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    Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder, which has a broad variety of symptoms, which has allowed for the diagnosis of the disorder to have been on the rise for the past few decades. An estimated one in 100 Australians are suffering from some form of ASD, of those Australians, it is four times more common in males than females (autismspectrum.org.au, 2014). This piece of writing seeks to explore ASD in depth to place focus on this potential epidemic. Given that this

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    Chapter II: Review of Literature Autism Spectrum Disorder is a general term for a lifelong developmental disorder which can cause challenges in social interactions, behavior, and communication. Disorders that fall under this umbrella that is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) include: autistic disorder, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), and Asperger syndrome. It is estimated that over two million people in the U.S. are affected by ASD. One in every 68 children has

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    Autism Spectrum Disorders Autism numbers are on the rise in the U.S and more and more cases of autism are being diagnosed each day. Many parents are unaware that they have a child with autism. Signs of autism are not easily detected so, parents who suspect that they may have a child with developmental delays or a child with autism would have a hard time distinguishing autism from other developmental problems. There are no specific causes or cures for autism but with today’s technology that just

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    Autism spectrum disorder is complex in and of itself but that complexity is only compounded by the comorbid conditions that can come with it. Some of these include sensory processing disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and seizures. Understanding the disorder and its comorbid conditions is challenging yet important for parents, medical professionals, and educators. A common comorbidity of autism spectrum disorder is sensory processing disorder. Sensory processing disorder is the breakdown

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    Autistic disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder- not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) were merged into one category of ASD. This paper will explain what Autism Spectrum Disorder is, causes, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, clinical trials and what it is like living with someone with Autism (Autism Society, n.d.). What is Autism Spectrum Disorder? “Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Autism are general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    Autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are both disorders of brain development. There are five different spectrums to autism which is why my group choose this topic those different spectrums are Autistic disorder ("classic autism"), Rett syndrome, Childhood Disintegrative disorder, Pervasive developmental disorder- not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), and Aspergers syndrome. Each individual part of the spectrum is very interesting in the fact that they are so different but the same in certain aspects

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    with special needs, but also students from diverse cultural, linguistic, socio-economic and familial backgrounds (Ontario College of Art and Design, 2016). Based on the provision of Inclusive Education, this essay focus on students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). To begin, this essay will outline the characteristics that are associated with ASD students, and the effects that these characteristics have on teaching and learning in the educational environment. Subsequently the focus will be on the

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    characteristics or Autism Spectrum Disorder, including its symptoms, treatments, and possible causes. This paper will also highlight the differences between Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) and Asperger Disorder(AD). Autism spectrum disorders effect one in 110 births in the United States. Autism spectrum disorders are severe, incurable developmental disorders whose symptoms, including impairments in social interaction and communication, emerge during the first two years of life. Asperger disorder distinguishes

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    behaviors of Autism Spectrum Disorder. I have selected the quantitative research methodology to help create an atmosphere of equality among the participants. I will determine the cause and effect of the relationship between music therapy and altering the behaviors of Autism Spectrum Disorder with groups of children that are preexisting. Regardless of whether it is correct or not, the assumption is sometimes made that children who have been diagnosed with Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder, tend to be placed

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    What is Autism Spectrum Disorder and how does it affect those who have it, both physically and psychologically? Autism Spectrum Disorder affects a substantial amount of the population. It is a complex, neurological spectrum condition that damages standard brain function, affecting the development of an individual’s communication and social skills. As a result, Autistic patients often experience repetitive behaviors, lack of spoken language, and may face amplified medical conditions. Although there

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