How to help children with autism spectrum disorder in daily life

How to help children with autism spectrum disorder in daily life Parents can help a child with autism spectrum disorder communicate in daily life by: Use your child’s name so he knows you’re talking to him. Keep language simple and clear. Speak slowly and clearly. Use simple gestures, eye contact, and pictures or symbols to […]

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The importance of the transitional plan in the field of special education

The importance of the transitional plan in the field of special education Life is not one style. We all go through transitions from time to time. As for children with disabilities, transition is part of the individualized educational program, which determines the transition from school to adult life. An Individualized Educational Program (IEP) Transition Plan

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Reducing aggressive behaviors in individuals with autism spectrum disorder

Reducing aggressive behaviors in individuals with autism spectrum disorder The writer recounts his visit to an autism clinic in Albania, It is one of the countries that lacks the most capabilities and resources. My encounter was with a three-year-old girl who was undergoing clinical evaluation for a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. It is clear

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The relationship between autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

The relationship between autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Both autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are disorders in which brain development is affected and are known as neurodevelopmental disorders. This means that both autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder affect the central nervous system, Which may affect social skills,

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Pivotal response training in applied behavior analysis

Pivotal response training in applied behavior analysis Pivotal response training (PRT) Pivotal response training falls under the field of applied behavior analysis and is an evidence-based practice used with children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disorders. Pivotal response training focuses on less structured play and is more directed by the child than by

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Strategies for how to deal with tantrums in children with autism spectrum disorder

Strategies for how to deal with tantrums in children with autism spectrum disorder The first key to dealing with tantrums in children with autism spectrum disorder is to understand them. This means identifying the causes that lead to behavioral problems. Parents can reduce tantrums by identifying previous events that could lead to them occurring. Tantrums

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Integrating individuals with autism spectrum disorder into inclusive classrooms

Integrating individuals with autism spectrum disorder into inclusive classrooms Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that involves challenges with social interaction, speech, nonverbal communication, and repetitive restricted behaviors. Difficulty moving from one activity to another. In 1975 the Education for All Handicapped Children Act was established. The law was renamed in 1990 to the

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Strategies to reduce coping in children with autism spectrum disorder

Strategies to reduce coping in children with autism spectrum disorder What is trapping? Echolalia refers to the repetition of certain words or phrases spoken by another person. Either after the conversation or repeating the words later. Trauma in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder Trapping is often associated with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

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Escape behaviors during tasks in individuals with autism spectrum disorder

Escape behaviors during tasks in individuals with autism spectrum disorder Writer: Amy Spell Master of Applied Behavior Analysis translation: a. Lujain Bin Jadid Parents and teachers may face challenges with unwanted behaviors and one of the most common challenges is escape behavior in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Behavior analysts often hear statements such as:

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A behavior analysis perspective on interprofessional collaboration in the field

A behavior analysis perspective on interprofessional collaboration in the field Writer: Lina Selim – Lilith Reuter Yuel translation: Khadija Al-Asmari Conclusion Collaborative service delivery models have gained popularity in healthcare and education in clinical settings. Despite the unique opportunity provided by this new popularity to disseminate applied behavior analysis, The majority of practicing behavior analysts

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