By Dina E. Hill
Regardless of a rise within the wisdom of autism, households and pros proceed to fight to discover remedies that might fulfil the person wishes in their baby. This paintings bridges the distance among the newest learn findings and medical perform. It brings info jointly from either fields with the intention to supply the reader most sensible perform ideas and hands-on options.
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Extra info for Autism: From Research to Individualized Practice
However, no one factor based on parental suspicions has been identified as necessary and sufficient to establish an autism diagnosis. Most prospective studies have failed to isolate any specific factors predictive of a later diagnosis of autism (Johnson et al. 1992; Lister-Brook 1992). In the Baron-Cohen and colleagues (1996) study, it was posited that deficits in pretend play and deficits in protodeclarative pointing, joint attention, and gaze monitoring at 18 months would be indicative of a higher risk for developing autism.
28 AUTISM – FROM RESEARCH TO INDIVIDUALISED PRACTICE temper tantrum if these objects are lost or removed. They may be preoccupied with details or information, such as bus schedules or numbers. Parents report that their children’s obsessive activities cause disruption as they interfere with other family activities (Lord 1995). Routines and rituals become important to many individuals with autism, and they often cling rigidly to sameness in their daily routines. Apart from having social problems, communication impairments, and restricted play and interests, many children with autism have other behavioral issues and problems.
G. Grandin and Scariano 1986; Hart 1989; Stehli 1991), and to talk to other families who have a child with autism. The field of autism is constantly changing, and parents should be encouraged to continue to learn as much as possible about autism. In addition, families should be encouraged to contact the nearest branch of the Autism Society, and get onto waiting lists for services. Even if those services are not incorporated in future treatment programs, at least it imparts the feeling that options exist and something can be done (Moreno 1991; see also Chapter 11).