Over stimulation in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder may lead to self injurious behavior
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The disorder mainly affects socialization and communication. The main concern area in autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) children is Self-injurious behaviors (SIBs). SIBs occur more in ASD… It regularly happens in the form of head banging, face slapping, as well as hand biting. Such abnormal behavior is so clear and physically injurious that attracts special…
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Article Review Name: Institution:  Article Review The literature review investigates the current level of proof that support communication based treatments for young people with autism spectrum disorders. Investigations have made reports on investigations published throughout 2002.… The literature gives a foundation for empirical proof for treatment. The…
Autism and Autism spectrum disorder
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Autism spectrum is the collection of developmental brain disorders. Spectrum shows different symptoms, level of the disease and issues of disability that are encountered by the effected… roup of a 1000 children two to five are expected to have the ASD which indicates the rising rate of the disease among the American Children (Autism Spectrum Disorders Health…
A Literature Review of The Baby And Infant Screen For Children With Autism Traits (BISCUIT Psychological Assessment test)
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These disorders are characterized by social- communication difficulties, interaction challenges and a trend to get involved in… , signs of this disorder may be strict when doing recurring activities and lack of expressed language obstruct with their daily life (Hattier et al., 2011). This essay discusses a review on the infant and baby screen for babies with…
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The evaluation of the probable aspects that cause autism has been of great help as the research has narrowed down to a few factors related to the core and… ential risk for an Autism Spectrum Disorder and the public measures that could assist in the identification of the people at risk, plan health programs and implement preventative measures. Essentially,…
Autism Spectrum Disorder
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Autism Spectrum Disorders Date Autism Spectrum Disorders Treatment recommendations discussed in the parameters for Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) include CBT Program, SR Program, the clinician helping the family in obtaining appropriate, evidence based and structured educational and behavioral interventions for children with ASD, offering pharmacotherapy to children with ASD where there is a specific target symptom or comorbid condition.…
Autism Spectrum Disorder
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This paper discusses Autism Spectrum Disorder, how it is defined in the literature and what the symptoms of the condition are, and what interventions by way of teaching strategies can be recommended to teachers and teaching assistants to help and improve the learning outcomes.… The difficulty with ASD with regard to diagnosis is that there are no markers from…
Social and communication skills
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Autism Spectrum Disorders Name: Institution: Autism Spectrum Disorders Introduction Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) affects the manner in which the affected persons relate to other people in terms of how they communicate. Most of the affected persons also have learning disability.… Several special skills programs have been designed to enable ASD victims to…
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They result in significant behavioral, communication and social challenges or abnormal response to sensory stimuli. People with ASD accorded special education programs that involves… Teachers and instructors should tailor-make their teaching methods to match the learning-teaching needs of students with communication disorders. Teachers should ensure there is…
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Autism spectrum is a neurological disorder which cause problems to a child in terms of communication, understanding language, play and mingle with others. Autism, Asperger syndrome, Rett syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder and Pervasive developmental disorder are… However, it is believed that around 2-6 of every 1000 children have some kind of autistic…
Diabetic and Hypertension, Osteoborosis, Autism, or Obesity
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Autism Spectrum Disorders Name: Course: Tutor: College: Date: Autism Spectrum Disorders Autism is a complex brain disorder that manifests through abnormal behavior patterns that are collectively termed as autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Statistics dating back since the 1990s show that the number of patients suffering from ASD have increased, becoming an alarm within the United States.…
Diagnosing a child who is suspected of having autism Spectrum disorder
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DIAGNOSIS OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER Name University Course Instructor Date Introduction Autism is a spectrum disorder that affects individuals at different levels. It is popular in children and every child with the disorder is found to portray different symptoms and challenges.… Discussion Basing our argument on the life of Scott, it is right understanding…
: The effect on psychological and well being among children and their siblings with Autism Spectrum Disorder
