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    The triad of difficulties are areas in which people on the Autistic spectrum may be affected. They are social communication, social interaction and social imagination. Social communication affects the individuals ability to to develop and learn language skills. In addition, individuals may struggle to use language inappropriately or out of context. Some children may never speak at all, while others may hit all necessary communication milestones before regressing. Others may make use of echolalia

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    378 (LD310).1 Understand the main characteristics of autistic spectrum conditions... 1.1 Explain why it is important to recognise that each person on the autistic spectrum has their own individual abilities, needs, strengths, gifts and interests... When dealing with individuals with autistic spectrum it is important that you treat them as individuals as each person likes and dislikes different things if you treat each individual as the same this could course upset with the person as they may not

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    Introductory awareness of Autistic Spectrum Conditions Understand the areas in which individuals with an autistic spectrum conditions characteristically have difficulties 1.1. Describe the types of difficulty that individuals with an autistic spectrum condition may have with language and other ways of communicating The effects of autism on communication are extremely varied. Most individuals do not have any trouble with pronunciation. The problems lie in using language effectively.

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    Understand how to support individuals with autistic spectrum conditions. Understand the main characteristics of autistic spectrum conditions. 1.1 It is important to recognise that each person on the autistic spectrum has their own individual abilities, needs, strengths, gifts and interests because no two individuals are the same. People on the autistic spectrum have their own set of unique characteristics and vary from one to another in terms of their abilities. Some clients may have similar

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    specific genetic factors associated with the development of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Research has shown that autism shows up when big chunks of

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    a lot more listening" that the organization raises millions of dollars to fund autism research yet fails to prioritize the people on the autistic spectrum. Instead of Autism Speaks devoting their efforts towards bettering the lives of people on the spectrum, he claims the organization invests more time into research which does not greatly impact the lives of Autistic people. Silberman elaborates on this assertion by first appealing to the reader's emotions by detailing the dehumanizing methods the

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    Autistic women Men and women are often stereotyped. Autistic men and women are no different. Autistic Women are all around the world. Your best friend, roommate, or even siblings can be part of the Autistic Spectrum. You probably won’t even realize how much they struggle to be normal because if they are on the higher end of Autistic Spectrum they can hide their struggles very well. Autism is usually spectated as someone who is not intelligent or doesn’t know personal space. Autistic women do exist

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism is a form of “ASD,” Autism Spectrum disorder and is experienced all around the world. Autism is a developmental disorder that consists of many neurodevelopmental disorders of the brain. People with autistic disorder think and act in different ways than most people. There are many different forms of autism spectrum disorder that include the pervasive development disorder, Asperger syndrome, and autistic disorder. These disorders are called spectrum disorders because

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    It’s easy to diagnose a case of autism early on based on the “autistic spectrum”, but what really counts is if the diagnosis ends up being correct on in later years in “Autism “Cures”?” (2011), Thomas Sowell opinions his view of autism, as being an opinion not very many readers would expect, but an opinion that may relieve parents, of an “autistic child”, from emotional trauma and heartache. To support these opinions, Thomas Sowell gives two really well-thought-out experiences as to what “Autism

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    developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. Autistic people see, hear and feel the world differently to other people. If you are autistic, you are autistic for life; autism is not an illness or disease and cannot be 'cured'. Often people feel being autistic is a fundamental aspect of their identity.―(1) It goes on to state: “Autism is a spectrum condition. All autistic people share certain difficulties, but being autistic will affect them in different

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