By Phil Reed
Delivering an important hyperlink among conception and perform, this distinctive quantity interprets the most recent study information at the effectiveness of interventions for Autism Spectrum ailment (ASD) into sensible assistance for schooling execs operating with ASD pupils.
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G. Senju & Johnson, 2009); alternatively, there can be an excessive politeness in the forms of address made by the person with ASD (Sirota, 2004). These latter two behaviours can result from a rigid adherence to learned social rules or conventions (pragmatics) on the part of the person with ASD, but without the person with ASD being fully aware of the reasons for these arbitrary social rules (see Baron‐Cohen, 1988, for a discussion of pragmatic issues for ASD). , 2009, for a discussion). Thus, whether to include the teaching of simple pragmatic rules for social situations in an intervention for people with ASD is an issue not to be taken lightly.
Those with lower IQs being more likely to display motor stereotypy, poor language and worse social abilities; whereas, individuals with higher IQs tend to display more complex rituals and abnormal language patterns (O’Brien & Pearson, 2004). These groups of individuals with high‐ and low‐functioning ASD are also differentially susceptible to typical/atypical depression and various form of anxiety disorder (see sections that follow). , 1998). It occurs with a variety of probabilities, depending on the presence of a number of factors, such as the severity of ASD and the presence of other co‐morbidities such as intellectual disabilities.
2010, for 3–6 year‐olds), display some form of anxiety disorder. , 2007) of the population. Obviously, the types of measurement taken and the specific anxieties targeted, play a substantial role in generating this variation in rate. In terms of the impact of the type of ASD on the likelihood of observing an anxiety disorder, there is some evidence that such co‐morbid problems are more often seen in those with higher‐functioning ASD (or the previous Asperger syndrome diagnosis) than in lower‐functioning ASD and that anxieties co‐vary with cognitive functioning levels (see Matson & Shoemaker, 2009).
Interventions for Autism : Evidence for Educational and Clinical Practice by Phil Reed