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a range of neurodevelopment disorders that are typified by impaired social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and usually have a repetitive tendency (Meltzer 2011). These disorders include autism, Asperger syndrome that… This review thus is aimed at examining the existing effects that have been identified…
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Discussion Name Institution Introduction The research article chosen is entitled, ‘Cognitive-Behavioral Group Treatment for Anxiety Symptoms in Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders.’ To this end, the article recognized that persons with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) were highly vulnerable to developing anxiety related disorders (Reaven, 2009).…
Autism Spectrum Disorder
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Author’s Name Nov 8th 2012 There are many psychological disorders that many people suffer, which they may not even be aware and may be devastated in their future life. Autism spectrum is one of the disorder that begins at the age of about thirty six months and represents a definitive disability in the neurodevelopment of an individual.… Rodriguez defines this…
Asperger's syndrome and how it affects the developing child
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This paper explains the characteristics of Asperger’s Disorder and how it differs from the other autism spectrum disorders and other anxiety-related disorders. The characteristic behaviors… Asperger’s Syndrome is one of a group of neurological disorders. This is a group of five closely –related disorders which also include Autistic Disorder, Pervasive…
Autism Spectrum Disorder
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[The [The [The Autism Spectrum Disorder: Etiology, Impact on the individual’s development and Intervention strategies Caronna et al., described Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a complex condition which impacts the normal processes of brain development and as a result affects a person's behavior, social relationships, and communication (518–23).… Autistic…
Delirium and dementia
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However, there are some considerable differences between their symptoms. The symptoms of Dementia are usually progressive whereas delirium takes place quickly portraying sudden changes… People with dementia are always alert; they have normal sleep-wake cycles, normal attention, and do not hallucinate. However, they have difficulty in their speech (Pathy, et…
The Evidence-Base for the effectiveness of PECS
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“The picture exchange communication system (PECS) is a pictorial system developed for children with social-communication deficits” (Charlop-Christy, Carpenter, Le et al, 2002, p.213). This method developed by Bondy and Frost (1993, 1994), assists young children with autism… These include the use of manual signs, voice-output communication devices, and…
The Evidence-Base for the effectiveness of PECS
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The Evidence-Base for the Effectiveness of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) for Children and Learners with Autism Name of the of the School/ Institution The Evidence-Base for the Effectiveness of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) for Children and Learners with Autism Introduction “The picture exchange communication system (PECS) is a pictorial system developed for children with social-communication deficits” (Charlop-Christy, Carpenter, Le et al, 2002, p.213).…
Pharmacologic Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders
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Pharmacologic Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders Autism is among a group of severe developmental troubles usually known as Autism Spectrum that emerges in early childhood normally before three years of age.… Whilst there is no remedy for autism, rigorous, early treatment is expected to yield a great difference in such children’s lives. Autism and…
Pharmacologic Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders
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Autism is among a group of severe developmental troubles usually known as Autism Spectrum that emerges in early childhood normally before three years of age. Though severity and symptoms vary, in all sorts of autism spectrum disorders, a child’s ability to interact and… Autism and connected disorders, communication and social deficits, have become more general…
Autism spectrum disorder
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In the paper “Autism spectrum disorder” the author analyzes autism spectrum disorder as medical complications relating to the patients abilities to interact with others. Patients suffering from it portray myriad of characteristic most of which are similar to those exhibited by mentally ill patients. … The situation changes as they come of age and become…
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Under IDES, Visual Impairment is defined as the vision impairment even when it is corrected, it negatively affects the educational performance of a child. The definition includes both the partial blindness and sight. Visually impaired children encounter problems in their… Discovery that resulted from this research is that visually impaired people are more…
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Moreover, they are expected to compute the range and carry out simple science experiments. In the Kindergarten classroom, the teacher strives all the prevailing… They normally fight within the class for no good reason whilst the teacher is teaching thus disrupting and bothering other prevailing classmates by throwing papers towards the students, pulling the…
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