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    children with ASD have a hard time playing with other children, sharing or making friends. They do not respond to many non-verbal forms of communication, forming and sustaining friendships, seeking to share with other people and difficulties with social and emotional responsiveness. • Stuck doing repetitive tasks and showing patterns in behavior and activities (DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria). Children with autism need strict routines because if they do not, they tend to become emotional and restless. They also have strong attachment to certain objects, making them less flexible to change. Certain sensory stimuli like sounds, tastes, textures, and smells can upset children with ASD. • Impaired speech and repeating phrases over and over, called echolalia. ASD children might only talk about topics that are interesting to them. Some key aspects of an ASD diagnosis is that children must show symptoms in the early developmental period, although you may not be able to tell if a child has ASD until they get to school or begin to socialize with other children. Also, the ASD diagnosis is so broad that it can be made more specific by identifying the presence of intellectual or language impairment (McPartland, 2012). Children with ASD may also be given a severity level for their diagnosis, ranging from 1 (requiring support) to 3 (requiring very substantial support) (DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria). Knowing these specifications can help parents and teachers understand ASD students better and…

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    What do you know about Tourette Syndrome? What is your gender? Female Male What grade are you in? Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Do you know what Tourette’s is? Yes No Sort of Tourette’s is a condition of the… Circulatory system Nervous system Respiratory system Skeletal system Tourette’s causes people to... Pass out Have irregular heart beats Make sudden movements or sounds Have migraines People with Tourette’s... Have a hard time breathing Have panic attacks Have tics All of the above Which…

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    moved it. However, if the child answers that they believe the brother will look for the coloring book in the basket, the test giver will be able to know that the child’s theory of mind is developing. Those with Autism are also more likely to suffer from Social Anxiety (Social Anxiety in ASD). Once again, children tend to repeat phrases which is not considered “normal” by many people. This is called Echolalia. Echolalia comes in two forms: delayed and immediate (Friendship Circle).…

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    100). This placed him in the low range.DaNorrian does not seek out peers to engage. He will at times place himself near a group of peers, but tends to talk more to himself. With adults, DaNorrian will seek out adults if he needs help getting his lunch or working the computer. If staff engages him,establich eye contact, he will respond with one or two word responses. DaNorrina has been observed to be non-compliant, stand in a corner and not respond to directives/prompts at times up to 20…

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    Student One Kaitlyn is a female student who is 10 years old. She is from a military divided home and lives with her dad, stepmom, and 2 stepsisters. Kaitlyn is a vibrant young lady that enjoys being in school, she works very hard and her favorite reinforcer is praise. She is diagnosed with Mental retardation and has had seizures in her past. She currently has a stent in her neck. Kaitlyn performs at a first-grade math level. PLEP: Kaitlyn has been introduced to word problems but has not been…

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    “People with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) demonstrate characteristics of impaired social interaction and communication abilities. These clients are unable to initiate conversations and fail to understand or observe nonverbal behaviors. Another identifier for someone with ASD is their use of repetitive and restrictive behaviors. A client with ASD will repeat the question being asked rather than answer it. The client will parrot or repeat one word or phrase that is spoken to them, also known as…

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    noting the narrator he couldn't look at him, does infer that Bartleby still has some blame or disgrace left (Melville, 105). Bartleby likewise displays numerous characteristics of catatonic schizophrenia, this illness is described by echolalia, motion stability, and mutism (DSM—IV, 288-289). However Bartleby is by all account not the only character to show these characteristics as a number of alternate characters including the storyteller start to show side effects of echolalia which is the…

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    Arnie looks up to his older brother Gilbert and imitates his words, actions, and body posture. Arnie also constantly repeats what his mother says. For example, his mother tells Arnie “do not disappear on me again”, multiple times throughout the movie. Arnie recalls this statement and imitates it by telling Gilbert not to disappear. Another example of Arnie’s echolalia is when Gilbert sings him a song to help calm Arnie down and off the water tower; Arnie immediately begins to sing the same song…

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    Martino points out, tics are classified as either simple or complex. Simple motor tics might include brief or sudden repetitious movements or vocalizations like eye blinking, shoulder shrugging, or repetitive throat clearing. Complex motor tics may seem to occur in a more purposeful fashion. Reaching out to touch objects, hopping and jumping around, or acts of self-harm like punching oneself in the face are examples of complex tics (Martino, 2013). Martino’s article is not only based on…

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    perhaps the most productive to service as there is no difference in treatment or perceived cognitive processing style between each disorder. Some clinicians attempt to diagnose Asperger syndrome, they also look for specific types of behavior that are found mostly in children with Asperger. Identification of difficulties with social interaction is a fundamental to understand and recognized. Typically, children with Asperger are lack of social cues which may lead too difficult to understand the…

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