Autistic Spectrum Disorders Essays and Term Papers

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Autistic Spectrum Disorders And The Family Unit

Autistic Spectrum Disorders and the Family Unit Autistic Spectrum Disorders are a group of related disorders or developmental disabilities that have been caused by some sort of problem within ... the Signs, Act Early: Autism Spectrum Disorders Fact Sheet) People……[more]

Words: 6213 (15 Pages) Topic: Communication Non verbal Document Type: Term Paper

Autistic Spectrum Disorder Meets Christian Counselling

... believes that ABA is a good source of potential therapy for autistic children, since it echoes the pronouncements in the Bible. It may be difficult at first, and not all autistic children will respond to ABA, but belief in……[more]

Words: 1400 (4 Pages) Topic: Counseling Document Type: Research Proposal

Autism Spectrum Disorder

... spectrum disorders or reviewed: Dawson et al., Rate of head growth decelerates and symptoms worsen in the second year of life in autism; Konig et al,. Prevalence of parent-reported diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder ... neuron system and simulation……[more]

Words: 1120 (3 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Psychiatry Document Type: Only the Literature Review chapter

Autistic Children And The Effects On The Family

... and Krauss, Orsmond, 2001, p. 273) The result of the Autistic child's behavior may be social isolation and a ... Seltzer and Krauss, 2001, p. 273) In a report entitled: "Autism Spectrum Disorders: Best Practice Guidelines for Screening Diagnosis……[more]

Words: 2492 (8 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Sociology Family Issues Citation Style: APA

Autism Spectrum Disorder

This work in writing examines specific instructional strategies for children with autism. Four studies are reviewed which relate discrete instruction strategies. Also included is a study on the repetitive actions and ordering actions of children with autism. A personal statement……[more]

Words: 1403 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Education Special Education Document Type: Research Paper

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS

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Words: 331 (1 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Special Education and Inclusion Citation Style: MLA

Autistic Children

... physical actions including gestural communication, speech, and semantic understanding. The autistic spectrum disorders are described by dysfunctions with social interactions, decreased imagination, dysfunctional verbal ... in normal children until after their fourth year and autistic disorders are recognized earlier;……[more]

Words: 1605 (5 Pages) Sources: 6 Topic: Psychology Disorders Document Type: Research Paper

Each Student Required Write A 3 5 Page Paper Individual Cultural Diversity Issues Treating Individuals Autism Spectrum Disorders Students Research Areas Diversity Interventions Influenced Issues Religion Ethnicity Socioeconomic Status Gender Physical Disabilities

... service providers. However, there is a dearth of quality works on multicultural issues regarding autistic spectrum disorders. In this article, we explore issues surrounding autism and multiculturalism, with the ...…[more]

Words: 753 (3 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Culture Document Type: Essays

The Theory Of Using Vitamin A As Treatment For Autism Spectrum Disorders

... range of psychological conditions which are problems pertaining to social interactions. Autism spectrum has been grouped into three categories, which include Autism, Atypical ...…[more]

Words: 1381 (4 Pages) Sources: 9 Topic: Medical and Medicine Disorders Document Type: Term Paper

Complementary And Alternative Medical Methods Autism Spectrum Disorders Eating Habits And Mealtime

... do complementary and alternative medical methods provide permanent treatment alternatives for autistic behavior in children ages 3 to 8.…[more]

Words: 1242 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Healthcare Document Type: Research Proposal Citation Style: APA

Autistic Students And The Inclusion Process

... to the self-confidence and self-esteem of autistic students. A lot of these autistic children do not do well if they are touched ... adjusted sufficiently to allow the autistic students to take part. Any way to give these autistic……[more]

Words: 2775 (8 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Special Education and Inclusion Citation Style: APA

Autism Spectrum Disorders

... , and to refine or re-evaluate the nature and balance of attention paid to the autistic learner. Works Cited: Lovass, O. I. (1987). Behavioral Treatment and Normal Educational ...…[more]

Words: 493 (1 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Special Education and Inclusion Citation Style: APA

Disorders

... Psychiatric Association (2000). "Diagnostic criteria for 299.00 Autistic Disorder". Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th, text revision (DSM-IV-TR) ed.). Retrieved 2009-11-30. ... 135 (3): 391...?5, 2008. Myers S.M. And C.P. Johnson. "Management of children with autism spectrum……[more]

Words: 670 (2 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Psychology Parapsychology Citation Style: APA

