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What does PDD stand for?

Pervasive Developmental Disorder

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What is the most common PDD?

autism

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This is characterized by sever and complex impairments in reciprocal social interaction, communication skills, and the presence of stereotypical behavior, interests, and activities.

Autism

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______ times as many boys as girls are diagnosed as having autism

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Children with autism require a _____ environment and _ expectations

structured, clear

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_____ programs such as using stickers works well with kids that have autism

Behavior managemnt

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OT Practitioners working with autistic kids need to understand ___ and _________ cues

verbal and non-verbal

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Asking a child with autism to choose between only two activities facilitates ______.

Decision-making

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OT Practitioners work with children with autism to improve their ability to participate in ________.

areas of occupation

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This is the most common neurobehavioral disorder

ADHD

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What does ADHD stand for?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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ADHD occurs in males _____ times more than females

3

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Children with ADHD have issues such as these 4 three things

attention, hyperactivity, distractability, and impulsivity

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Children with ADHD benefit from _____ and structure

organization

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Rett syndrome is a progressive neurologic disorder that occurs only in ______.

females

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What are some of the major characteristics of Rett Syndrome?

microenchaphaly
seizures
abnormal muscle tone
intellectual disabilities

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What is a stereotypical pattern of behavior with a child with Rett Syndrome?

hand wriggling

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What does DCD stand for?

developmental coordination disorder

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These kids with this condition have difficulty forming letters quickly and precisely; often manifested in an inability to keep up with classmates

DCD

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One thing to remember is that we are not focusing solely on the _______. We are primarily focusing on the ____ person.

disorder. whole

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This system consists of the cardiac (heart and vessels) system, and pulmonary (lungs) system

Cardiopulmonary system

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Conditions that involve the heart and/or vessels

cardiac disorder

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______ heart diseases and ______ are examples of pediatric cardiac health conditions.

Congenital, dysrhythmia

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Most ped health conditions that involve the heart and major vessels are ________.

congenital

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CARDIAC - What are ASDs?

Atrial Septal Defects

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What are atrial septal defects?

abnormal openings between atria of the heart

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Primary symptom of ASD patient?

heart murmur

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Preferred med. intervention for ASD?

surgery

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CARDIAC - What are VSDs?

Ventricular Septal Defects

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What are Ventricular Septal Defects?

opening in between ventricles in the heart