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本篇論文代寫價格-自閉症譜系障礙講了自閉症譜系障礙是一種發育障礙,其特徵是有問題的行爲,包括說話、運動發育、社交技能嚴重遲緩和其他廣泛的症狀(因此得名“譜系”)。加拿大2-14歲年齡組孤獨症譜系障礙終生患病率爲14.6% (ouellet – kuntz, 2014)。討論了本研究和文獻綜述的理論基礎。本篇論文代寫價格文章由美國第一論文 Assignment First輔導網整理,供大家參考閱讀。

Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disorder characterised by problematic behaviours involving speech, motor development, severely retarded social skills and wide range of other symptoms (hence, the word “spectrum). The lifetime prevalence rate of autism spectrum disorder in Canada among 2-14 age group is 14.6% (Ouellette-Kuntz, 2014). The rationale behind the present study and review of literature is discussed.

Intervention for autism

Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disorder that is characterised by problematic behaviours including speech, motor development, severely retarded social skills and many other symptoms (hence, the word “spectrum”). Autism is diagnosed before child is 30 months old. According to DSM-IV-TR, autism spectrum disorder is characterised by marked impairment in non-verbal behaviour, inability to develop relation with peers, and lack of empathy. Autistic children are emotionally flat, lack ability to pick social cues from others. They show echolalia, that is, parrot like repetition of words. They are strongly attached to strange and unusual objects (Butcher, Hooley, & Mineka, 2015)

The main cause of autism is still unknown. It is believed that autism spectrum disorder is result of brain abnormality or presence of defective gene. Prenatal environment may also lead to autism. Autism may be hereditary (as shown by some researchers in twin studies and adoption studies).

The research design chosen for this case study is single subject research design. This research design is popular in special education and counselling. In this design, the researcher makes an attempt to change behaviour of an individual. The researcher reports the change in the behaviour. The individual who is being studied serves as both treatment and control group. The behaviour is assessed before treatment or intervention. After administering the treatment or intervention, the behaviour is again assessed.