In Chapters 5 9 Text Medical Conditions Discussed Select Conditions Explore Psycho Social Dimensions Condition Greater Detail Found Text Write A 3 4 Page Paper Excluding Cover Page APA Format This Paper Autistic Autism Introduction In Section Provide Overview Issue Topic Area Discussed

While the actual physiological causes are not completely defined, Autism is a neural disorder that is characterized in different individuals in rather divergent ways. One commonality, however, seems to be restricted or repetitive sets of behavior, and a lack of……[more]

Words: 994 (3 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Communication Document Type: Essays

Autism Cures And Neurological Disorder

... do exist. Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention In 1987 it was noticed that incorporating autistic children into regular classes at school resulted in significant improvements in intellectual ability ... . References Betancur, Catalina. (2011). Etiological heterogeneity in autism spectrum disorders:……[more]

Words: 1403 (2 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Education Special Education Document Type: Research Paper

Austim And Sperges Disorders

... that creates autistic-like symptoms. But these clearly genetically inspired causes only account for a small percentage of the autistic population ("Autism spectrum disorders," 2008, NIMH ... of autism, Asperger's Syndrome, provides interesting insight on the condition of autism-spectrum disorders.……[more]

Words: 1412 (4 Pages) Sources: 3 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Autism

Autism is a developmental disorder as it is marked with pervasive and severe impairment revolving around areas of development ...…[more]

Words: 12898 (32 Pages) Sources: 100 Topic: Education Inclusion Document Type: 'Literature Review' chapter Citation Style: APA

Autism

... disorders. | |Rett's Disorder* |Rare neurodegenerative disorder of girls. | |Childhood Disintegrative |Neurologists are scratching their head on this one, and assume psychiatrists mean | |Disorder* |neurodegenerative disorders. | There are other forms of disorders that are also closely……[more]

Words: 2447 (8 Pages) Sources: 12 Topic: Psychology Developmental Document Type: Term Paper

Autism

... to linguistic development which may combine to classify one as autistic will be the inability in those with the capacity ... behaviors existing within a limited and patterned context. Autistic individuals will demonstrate an abnormal preoccupation with a specific……[more]

Words: 2870 (10 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Medical Disorders Citation Style: Does not matter

Treatment Of Asperber Syndrome

... hundred males with Asperger syndrome determined that there was a history of autistic spectrum disorder in 50% of the sample, as well as pre-natal and peri-natal risk factors ... amygdala and surrounding structures of the limbic system are structurally……[more]

Words: 940 (3 Pages) Topic: Psychology Document Type: Research Paper

A Program Of Intensive Parent Training Can Greatly Augment The Hands On Help That Disabled Children Receive And B Teachers Need To Find Ways For Children With Mild Disabilities To Participate In General Education Classrooms To A Greater Degree Than They Are At The Present Time

Normalization of student routines with learning disorders is a major goal of any pedagogical system. The problem is how well this can be achieved by training parents and teachers who are not in special education to augment the special education……[more]

Words: 638 (2 Pages) Sources: 2 Topic: Education Special Education Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

Peer Reviews Journal Research Articles On Autism

This paper provides a summary and analysis of four peer-reviewed journal articles concerning autism published within the last 4 years in the English language. In addition, the paper provides the topic, rationale, results, and conclusion of for each of the……[more]

Words: 33101 (8 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Education Special Education Document Type: Journal Professional

Does Gluten Effect Children With Autism

... any other behaviorally defined neuro-psychiatric disorders (Brkanac et al, 2008 p599). Fast ... disorders, fragile X syndrome and Rett syndrome, believed to contain many aspects of the autistic phenotype (Bkanac et al pp 600-603). Present pharmacological treatment approaches to……[more]

Words: 7499 (25 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Psychology Document Type: Research Proposal

Developmental Psychopathology

... of autistic spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 29, 439-484. Gibbons, J. L. & Sims, A. C. P. (2004). Types and causes of mental disorders: Conduct disorders. In Encyclopedia ... Abnormal Child Psychology, 28(1), 3. Siegel, B.……[more]

Words: 5229 (15 Pages) Topic: Criminal Justice Document Type: Term Paper

Research

... "Providing nursing care for children with autism or autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) can be challenging" . (Souders, De Paul D, Freeman and ... adequate research a plan of care for the autistic child can be developed but that intervention……[more]

