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  • Thesis is explaining what autism is about and how it works. It talks about how autism is diagnosed as a child and continues into adulthood. It explains the main disabilities and what skill are developed. There have been many advances to autism but still there is no known cure.\n
  • One of my cousin’s has autism spectrum disorder, and I’m really familiar with working with her but i wanted to learn more about what the disorder actually is and how it effects her. I want people to reach out and help others and try to make a difference in there lives. I know my cousin helped me become a better person and really touched my life.\n
  • The word autism comes from the Greek word autos which means self. For the past 100 years this disorder autism spectrum disorder. In the year 1911 Eugen Bleuler a psychiatrist who was the first to diagnose the disease. When autism was found it was used to describe emotionally disturbed children, still not knowing the entire mean of the disorder. This was because it was still early and the researchers have not looked into the autism disorder as much. \n\n\n
  • In 1943, Dr. Leo Kanner explained what autism was and how it worked. He was able to explain this because he had been observing eleven children since they were born for six years who showed the early signs of autism. The years were 1938 to 1943. By his research and understanding this study made it more clear. Kanner observed different children and had to do many tests and compare the difference in each child to make sure his studies were correct.\n
  • Autism is a severe developmental disorder. Children who have this disorder appear and look to be normal but do not act like it. The disorder is different in each person who has it. The cases of autism can range. Some only have it very lightly and are able to interact with others. In other cases they might not be able to talk. That is why i find autism so interesting because it affects everyone so differently. \n\n
  • Mostly researchers look for a delay in social interaction, the way they act and speak. Those are the three main areas health professors look for to find autism. Some childrens symptoms begin right at infancy and others may not develop until they are toddlers. Those who have autism usually have a certain routine they are used to. If that routine were to change they might tend to get confused. \n\n
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  • Autism makes a person feel uninvited to a conversation making them not want to associate with others. When having a conversation with someone who has autism they may not look you in the eye or even look at you at all. Sometimes they purposely distract themselves by doing something else and dont care to listen to you. The have a hard time understanding feelings of others. \n\n\n
  • People with autism usually begin talking at a later age. it takes them a longer time to put sentences together and words. you just have to be patient with them. \n\n\n
  • These skills are different in every child. Some dont like to talk to others and some cant stop talking once they get started. It depends on their comfort level. \n
  • Someone with autism usually has sensory problems and are sensitive to things they interact with everyday. a normal reaction to hearing something loud unusual to their hearing is to cover their ears and scream because they feel uncomfortable. seeing new textures can make them confused and again uncomfortable and same goes for the taste and smells. if a child becomes upset because of sensory issues then usually tend to be want to be left alone. \n
  • autism is not just called autism, its called autism spectrum disorder. Spectrum disorder is an entire range of disorders that have common features with one another. Another reason why this disorder is known as a spectrum disorder, is because of how mild someone can have the disorder to how severe someone might have the it. There are three different types of autism spectrum disorder, autism disorder, aspergers syndrome, and pervasive developmental disorder. \n
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  • Children with pervasive developmental disorder have delays is very basic skills that children at the age of three should already have and should have no problems developing these basic motor skills. This disorder is awfully close to autism spectrum disorder and falls under the category. The definition of pervasive is to be present throughout which is not what pervasive developmental disorder is. Children who have the disorder do not have issues in all areas but just one specific area. All other areas of the child function normally. The child with this disorder has problems in communicating with others and social interactions. Also is there is any change in their routine they will become very confused and aggravated with everyone around them.\n
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  • In my family we dont look at my cousin as having a disorder but as being different and unique. There is no known cure for autism but there are many different ways to help those with the disorder. There has always been a search to find a cure. No case is the same and the signs in two different people could be similar but the disorder can range in all different areas.\n\n\n
  • Its still unclear as to what exactly causes autism, but for the past couple years there has been a gene mutation study that researchers are looking for. There are alot of genes related to brain functions and they may mutate causing autism. its said that 30-50% are inherited. \n\n\n
