death of Mandira’s son Sam. Mandira was so disheartened by the death of…
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Tips to help a teacher support a child with Asperger's syndrome and social interaction difficulties
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The individuals with this type of disorder and any other related ones always exhibit significant deficiencies both in communication skills and social… Idea 1: Constant use of body movements such as gestures and facial expressions like eye gazing as a way of interaction between the teacher and the children. This will encounter the problem of marked impairment…
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Ill have to send you an attachment on how she wants it done there are questions she wants answered kind like a comparison between older version and newer version about child behavior but there are specific questions and two books one book is Dibs in searc
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Through the description of stories of how mothers and fathers took news of health problems in their children as presented by the two writers, there is every indication that mothers and fathers are two different people who have different sentiments and reactions towards their… n of her feeling, she decides that “My son would be picked up in a special school…
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Analyse and discuss
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The disorder is present mainly from childhood as informed from the video, but does not become strong until the ages of 10 in some cases and most cases during puberty. In this… It may be revealed through the patient wanting to associate more with the opposite gender and even their clothing and chores than their real gender. DSM-IV identified that these…
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A parental booklet/ Information for parents/carers - Autistic Spectrum disorder (ASD)
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Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) What is autism? Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are developmental disabilities that affect an individual’s communication capabilities, how they perceive the world around them and their behavioural performance.… These include: how the individual perceives the world; how they process information and…
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Aspergers Syndrome and High Functioning Autism
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Asperger's Syndrome (AS) and High Functioning Autism (HFA) are autistic spectrum disorders that share similar characteristics, and are classified as Pervasive Developmental Disorders. "Individuals with Asperger syndrome show a marked defect in social skills.… 3, Wilson, 2005, par. 4). In fact, the similarities between these disorders are so extensive that many…
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Asperger's Syndrome Term Paper
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The Biopsychology of the Neurological Disorders Asperger's Syndrome Author Institution Abstract Asperger’s syndrome refers to a pervasive developmental condition related to autism, and that manifests highly distinct characteristics. The disorder, which is part of the autistic spectrum, embodies aspects regarding social and communication skills.… The present…
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Language and Autism
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Autism is a neuropsychiatric disorder that lasts all through a person's lifetime. It is part of a group of disorders known as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It is characterized by significant deficits in communication and social interaction, as well as stereotyped and repetitive behaviors.… In 1908, Eugen Bleuler a Swiss psychiatrist coined the word "autism"…
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The joke is in you
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He has stated that apparent smile and laugh has deep meanings that must be understood in order to comprehend the person and situation as well. Sense of humor… Absence of humor in very early age is a warning sign of developing childhood disorders such as asperger, autism which lacks the age-appropriate sense of recognizing and understanding symbolism. The…
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Autism, demographics of the disease, diagnosis, and treatment
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AUTISM: DEMOGRAPHIC, DIAGNOSIS, & TREATMENT 1. Introduction An official definition of autism from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition (DSM-IV), a handbook of the American Psychological Association, states that autism is a ‘qualitative impairment in social interactions’ which means that it is a form of disability where an individual is not able to interact properly, or not being able “to form peer relationships”.…
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Inclusion Plan
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As documented in researches, the disabled population forms part of the society, making them to have an equal entitlement to social services such as education access in order for them to become better individuals and self reliant. Over the years, policy developers have focused… Many view this as a step towards the right direction as this has influenced the…
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