Words: 3955 (10 Pages) Sources: 26 Citation Style: Harvard

Autism See Order Submitted Earlier

... as compared to a teacher directed model of therapy. Abstract Children and adults with autistic spectrum disorders including autism face unique challenges with regard to communication and speech ... of autism and autism spectrum disorders followed by a synopsis……[more]

Words: 5505 (20 Pages) Topic: Biology Document Type: Term Paper

Autism

... may be associated with recovery (Newschaffer, et al., 2009). Autism has been recognized as a disorder for decades, although until the last decade or so it was not something ... that autism should be seen as a distinct by……[more]

Words: 4454 (15 Pages) Sources: 25 Topic: Physiology Document Type: 'Literature Review' chapter

Creating A Supportive Environment For Young Children With Autism

... following: 1. Language, 2. mobility, 3. learning, 4. self-help, and 5. Independent living. (Autism Spectrum Disorders Overview, 2007, Developmental Disabilities section) Figure 1 portrays the changes over ... , Ph.D. (2007) assert in the Web article, "Helping an autistic……[more]

Words: 6928 (10 Pages) Sources: 10 Citation Style: APA

Autism

... etiology, and management prioritize it among the most complex disorders known. Autism confronts the intellect and research skills ... of life that can be influenced for children with autistic spectrum disorders come from behavioral and educational treatments. This is……[more]

Words: 8976 (25 Pages) Topic: Genetics Document Type: Term Paper

Special Education

... to those who are not familiar with overall learning approaches for autistic children and, specifically, visual modeling. Studies in this review were categorized ...…[more]

Words: 7279 (3 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Education Special Education Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: Does not matter

Mental Retardation With Autism

... if all cases of autism and autistic-like disorders are considered together ("and a fairly liberal definition of autism is applied"), the incidence of autistic spectrum disorders is approximately ten to fifteen ... Abnormal Child Psychology, 28(1):3. Siegel, Bryna. The……[more]

Words: 3205 (10 Pages) Topic: Education Curriculum Document Type: Term Paper

The Impact Of Autism On Family s Social Participatio

... Spectrum: Parent's Perspective...? relates that families are often burdened by the responsibility of parenting the child with autism spectrum disorder and oftentimes early intervention is not made accessible leaving the parents of the autistic child ... early intervention services……[more]

Words: 3008 (10 Pages) Sources: 30 Topic: Women s Issues Social Issues Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Topical Reference List

... number of children being diagnosed with this disorder is rapidly escalating. Although claims of an autism epidemic ... it connotes separation, aloneness - and descriptions of those diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) frequently suggest they are ... obtain……[more]

Words: 2072 (2 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Education Document Type: Other

Learning Disability Students

... baffles many seasoned veteran teachers (Kluth, 2003). The autistic child needs special support in the classroom to help them ... of the key areas of concern is in the area of transitions. The autistic child can experience stress and……[more]

Words: 3110 (10 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Education Inclusion Citation Style: APA

Autism

... and many of the studies have linked the disorder to genetic disorders involving mutation or deletion of DNA or a result of a malformation of ... ACTH). The levels of plasma cortisal and ACTH in autistic children and adolescents……[more]

Words: 2556 (5 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Disease Document Type: Research Paper

Autism And MMR Vaccinations

... Autism is the term commonly used to refer to autism spectrum disorders, a group of neurodevelopmental disorders involving sensory processing problems and social and language difficulties. According to ... the sometimes extreme social depravity that results from the neurological……[more]

Words: 2299 (8 Pages) Sources: 5 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: None

Dance

... therapy frequently help autistic individuals learn how to live with and cope with the disorder, interventions do not cure autism, ... agitated, and possibly prone to tantrums or self-abusive behavior." Autistic children are not usually able to appropriately engage……[more]

Words: 2240 (7 Pages) Sources: 8 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: None

Autism

... be created by professionals who have experience working with autistic children. Treatments include "a wide range of skill development ... education and teaching in the special education environment. Including an autistic child in the classroom can be challenging. Studies……[more]

Words: 1096 (3 Pages) Topic: Education Teaching Methods Document Type: Term Paper

Asperger s

... demonstrates a commonality in object orientation with that displayed commonly by the autistic. Such commonalities cause some researchers to question the rationality in distinguishing ... Klin, A.; Volkmar, F.R. & Sparrow, S.S. (2000). Asperger Syndrome. Guilford Press. Kutscher, M.L.……[more]

Words: 742 (2 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Psychology Developmental Citation Style: APA

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