Lovaas (1987) for autistic children
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is known for having impairment in social, cognitive, language and communication development (Hollander 3; MacKenzie 19). Today, almost 80% of all ASD cases have unknown causality (Matson 92). This makes it difficult for healthcare professionals to… Because of their disruptive behaviours and communication disorders, children with…
Learning Plan for Autistic Children
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Varied intervention measures are utilized in treating, teaching and working with children with special learning needs. These children need to grow and experience normal living as much as possible despite their disability. Their needs vary from one child to another depending on the serenity of their condition.… One of the most common conditions in the category…
Impact of Inclusion on Autistic Children
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Though autism is incurable and usually results in social isolation to varying degrees, various forms of treatment have proven to make a decidedly positive impact in the way autistics interact with others. Though differing theories have been postulated, none have stood up to intense scientific scrutiny and analysis.… Of course, because of many possible causes…
Is Response Intervention effective in Autistic Children
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This paper reflects the results of the study that involved autistic children and relied on RTI principles and constructs. A brief review of literature is performed. Methods and implications are discussed. The… Psychologists welcome the implementation of RTI models and principles for exceptional children, including those with autism. Unfortunately, the effects…
Is Response Intervention effective in Autistic Children
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Response to Intervention in Autistic Children [Author’s Name] [University] Abstract Is Response-to-Intervention (RTI) effective in autistic children? This paper reflects the results of the study that involved autistic children and relied on RTI principles and constructs.… Response to Intervention in Autistic Children Response-to-Intervention is a popular…
Why is the Number of Autistic Children Steadily Rising
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The diagnosis of autism among children, or more accurately Autism Spectrum Disorder, is on the rise in children throughout the world. Researchers, despite much speculation on the various causes behind the rise, have yet to find one definitive answer.… Various factors have been analyzed, such as better diagnostic criteria for analyzing behaviors in children,…
Autistic children: using two different methods to investigate one question
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Using Two Different Methods to Investigate One Question Overview I propose to investigate: What are teachers’ attitudes towards autistic children and how does this affect their choice of teaching methods, activities and tools? This question is believed to be important, because the teachers attitude has a lot to do with how the student is treated.… By doing…
Autistic Children and How They Experience the World
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Autistic Children and How They Experience the World. Autism is a neuro-developmental disorder that presents a delay in the speech and language development and impairment in communication skills. Symptoms may be seen before the age of three.… However, because every ASD case is unique, symptoms may vary in every child (Quinn & Malone, 2000). After decades of…
Children with Autism. Why Is Important To Keep Autistic Children With Normal Students Persuasive essay
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A brain disorder, which finds its roots in genetics as well as development, autism severely, affects the social interaction and communication of children it attacks.… Nonetheless, autistic children do suffer a great deal due to their disability to interact normally with others and find normal people around them as completely indigenous to their own kind. These…
LITERATURE REVIEW ON EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL STORIES ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIORS OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN
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(2004), and Scatonne et al. (2002) probe the effectiveness of social story intervention program using ABAB and ABCD design in autistic children. The study Sansoti et al. (2004) has made a comparative analysis of different studies… It can use pictorial tools for elaboration. It has descriptive, affirmative, perspective sentences and directive sentence. For…
Autistic Children in the General Education Classroom: Mainstreaming, Inclusion, and Pull Out Options
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The purpose of this study is to examine the educational practices and strategies used by specially trained team and general classroom educators that influenced the successful mainstreaming, inclusion and pull-out options of children with autism who are placed in a general… Qualitative research design using case studies of a relatively small number of…
Autistic Children in the General Education Classroom: Mainstreaming, Inclusion, and Pull Out Options
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As a result, children with Autism in the education system are a significant consideration for educators (Bryson, Rogers, & Fombonne,… thodology employing pre- and post-testing to determine the relationship between the independent variables and dependent variables within a specifically targeted school population. This design will be experimental with pre- and…
Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Effective ways for their Educational Practices
