Research on autism is widely expanding with scholars setting out to explore how different factors such as education can affect children with autism. This section provides a descriptive review of existing research on autism, developmental behavior, and the effect of different types of educational interventions with their influence on developmental behavior for children with autism. Autism spectrum disorder is a pervasive developmental disorder that causes severe impairment and abnormal functioning of language, social and imaginative development within the first three years in life, deviating from the typical development pattern experienced by people of a similar age Brentani, et al. According to Brentani, diagnostic criteria for autism focus on impairment of social interaction, qualitative impairment in communication skills and restricted or repetitive behavior patterns, activities and interests.
Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Autism: Third Generation Review
Autism Literature Review Paper | allisonmichellewhitney
During the course of my work on the Literature Review Paper, I came across some very important information pertaining to my current students. The paper focused on the reality of early diagnosis and intervention of Autism spectrum disorder. I discovered that ASD can be successfully diagnosed in children as young as 15 months old and that by the preschool years it is possible for effective intervention to be in place. I have more than one student in my current preschool class that has some indications of a disorder resembling ASD.
Are We There Yet? The State of Early Prediction and Intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. Download full text. This paper focuses on several prescribed interventions used to elicit and meet the needs of children with autism.
Background: Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD is a complex neurodevelopmental trouble which prevents the child from socio-communicative interaction, and learning from his environment. Non-medical early intervention attempts to improve prognosis. We will review the main current hypothesis, intervention models and scientific supports about early intervention. Methods: We conducted a search of the literature published on Medline between and related to intervention models provided to children with ASD aged less than 3 years. Data were extracted from systematic reviews and recent randomized controlled trials with moderate to high GRADE quality of evidence.