Hans Asperger

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  • Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time

    We all look to law enforcement when in a troubling situation, and many leaders in this profession have become the beacon of virtue in our society. Even so, officers themselves do not always know how to respond to certain situations. Autism spectrum disorder (formerly known as Asperger’s Syndrome) is a term for a group of disorders of brain development and cause for difficulties with social interaction and communication with others. Many law enforcement officials are not trained to deal with…

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  • One To One Assistant Reflection Paper

    This week, Joseph’s one to one assistant was absent for several days. Joseph needs a lot of assistance especially when transitioning from place to place due to his physical disability. This was definitely apparent during our fire drills this week. Thus, I went to all of his preps with him and assisted him throughout the week. Joseph’s inappropriate behaviors have also increased this week. He was seen hitting his peers and adults several times throughout week. However, when his one to one…

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  • Comparison Of Look Me In The Eye And My Aspergian World

    First and foremost, finally acquiring a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome seemingly provided a wonderful sense of relief and happiness. John’s own words at being diagnosed at age 40: “ The realization was staggering. There are other people like me. So many, in fact, that they have a name for us.” (Robison,…

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  • Christopher And The Color Red Essay

    Seven minutes past midnight, Christopher Boone found his neighbor, Mrs. Shear’s dog, Wellington, lying dead her yard. Christopher begin to approach the dog to to sooner find that their was a fork in Wellington. Christopher immediately asked himself who possible could have killed Mrs. Shear’s dog. After minutes of hugging Wellington, Mrs. Shear’s came running out the house screaming at Christopher. This was the beginning of Christopher’s mystery novel. Mrs. Shear’s called the police on…

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  • Student Engagement In The Classroom: Article Analysis

    Article Critique of Student Engagement in the Classroom: The Impact of Classroom, Teacher, and Student Factors Discussion The core emphasis of this research article was joint coordinate engagement by students with or without autism spectrum disorders. There are two main objectives present throughout the article. The first concept is the relationship between environmental classroom factors and student coordinated joint engagement (Steinbrenner, 2015, p. 2394). The second concept is the…

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  • Uneventful Childhood Development: A Case Study

    Just recently was nephew was placed on an autism spectrum. Throughout his life he always presented with different qualities. He would break out crying, falling out, and throwing things. When he turned three we took him and got him examined, and told us he was on the spectrum for autism. My love for a special needs child grew much fonder. There is a plan and a purpose, a value to every life, no matter what its location, age, gender or disability (Sharron Angle, n.d). My sister had a very hard…

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  • The Brain Split Case Study

    The brain split case was first discovered in the laboratory by Roger Sperry and Ronal Meyers. The brain split was first tested on humans in 1961. Patients were not capable to transport most of the data starting with one half of the their head to the other. This meant that there were two differentiate brains. Micheal Gazzaniga completed further analyses which demonstrated the left side of the hemisphere on adjusting for its absence of information, and additionally endeavors toward the right side…

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  • Different Types Of Autism

    What is autism? Autism is a complex developmental disability. Autism affect each individual differently. Autism appears in the first three years of life, and affects the brains normal development of social and communication skills. Autism is the most severe form of ASD. ASD is defined by a certain set of behaviors. Statics says about 1 percent of the world population has ASD. The characteristics of behaviors of ASD may appear in infancy between 18-24 months. During a doctor visit the doctor…

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  • Ideal Educational Experience

    Ideal Educational Experience Cheryl D. Michel Brandman University Educational Experience Teaching Math to Children with Disabilities I chose to write this paper on an actual teaching experience that I was recently afforded the opportunity to be a part of. Over the recent summer vacation in lieu of teaching students at my usual place of employment, I decided to seek an opportunity where I could offer my teaching/tutoring skills as a volunteer. I thought that since I would…

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  • Equine Effects On Autism

    overall quality of life of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, but there was not as large of a difference compared to the control group as they hypothesized (Lanning et al., 2014). Gabriels et al. (2012) did a pilot study to evaluate the effects of equine therapy on self-regulation behaviors, adaptive skills, and motor skills of school age children to adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This study had 42 participants that were split up into groups of three to four to…

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