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Autism is

Escape from reality

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Definition of autism

Developmental disability appears before 30 months, characterized by abnormal social interaction/communication

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When does autism appear ?

Before 30 months of age (before 3 years)

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Research between siblings concerning autism is

Limited

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Aspergers syndrome

Social disorder where individuals have no significant delay in Lang development in which abilities become inhibited by social envir of classroom

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Characteristics of Asperger's syndrome (4)

1. Poor motor skills
2. Auditory and tactile hypersensitivity
3.concrete literal thinking
4.difficulty comprehending abstract materials

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When is Asperger's Syndrome diagnosed ?

Not until attend school

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Characteristics of Autism spectrum disorder (4)

1.resistance of change
2.difficulty expressing needs
3.tantrums
4. Laughing crying for no reason

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Facilitated communication

Idea was that people w/ autism were very intelligent but simply could not express it because of motor/communication disabilities

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Rhett disorder

A rare genetic mutation affecting the brain development in girls

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Savant syndrome

A condition in which a person a person with a developmental disability such as autism demonstrates profound capacities or abilities above what is normal

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Deaf blindness is..

Loss of both vision AND hearing, each to a certain degree

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Children with deaf blindness receive services labeled

Deaf blindness under IDEA

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All individuals that are deaf blind

Vary in hearing and visual abilities and vary greatly on intelligence

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What disorders are of most concern for the deaf blind

Communication disorders

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Communication techniques for deaf blind (5)

1) picture symbols
2) Braille
3) Palm on palm
4) tactile sign language
5)large print

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20/70 vision and 30db

Mark visual impairment / hearing loss

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Traumatic brain injury IDEA

added as an entry in 1990 with autism. Added separately because it's unique and has multiple characteristics that can interfere with learning

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Asphyxia

Not enough oxygen to the body

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Birth asphyxia

Baby's brain doesn't get enough oxygen before, during, or after birth

Severe asphyxia can lead to disabilities

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Cause of TBI

Car accidents, gun shots to the head, accidental falls,

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TBI DOES NOT

OCcur at birth

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Open head TBI

Acceleration injury

Shaking baby, car accidents, falls
Results in diffuse damage throughout brain, can result in bleeding or swelling

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Closed head TBI

Penetration injury
Gun shot to the head

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At risk groups for TBI

Teenager seems to have high numbers
Babies are at risk because they have fragile skulls

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Teaching strategies for TBI (2)

Using special techniques for phonics

Adapting assessment

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ADD/ ADHD subtypes (3)

Inattentive type
Hyperactive-impulsive type
Combination type

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Inattentive type

Getting distracted, having pooor concentration and organizational skills

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Hyperactive-impulsive type

Interrupting, taking risks, impulsivity, never seeming to slow down, talking and fidgeting, difficulty staying on task

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Girls v boys ADHD

Girls are usually attention deficit and less hyperactive
ADHD can often not be caught in girls
Boys are more often hyperactive

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Assessing with ADD/ADHD

Curriculum based instruction is used to assess

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Environment best for ADD/ADHD

Structural and predictable environment is best

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Medications for ADD/ADHD (3)

Ritalin, adderall, Dexedrine

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Ritalin

Most popular

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Adderall

Prescribed frequently because it's only one dose

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Self regulation

Child is accountable for his/her emotional responses. Discuss the feeling the are feeling and how to fix it

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Pervasive developmental disorder umbrella category for

Autistic disorder, Asperger's syndrome, and pervasive developmental disorder

Replaced by Autism spectrum disorder