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This essay presents autism which is an incurable disease that affects 1.5 million Americans and whose symptoms last through the entire lifetime of a patient. It is a development disorder that appears in the first three years of life. Autism is classified as a neurobiological disorder.… From this discussion it is clear that people with autism have…
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Whether contracted in the early fetal development stage or inherited, autism is a disorder which affects cognitive brain functions thus impeding a person’s ability to communicate effectively. The disorder distorts not only how people perceive sensory information but how the brain processes it as well. … Though autism is incurable and usually results in social…
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Autism is a disorder that has not been so in Hong Kong publicized and there is minimal information about the condition and causes of its life long crippling impacts. This paper gives a detailed analysis of the concept of learning diversity, needs for autistic children, approaches for identification and evaluation assessment and intervention. … This paper…
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The following paper entitled "Autism" deals with this serious disease. It is mentioned here that autism is a behavioral disorder which has been a challenge to understand, diagnose and treat for many years. Notably, there is still no definite answer concerning the cause of autism. … Autism is a behavioral disorder which is a central nervous system disease.…
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Whether contracted in the early fetal development stage or inherited, autism is a disorder which affects cognitive brain functions thus impeding a person’s ability to communicate effectively. The disorder distorts not only how people perceive sensory information but how the… Some, with adequate and early therapy, are able to attend regular classes in school…
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Autism Name Institution Autism Introduction Autism is a general term of complex brain development disorders. Autism is characterized by different degrees and extent: by nonverbal and verbal communication, by difficulty in social interaction, and by repetitive behaviors.… This condition is associated with the difficulties in motor attention and coordination,…
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More than 90% of the causes of autism are related to genetics or heredity. Even though, medical science has advanced a lot, so far no effective… This paper specifically focuses on how biology impacts psychology and analyses the structure of the brain, neuron activities, synapses activities, activities of neurotransmitters etc in relation with autism. “Autism…
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The diagnostic and statistical manuals commonly referred as DSM-v is a tool that lists all the symptoms and has a criterion that is being used by health care professionals to diagnose n individual. DSM-v is the current tool that is for panic disorder. DSM- v identifies the… for changing the term and using the umbrella in diagnosing autism in children is…
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The disorder itself falls along a spectrum of severity, with the least severe form – Asperger’s Disorder – occurring in highly functional adults. Still, more severe forms of autism are… Generally individuals afflicted with this neurological condition have difficulty in social interaction and communication. Repetitive and obsessive behavior frequently occurs,…
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Client’s Name: Course: 24 November 2013 Abstract Autism refers to a development disorder that interferes with the ability of children to communicate and relate with people effectively (PubMed Health, 2012). It interferes with the normal development of the brain thus affecting interactions and communication.… In many children, autism develops before the age of…
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Autism Your name Institutional affiliations Introduction Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder which is defined by the impairments in communication and social growth, being adjunct with stereotyped prototype of interest. Along with insidious developmental abnormality, the specified autism is classified as the pervasive developmental abnormality within the DSM-IV of the APA (American Psychiatric Association).…
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For this project, you will identify several types of research articles related to a specific topic in your area of study within the School of Health Science (your degree program). You may use some of the articles from the… No info needed. Trends refer to events that re-occur or are in the process of changing. For example the topic might be talked about…
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Autism is currently understood to be a neurodevelopmental disorder that causes difficulties in social interaction, language development as well as the understanding of symbols. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders lists this as a development disorder under… st provided by the DSM-IV is quite comprehensive since the primary symptoms include…
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This study was investigating the presence of “maladaptive behaviors” seen in young children with autism,as reported by their parents.The researchers used the CBCL,“a caregiver-completed paper and pencil measure of maladaptive behaviour”,in order to measure these behaviors… This study was investigating the presence of “maladaptive behaviors” seen in young…
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First, unlike a number of other developmental disorders such as mental retardation, deafness, blindness, and many others, autism does not have any apparent biological reason.… It is because of these reasons that autism has been deemed as one of the most complex and difficult developmental disorders with which families might have to deal with and family members…
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The author recognizes that detection of symptoms that depict autism cannot be done until a child develops to be able to perform minimal activities.… The trend has also caused increased autistic cases since the last century. The book also dwells on understanding the causing factors and symptoms of the disease. However, the author does not provide a particular…
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Exploring Autism With the growing resources unearthed about various human illnesses and disorders, more and more research has been conducted to find more about developmental disorders that besiege children today. One developmental disorder that has captured the interest and attention of parents, educators and other professionals concerned with the well-being of children, is Autism.…
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Autism is a developmental disability based on neurology, which affects the victim’s communication, decision making and socialization skills seriously. This part of the paper is an overview of the interview questions directed to two autism patients named James and Joyce. James… They all have the same social, developmental, sensory and mental issues, together…
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First, unlike a number of other developmental disorders such as mental retardation, deafness, blindness, and many others, autism does not have any apparent biological reason. … It is because of these reasons that autism has been deemed as one of the most complex and difficult developmental disorders with which families might have to deal with and family…
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Interventions in the Treatment of Autism Introduction Autism is defined as a developmental disorder which adversely affects verbal and nonverbal communication, causing a detrimental influence on social interaction, on educational performance, and in relating to other people.… Autism is not one specific condition, but refers to a group of disorders with…
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With the growing resources unearthed about various human illnesses and disorders, more and more research has been conducted to find more about developmental disorders that besiege children today. One developmental disorder that has captured the interest and attention of parents,… This estimate have risen in recent years due to more awareness about Autism.…
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Name: Title: Course: Tutor: Date: Parents Play an Important Role in Managing Autistic Children Abstract Having an autistic child could be a great challenge to most parents, especially if the parent lacks adequate skills in handling the child. The behaviors exhibited by such children could cause the parents to worry and probably fail to provide the appropriate care.…
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“In conclusion, findings from this study highlight the need to include behavioural management strategies in any comprehensive intervention programme for young children with AD. This appears particularly true for young children with AD who have low non-verbal cognitive… leted paper and pencil measure of maladaptive behaviour”, in order to measure these…
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The essay "Autism" focuses on the issue of self-management interventions designed to improve skills and behavior of students with autism disorder. The topic of self-management in schools has been in the center of researchers for decades, which leaves no space for a doubt concerning its benefits.… Examination of articles enabled to include 29 studies into the…
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