By Kate Wall
This re-creation of the best ebook in autism and early years perform keeps to supply very good counsel for all early adolescence scholars and practitioners on how one can paintings with teenagers who've autism, or who look at the autistic spectrum. Kate Wall’s clever phrases will resonate with all, as she units out transparent and life like feedback for methods to incorporate children with autism in mainstream settings, aiding her suggestion with case stories in accordance with her personal adventure as a practitioner. each one bankruptcy additionally appears at key concerns and provides feedback for dialogue.
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At this time professionals should also give due acknowledgement to the individual needs of family members, as mothers, fathers, grandparents and siblings may each react very differently and require individual attention and consideration. Herbert and Carpenter (1994) reported on the father’s ‘marginalization’ from the situation as they were often expected to be the supportive carer and partner to the mother, which clearly denied their needs to experience their own emotions, feelings and concerns.
Physical characteristics include large, prominent ears and an elongated face. (g) Angelman syndrome. Also caused by a chromosome defect wherein some similarities can be seen between Angelman syndrome and autism. However, children with Angelman syndrome invariably have severe learning difficulties. Sometimes this syndrome is referred to as ‘Happy Puppet’ syndrome as children present with a smiling face and hold their arms out stiffly rather like a puppet. The preceding list of disorders linked with autism, and/or those that sometimes appear with autism in children is considerable but not exhaustive.
Again, many parents have reported on their struggles to secure diagnoses, such as Stephanie Brobbin (cited in NAS 2008e) who stated that: My son is six years old and he got his diagnosis 18 months ago. It feels like I have been silently fighting for the last six years; fighting to get somebody else to notice, fighting to get help, fighting to get answers. As he is my first born, one of my hardest battles has been trying to get people to accept that I’m not an over-anxious parent – that I haven’t been seeing a problem that wasn’t really there.