By Bryna Siegel
Because the mother or father of a kid with an autism spectrum ailment, you would like an educated, being concerned recommend who can deftly consultant you thru the complicated maze of therapies. during this empowering source, bestselling writer Bryna Siegel--one of the world’s major experts at the disorder--helps you 0 in on confirmed suggestions and tailor them to suit your child’s specified wishes. Like no different booklet, Getting the easiest on your baby with Autism indicates find out how to get a correct review of your child’s strengths and weaknesses so that you can enhance a course of action fitted to his or her person studying type, pursuits, verbal talents, and social talents. You’ll examine what companies you’re entitled to, tips to ensure what’s correct on your kinfolk, and how you can paintings successfully with medical professionals and college pros. With Dr. Siegel as your best friend, you could support your baby research and develop.
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The first thing for a parent to know is that most children with autism will not have any positive findings when seen by a neurologist. Most kinds of brain measurements are normal in children with autism, though research does suggest subtle architectural differences in brain structure that cannot be picked up in clinical tests using MRI, CT, MEG, EEG (magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography, magnetoencephalography, electroencephalography), and the like. Further, unless a child has a seizure disorder, there is no treatment for any neurological abnormality that might be found in the structure of the brain.
Each adult spends two minutes trying to get the child to interact directly without use of any toys, two minutes of ignoring the child and allowing her to play alone and/or observe and join the adult’s play, and two minutes of joint adult–child Getting Your Footing 41 play with what appears to be the child’s most preferred toy in the room. Similarly, structured observations provide an opportunity to create “presses” for certain positive or problematic things to happen. Using the attachment behavior example above, the difference between a structured and a semistructured observation would be if the parent were directed to go back into the room and pick up and cuddle the child, whether or not the child asked for it or seemed to want it.
This allows the clinician to make increasingly finer discriminations among the strengths and weaknesses of different children. In our clinic, we use a semistructured observation called the ETHOS, which compares six minutes of the child’s play with a parent to six minutes of the child’s play with an examiner. Each adult spends two minutes trying to get the child to interact directly without use of any toys, two minutes of ignoring the child and allowing her to play alone and/or observe and join the adult’s play, and two minutes of joint adult–child Getting Your Footing 41 play with what appears to be the child’s most preferred toy in the room.