  • Is it Genetic? This question is hard to answer because researchers are still not positive of the answer. Even though there are families with one autistic child there are many families with more than one autisitic child. Studies have shown that a gene with familial autism is found in chromosome 13. Autism is different in every family. Some families it is passed on from generation to generation. Most families with autism do not have strong family history of the disorder. \n
  • When autism was first found it was found in five out of every ten thousand children. Now its found in every sixty of ten thousand. It shown to be more common in boys than girls. \n\n\n
  • This relates back to how common autism is. BOys are more likely to have autism with a 4 to 1 chance then girls but when girls do have the disorder it is usually much more severe and has a greater impairment from the world. There is no explanation to why this is but this is what studies have shown. Every day there is 1.5 million americans who are effected with autism. \n
  • Again a child who has autism do not show the signs of autism usually until they reach the age 3. They may show normal signs of developmental all the way up to 3. When that child does begin to show signs they must go through a series of tests to be sure that this cause is autism. The major test are talking by practitioner who has a good back ground on autism and other disorders that relate to autism as well. The practitioner must perform a medical examination and a physical examination. If the doctors find weakness on one side of the body of child and more reflexes then usual then the doctor conducts that the child has abnormal brain activity and needs and MRI examination. \n
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  • When interacting with some with autism they are usually not very social at first but again that all depends on how serious the case is. You should not approach someone with autism that doesnt know you, let them get to know you first. Autistic kids tend to keep to themselves for most of the time and also when put with a group of people they keep their distance from the group of people and like to do their own thing showing little or no emotion at all. \n
  • The applied behavior analysis is a technique used for treating autism. This treatment is known to be very expensive therefore not widely used by parents liket his idea and are trying to find ways to have their children have the opportunity. The reason why parents are so keen on having this treatment for children is because the teacher comes into the child’s home and having one on one teaching lesson with that child. \n
  • Screen tests start at early child when the child begins to show signs of autism. The earlier these symptoms are found the easier it is for the doctors to determine which of the types of autism the may child. The first way anyone would recognize signs of autism spectrum disorder would be in the childs behavior. If the child is distant and not very social there is a good chance the child has some form of autism or the beginning stages. The next step is to test the child is physical tests. Such as physical examinations, their weights and height, hearing tests.\n
  • It is common sense not to do drugs or drink any sort of alcohol during a mothers pregnancy with a child but any of those could result in a child having autism. you must also not take any presciption pills unless they were prescribed by your doctor, this is where chemical exposure falls under. After an infant in born another way to avoiding autism is to have your child put in early treatment. if there are any signs of your child having autism this is a good idea. \n
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  • Early intervention applies to children of school age or younger who are discovered to have or be at risk of developing a handicapping condition or other special need that may affect their development. Early intervention consists in the provision of services such children and their families for the purpose of lessening the effects of the condition. Early intervention can be remedial or preventive in nature--remediating existing developmental problems or preventing their occurrence.\n\n\n
  • Currently there is no medication to take for autism. The behavior and emotional problems include aggression, anxiety mood swings, tantrums, and irritability. There might not ever be one but there will always be medication tot ake to treat all the affects that come along with autism. \n
  • There are many differnt treatments for treating autism. Depending on what case there is there will be a different treatment that the child will recei\\\n=ve. Therapy is the main treatment for autism. The threee different types of therapy are behavior and communication, medical and dietary and complementary therapy. The behavior and communication therapy focuses on the areas of behavior, communication, sensory integaration and social skill development. Medical and dietary focuses on use antibiotics the drugs are mostly used to treat anxiety, attention problems, depressions, and hyperactivity.\n
  • Right now there is no cure for autism spectrum disorder and it is unlikely that there will ever be a cure but no one will ever stop looking. Researcher, health professor, family members, and ones with autism will keep furthering their search for the cure. There are so many treatments and opportunities out there for those who have autism but that will never be enough to actually cure the disorder that is why we will never stop looking.\n
