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ADHD screening tool

Connors Scale (possibly performed by school already)

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ADHD eval

HX from kidergarden, home, social, and diet, OTC meds

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Stereotyped ritual of ASD

may line up an exact number of playthings in the same manner w/out apparent awareness

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Two major domain impairments of Autism

Social communication deficits or restrictive repetitive patterns

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Impaired Joint attention of ASD

Is a spontaneous behavior in which an infant or toddler tries to share interest, amusement, or apprehension about an object with a caretaker or playmate

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ASD treatment meds

Second line - Risperidone and aripiprazole (FDA approved)

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Sibling of victim will

Deny or be truthful

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The non-abusive parent will be

Deny, defensive of abusive parent, evasive, witness

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ASD impaired nonverbal cues

Eye to eye contact, facial expression, gesture, body cues, doesn’t spread arms before being picked up, resists cuddling.

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An abusive parent will be

Deny, vague, conflicting explanation, partial admission, or complete admission.

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Successful autism educational programs

High staff:student ratio Individualized programming Minimum of 25h per week

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ADHD eval commonly started from

Indirect referral from school (beware of bias)

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ADHD was orignally treated as a

Behavior issue

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ASD impaired social relationships

Lack of friendships or interactions

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ADHD treatment

Meds or Psychotherapy

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Early childhood redflags for ASD

Parental concerns - social, language, behavior, tantrums, or difficulty to change. No Babbling by 9 months

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Echolalia

meaningless repetition of another persons spoken word

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The child may be

Deny, protective of abuser, truthful

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The ultimate decision of treatment constraints falls upon

The autonomy of the patient

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Provider should

Ressure not alone & confidentiallity, Its unacceptable, educate options and escape plans, and assess for potential homocide.

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Insistence on Sameness of ASD

Difficulty transitioning with changes

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Stereotyped Behaviors of ASD

Repetitive motor mannerisms or complex whole-body movements (eg, hand or finger flapping or twisting, rocking, swaying, dipping, walking on tip-toe)

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Impaired joint attention at 14-16m

Protodeclarative pointing

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Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Autism

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Victim health risks

Somatic complaints, depression, suicide, ETOH/Drug user

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Domestic violence questions should be

adressed specific and as a "matter of fact" not close ended. Or as suspected questions… these type of injuries look like

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Do not dx ADHD without

Formal screening

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Impaired joint attention at 8-10m

Purposefully looking back and forth between the object
of interest and the eyes of the caretaker

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Domestic violence often begins/escalates during

Pregnancy

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ADHD criteria

A persistent pattern >6m of inattention and/or
hyperactivity-impulsivity and effects devolpment w/ 6 or more S&S seen prior to <12yo

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Children with ASD also often lack the intent to

Communicate

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Specifications of ADHD

Combined presentation (inattention and hyperactivity)
Predominantly inattentive Predominantly hyperactive/impulsive

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Most common complaint of ASD

Delays and deviations in language development