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Individual education: A coordinated plan to use educational resources benefits any kid with autism. Individual education plans describe the annual review & proposed plans for the coming year in kids with identified learning issues. In most areas, parents meat with the teachers & therapists to review current testing & progress. This keeps people on a common path & allows the parent to sign & approve of plans (or not). ...Read more
A neurodevelopmental disorder affecting three areas: abnormal socialization, communication, and restricted interests with repetitive patterns of behavior. It is usually detected in the first two years of life. Cause is unknown but strong evidence points to an interplay between ...Read more
Does it really matter if I took a stool sample from the toilet water for the Hemoccult test? Son has autism and refuses to have anything to catch it.
It would be better: To get it directly, especially if there is a trace of blood from skin or urine that's in the water. Did you try putting foil or plastic wrap between the seat and the rest of the toilet? Another way to do it is to take some of the stool from the toilet tissue you wipe him with (if you are wiping him). ...Read more
A few things are: Known to? Risk of a woman's having a child with ASD if they're done prior to conception: taking a daily folate (folic acid) supplement, having a flu vaccine (if not, having a flu shot the 2nd trimester), checking immunity to rubella, avoiding alcohol, tobacco & drugs, checking safety of prescribed meds, herbs & supplements, weight reduction if obese, & good prenatal care to avoid pre-term delivery. ...Read more
What vitamins can I give my son who is non-verbal and autistic and is going through puberty, is this why he is aggressive and hitting and scratching?
Think audience: Think about to whom it is you are trying to explain and fit the explanation to them and the situation. For example, many kids don't understand that autistic youngsters might not get "I don't like that" (too abstract and emotion based) but will understand "Give back the ball." It takes some time and work but a lot of people will welcome understanding how they can talk effectively with your child. ...Read more
Possibly: Newer studies show that ~ 30% of younger siblings of a child with autism display autistic behaviors early on. Of these ~ 40% are eventually diagnosed with autism, but many of the others have developmental language disorders. It is worth getting the little one evaluated & into early intervention services to re-direct that developmental path as much as possible. ...Read more
Autism need adivce about if I should stop tryin to get my son to vocalize he is seven an non verble?
50% of children with: Autism & intellectual disability (full-scale iq < 70) remain non-verbal, defined as having < 50 spontaneous, functional words at age 6 or older. Some children acquire words later. Work with his aba therapist & slt on joint attention, which precedes social communication. Use a picture exchange system app on an ipad. Apps like "talking tom" help only if used interactively & reciprocally. ...Read more
The non drug treatments for Autism include:: Applied behavior analysis, Behavior therapy.Get a more detailed answer ›
Follow Dr. Rankin's: Advice; check for tourette syndrome & ask his behavioral therapist or school psychologist to do a functional behavioral assessment & help you devise a "token economy system" for using only nice words. Calmly explain the words that are " not okay." set a period of time to monitor his utterances, after explaining a rule; e.g., that he earns tv/computer time only by using nice words. ...Read more
AGree w Dr. Fricke: "Current or history of other mental disorders (all 290–319 not listed above) that in the opinion of the civilian or military provider will interfere with, or prevent satisfactory performance of military duty, are disqualifying." See: http://usmilitary. About. Com/od/joiningthemilitary/a/neurotic. Htm ...Read more
Autism spectrum.: The reason why we currently refer to autism as a spectrum is that there are numerous symptoms and complexes of symptoms that can be considered under the umbrella of autism spectrum disorder. Some would be considered autism proper, while others would be considered in a more general grouping of autism spectrum disorders. Hard to answer a question without full evaluation. ...Read more
Exposing or allowing: Any child access to illicit drugs, like passive smoking of marijuana, crack cocaine, crystal meth, etc., is Child Abuse. Kids' tox screens can be + for inhalants. Laws require doctors, therapists, school nurses, teachers, etc., to report suspicion of abuse to Child Protective Services. Most kids with ASD tolerate tiny doses of psychotropic meds, but some develop mania, psychosis, stupor, etc. ...Read more
Structure & function: Of the autistic vs. Neurotypical (NT) brain differ. Activation on fMRI of frontal & temporal cortex in teens with ASD vs. NT's exposed to 2 slightly noxious stimuli showed = initial sensations but over-reactivity in processing & interpretating them in those with ASD, consistent with anatomical findings of small patches of disorganized neurons in the layers of the frontal & temporal cortex in ASD ...Read more
That depends on the: Results of her Chromosonal Microarray & DNA Probe for Fragile X, whether she is your sister's or brother's child & your 3-generation family medical &/or psychiatric history of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) & illnesses in which the incidence of ASD is increased. It also depends on your taking. 4mg. Of Folic Acid daily starting 3 mos. Before & having a flu vaccine 2 mos. Before conception. ...Read more
Pre-school aged: Children with autistic spectrum disorder who have have good pattern recognition & rote memory for learning shapes, colors, numbers & letters & talk about their narrow, repetitive areas of interest like " little professors" may go undiagnosed until social demands unmask non-compliance for following directions for non-preferred activities & lack of interactive, reciprocal pretend play with peers. ...Read more
Maybe the question should be how can we minimize our chances.
We can not ignore environmental factors and the ammount of chemicals in our life.
How is your diet? Do you find yourselves eating fast food frequently? How much toxins are you exposed to?
It is probablyi mportant to "detoxiify" our bodies prior to conception, some studies strongly suggest this link, and to some medication types. ...Read more
Isolated & odd: Autism is defined by a triad of symptoms whose interrelationships are not well understood. 1st is a markedly diminished or absent interest in and ability to use social interactions. 2nd is language abnormalities ranging from none at all to limited, echoing with odd tonal quality. 3rd are odd behaviors from flapping to narrow, intense interest in unusual topics or objects. Starts before age 3. ...Read more
Autism: Autism is best diagnosed by experienced professionals. However, you might notice that the person does not appear connected with others, has poor eye contact, and does not communicate with them. There are varying degrees of autism, and with some you might not be able to tell anything is wrong. Asperger's is part of autistic spectrum disorders; many of these people are extremely high functioning. ...Read more
Psych evaluation: Meet with a clinician in you area and consider psychological testing along with a careful medical and psychosocial evaluation to confirm your diagnosis. ...Read more
Its not contagious,: If that's what you mean. There are genetic links that run in families, so in that sense there is greater likelihood of ending up with autism or something related if one or more of your biological parents has it. But, genetics is very far away from being able to predict what child will get it, given the parent's symptoms. If this is your concern, find a genetic counselor for the latest... ...Read more
By some yes,: Autism can present so many different levels of severity. Impaired social skills, impaired communication, impaired relationships can present in different degrees in different people. From my perspective, some with partial symptoms, not enough for a formal diagnosis, still can benefit from treatment to improve. ...Read more
Uncomfortable gaze: Kids with autism are uncomfortable with eye contact. They can learn in therapy to make eye contact and often what happens is they can develop a trained "stare" in which they are trying to make eye contact (which is terribly innately uncomfortable for them) and they end up " over doing it" so to speak. I think this is what you are referring to. ...Read more
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