  • the symbol for autism is the puzzle piece banner being all different colors. The reason for puzzles pieces is because they are still trying to find a cure. and it is said that each child with autism has their own piece of the puzzle, and the different colors represents the diversity and different ranges of the disorder and how their special in their own way.\n\n\n
  • April is the one month out of the year that the United States has decided to dedicate to autism awareness. The united states has been celebrating autism awareness month since the 1970’s. Dedicating an entire month to autism gives the people who do not associate with someone who has autism someone who has autism how important it is to stay involved and help as much as possible. The concern has been increasing throughout the year. I myself do not have a family member with autism but yet i remain fully involved as much as possible and i love it. \n
  • Today if someone really wanted to help with the autism cause there are numerous ways for them to be involved. There are plenty of websites informing the new advances of autism and explaining exactly what the disorder is. There are walk events for autism every month until the end of the year. Then the walk events will be scheduled for the next year. \n
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  • I worked with my aunt and uncles special needs baseball team. It really gave me an opportunity to get to know the kids and work with them each individually. I got to see how they interacted with each other and they each were completely different. For the baseball team, I would helped them with there batting, fielding, and run around the bases with them. I had to deal with each kid really differently because they all liked to do things a certain way. \n
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  • Autism Awareness By: Jamie Mazzi
  • Thesis • Autism Spectrum Disorder starts out at a young age and continues into adulthood with delays in social interaction, communication, and different skills that are developed. Although there has been many new studies, there is still no known cure, and that is why we never stop trying to solve the puzzle.http://media.photobucket.com/image/autism/shygirl_236415/autism.jpg?o=33
  • Personal Relevance
  • History Autism comes from “Autos,” Greek Eugen Bleuler first to discover in 1911 Emotionally disturbed children The word autism has been used for over 100 years.Mayo Clinic. “Autism.” Autism. Mayo Clinic, 2011. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.mayoclinic.com/‌health/‌autism/‌DS00348>.http://autismcauses1.com/autism-stories
  • History Leo Kanner was the first to introduce autism to the world. 1960’s medical researchers had an understanding of autism. 1980’s-90’s, when learning facilities opened up for autism.Mayo Clinic. “Autism.” Autism. Mayo Clinic, 2011. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.mayoclinic.com/‌health/‌autism/‌DS00348>.http://media.photobucket.com/image/autism/stephanyluvzyooh/autism.jpg?o=143
  • What is Autism First signs begin at birth or early childhood. A developmental disorder. Affects child socially, emotionally, and mentally.Autism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.autismclassroom.com/strategies/parents/communication-encouragement/
  • Signs of Autism Main Problem Areas Social, Language, Behavior Signs usually start when child is born.Autism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.southasianparent.com/parenting-101/cultural-autism/
  • Video
  • Social Skills • Fails to respond to his or her name • Poor eye contact • Tends not to listenMayo Clinic. “Autism.” Autism. Mayo Clinic, 2011. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.mayoclinic.com/‌health/‌autism/‌DS00348>.http://mudirect.missouri.edu/degprog/autism/index.shtm
  • Language Skills Loses ability to say words Speaks with abnormal toneMayo Clinic. “Autism.” Autism. Mayo Clinic, 2011. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.mayoclinic.com/‌health/‌autism/‌DS00348>.http://www.masternewmedia.org/news/2007/05/19/autism_mercury_and_vaccines_likely.htm
  • Behavior Skills • Repetitive movement; spinning, hand clapping • Doesn’t like change • Fascinated by different objectsPurcell, Ardelle L. “Autism Awareness: Recognizing the Symptoms.” eLibrary. U.S. Department of Defense Information , 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http://laudyms.wordpress.com/2010/02/27/do-toxins-cause-autism/
  • Sensory Issues Sensitive Left alone Trouble balancing sensesAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.beca-aba.com/
  • Why is it called “Autism Spectrum Common Features Mild and severe symptoms 4 typesAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011.<http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.medinik.com/mental-disorders/art-activities-for-children-with-autism
  • Pervasive Delays in development of basic skills Age 3 symptoms showAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.bloggingforautism.com/category/autism-therapy/
  • The Mystery?Autism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://media.photobucket.com/image/autism/jessb_214/autism.jpg?o=151
  • CausesAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011.<http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.helpyourautisticchildblog.com/date/2008/09/
