Autism Informative Speech Outline

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I. Take a second and imagine a life without social skills. You wouldn’t have the ability to tell when someone is being sarcastic or funny. Mean or nice. Simple things like this is out of your grasp for reasons you will never understand or be able to change. II. Now imagine being the center of attention, but not necessarily in a good way. Someone might be making fun of you in the worst way, but you can’t do anything about it simply because you don’t know that this guy is making fun of you. III. To be more specific, this disorder is referred to as Autism or ASD, Autism Spectrum Disorder. IV. What exactly is Autism? Well it is one of many mental conditions that affects precisely one in 110 kids in the U.S. More specifically, Autism is a developmental disability. In other…show more content…
Wants a comfort object like teddy bears, blankets, etc. F. Talk greatly about 1 or 2 things, for example a movie or toy they want. G. Say random things during a conversation that is irrelevant to the topic. H. Generally they tend not to share many personal experiences or observations. Most of the time they don’t understand jokes or sarcasm. I. Trust people very easily and don’t recognize when or if there’s a motive. III. Health A. Walks on toes, can look very odd when moving in general and appears rigid or droopy in posture. B. Has a hard time moving in spaces, especially if its crowded like a mall or an airport. Will run into people or objects. C. Looks as if they have hearing problems although their hearing has been checked and is fine. D. Prone to seizures and allergies. IV. What can cause Autism? A. Depending on parents age, some children, especially the boys, are more likely to have Autism if their parents are much older. B. Premature babies born before 26 weeks are at more of a risk to develop Autism. C. Children that already have other disorders like fragile X-syndrome, Tourette syndrome, Rett syndrome and Tuberous Sclerosis have a higher possibility of getting Autism as

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