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Possibilities of including children with Autism in mainstream school How can children with Autism be placed in a mainstream setting Introduction Autistic spectrum disorder refers to a range of disorders that would be grouped into the category of autism. The severity of the disorder in a given child is on a continuum.… 25). . Nevertheless, all of the children…
Contribution of Theory of Mind in Social Progress: Autistic and Sensory Impaired Children
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Can theory of mind be applied to normal children, or does it determine whether a child is normal in the first place In order to have deep feelings, says Ken Fabian ("A Feeling-Based Theory of Autism," bullet No. 3), one must experience the deep feelings of others.… Questions under consideration are "How much of the activities of an autistic child are…
Can SI therapy help children with autistic spectrum disorder successfully engage in goal-directed activities
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“Can SI therapy help children with autistic spectrum disorder successfully engage in goal-directed activities?” Name Institution Introduction This is a research paper to verify if sensory integration therapy assists children with autistic spectrum disorder to productively engage in goal-directed practices.… involvement in daily life for persons, populations…
Can SI therapy help children with autistic spectrum disorder successfully engage in goal-directed activities
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This is a research paper to verify if sensory integration therapy assists children with autistic spectrum disorder to productively engage in goal-directed practices. Sensory integration (SI) is a specialty field of occupational treatment that is based on more than forty years of… nduct; A model for appreciating the means in which sensation influences…
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
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This paper aims to provide a critical examination of the characteristics and causal theories of ASD and the challenges this raises for mainstream educational settings, and how these challenges can be addressed to promote educational outcomes for cases of autism.… This essay stresses that Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) represents a group of neurodevelopmental…
Children with Autism and School
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As with the majority of spectrum disorders, children with autism are found to have difficulty in interacting socially or communicating with others (Fuentes, 2008). Schools present many situations in which students will have contact with other students, teachers, and school… with autism should be mainstreamed in the general population of students in the school…
Stress Reduction In Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder Pediatric Massage
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To the caregivers, autism has a psychological implication of watching over the child more than one would have done for their normal counterparts thus interfering with… Pediatric massage is an alternative and contemporary treatment that uses massage therapy. This is the process of manipulation of the soft tissues that is intended to promote the health and…
Communicating with Children who have Autism
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Autism is a brain disorder which is one of the most common among the group called as Pervasive developmental disorder which involves delays in many areas of childhood development. Autism affects the crucial areas of development of a child including the verbal and nonverbal communication, social interaction and creative play.… If the child is having these kind…
Inclusive Education of Children with Autism
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Autistic spectrum disorders are becoming more commonplace among pupils in today's schools. Less commonplace are teachers and professionals equipped to adequately adapt to and deal with children with autism. As researchers and medical professionals have been searching worldwide for a known cause and possible cures for autistic spectrum disorders, educators have been searching for methods to help minimise the behavioural deficiencies within the academic environment.…
Article Review 2
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Critical Analysis of Literature Title of article: ‘Stress Profile of Peruvian Parents for Children with Autism’ Author(s): Yash Bhagwanji and Ximena Suarez Sousa. Stated purpose of investigation: The purpose is to study the stress profile of parents for children with autism and compare it with stress profile of parents for children who have no disabilities.…
Video Games to use to teach children with Autism
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Many people think that video games are wastes of time or have little utility, merely toys. But a growing body of research has found that video games can actually help children comply with medication, teach hand-eye coordination, develop social skills, and offer a myriad of benefits to adults.… Some parents use video games with their children to teach emotion…
Discuss the significance of an understanding of typical language and communication development for a practitioner working with p
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Significance of Understanding Typical Language and Communication Development for a Practitioner Working with Autistic Individuals Student Number and Number Name of Professor Number of Words: 2,043 Introduction As a life-long non-curable disease, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neural developmental disorder that is often characterized by having impaired verbal or non-verbal communication and social interaction aside from showing repetitive behavior such as the act of arranging objects in stacks or lines, continuous hand flapping or making unusual sounds, body rocking, and ritualistic behavior like eating the same food each day or performing a…
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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