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jessica stelle

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of AUTISM

N PRAKTIJK ∫ Lichamelijke Gezondheid <=> Geestelijke Gezondheid V I S I E

van grond
tot mond MENSELIJK KAPITAAL diagnosed at age 2 and a half 3 well-developed physical and motor coordination agility and strength beyond what is expected of normal developing children no single known cause or cure accepted cause is brain abnormalities THEORIES heredity, genetics, and other medical problems
many families have a history of aurism or like disablities
NO GENE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THE CAUSE reserchers are searching for irregular segment of genetic code that children with autism may have inherited Autism is one of five disorders that fall under the umbrella of pervasive developmental disorders. It's a category of neurological disorders charcterized by "severe and pervasive impairment in several areas of development. medication can be used to treat symptoms of autism excessive head banging
hand flapping LIKE What is autism? It is a physical disorder of the brain that causes a lifelong developmental disability Individuals with autism of all ages and intellectual abilities often use their senses in ways that are unusual In autistic children there is a normal absence of make-believe
Limited play of autistic children corresponds to their lower overall involvement with objects When activites not structured by an adult young autistic children show idosyncratic behavior
aimless wandering
engage with objects in unusual repetitive ways children do not grow out of being autistic
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