  • Genetic? Usually more that one autistic child in a family gets it Passed onBelli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail?vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b-f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%http://empowerednews.net/hollywood-stars-and-celebrity-athletes-join-the-center-for-autism-in-raising- much-needed-funds-for-children-with-autism-at-act-today’
  • Is it Common?“Improving the Lives of All Affected by Autism.” Autism Society. Autism Society, n.d. Web. 22 Dec. 2010. <http:/‌http://www.autism-society.org/‌site/‌PageServer?pagename=about_whatis>.http://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/Concerns/Autism/Index.html
  • Who does it effect?Belli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail?vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b-f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%http://louisville.edu/giving/autism/
  • DiagnosesAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011.<http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.hitautism.com/events
  • VIDEO
  • Interaction“Improving the Lives of All Affected by Autism.” Autism Society. Autism Society, n.d. Web. 22 Dec. 2010. <http:/‌http://www.autism-society.org/‌site/‌PageServer?pagename=about_whatis>. http://www.flickr.com/photos/buyoncegivetwice/3398352508/
  • Applied Behavior • Young Children • Teaching basic skills • One-on-One • Programs held at child’s homeBelli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail?vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b-f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%http://www.kidsandautism.com/social-stories-for-children-with-autism-problems-with-autistic-children-in-school.html
  • Tests and Exams • Screen tests at an early age • Physical tests“Improving the Lives of All Affected by Autism.” Autism Society. Autism Society, n.d. Web. 22 Dec. 2010. <http:/‌http://www.autism-society.org/‌site/‌PageServer?pagename=about_whatis>. http://www.hitautism.com/events
  • PreventionBelli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail?vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b-f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%40sessionmgr113&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=f5h&AN=47660797>.http://www.medinik.com/mental-disorders/art-activities-for-children-with-autism
  • Early Intervention Programshttp://www.opposingviews.com/questions/can-autism-be-cured-or-managed
  • Why Intervene Early?http://www.pe.com/localnews/sbcounty/stories/PE_News_Local_E_autism09.45a2539.htmlhttp://www.kidsource.com/kidsource/content/early.intervention.html
  • VIDEO
  • MedicineBelli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail?vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b-f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%http://www.acrxpharmacy.com/autism.html
  • TreatmentAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://psychcentral.com/news/2009/11/23/parental-guidance-plus-medications-aid-autistic-children/9725.html
  • Future TreatmentsAutism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.http://www.sheknows.com/sheknows-cares/articles/804624/the-official-dsm-ivtr-diagnostic-criteria-for-autistic-disorder
  • April is AUtism Awarene ss Monthhttp://media.photobucket.com/image/autism/FallenFaery_/autism.jpg?o=43
  • Help the Cause Websites Walk EventsBelli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail?vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b-f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%http://media.photobucket.com/image/autism/antcrusher/autism.jpg?o=256
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  • Application
  • APPLICATION VIDEO
  • Works Cited• Autism and PDD Support Network. “What is Autism.” Autism PDD. N.p., 2007. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.autism-pdd.net/>.• Belli, Brita. “The Search for Autism.” MasterFILE Premier. N.p., 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http://web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail? vid=4&hid=107&sid=f3ad632b- f48d-4033-84a6-2006c019f004%40sessionmgr113&bdata=JnNpdGU9Z Whvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=f5h&AN=47660797>.• Healthcare, McMaster University. “Autism.” Life Science Weekly (2005): n. pag. Print. Life Science Weekly.• “Improving the Lives of All Affected by Autism.” Autism Society. Autism Society, n.d. Web. 22 Dec. 2010. <http:/‌http://www.autism-society.org/‌site/‌ PageServer?pagename=about_whatis>.
  • Works Cited• Kraft, Ulrich. “Detecting Autism Early.” Literary Reference Center. MasterFILE Premier , n.d. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http:/‌http:// web.ebscohost.com/‌ehost/‌detail? vid=5&hid=107&sid=559a181c-5dc9-4dd7-9feb-359ed2e0b836%40sessionm gr112&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d %3d#db=f5h&AN=25603895>. The author Ulrich Kraftis a contributor to Gehirn & Geist.• Mayo Clinic. “Autism.” Autism. Mayo Clinic, 2011. Web. 3 Mar. 2011. <http:/‌http://www.mayoclinic.com/‌health/‌autism/‌DS00348>.• Purcell, Ardelle L. “Autism Awareness: Recognizing the Symptoms.” eLibrary. U.S. Department of Defense Information , 2010. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/‌elibweb/‌elib/‌do/‌document? set=search&dictionaryClick=&secondaryNav=&groupid=1&requestid=lib_ standard&resultid=5&edition=&ts=C03D4668737597056EFA6415D44CA 40F_1288829162842&start=1&publicationId=&urn=urn%3Abigchalk %3AUS%3BBCLib%3Bdocument%3B178452299>.