Autism Effects: Difficulty and understanding what is happening around them.
And inability to predict what happen.
They discovered that the activation patterns for a given concept were very similar across people. So if two people think of a banana, there is a very similar activation pattern happening. But with emotions and social interactions, the patterns were different. “Hugging, or persuading or adoring or hating is different if you have autism,” Just said. People with autism are known to have altered social interactions and their thoughts with their interactions. “It succeeded to such a great extent that we’re able to identify whether a person was autistic or not by the way that their brain activated social concepts,” “In paranoia, there is heightened thought of persecution," Just said. "So if this technique can generalize, and that’s in the process of being tested, then maybe or possibly even all psychiatric illnesses could be diagnosed this way."
The school district generally provides these services through the special education department, based on an assessment and planning process that includes a team of experts and intervention providers and the child’s parents. The document that spells out the student’s needs and how they will be met is the Individualized Education Program. It describes a student’s strengths and weaknesses, sets measureable goals and objectives for the student, and provides details about the supports and accommodations that will be used to meet them. For students who do not qualify for special education services, but still have a disability that requires support, accommodations.
For teaching kids with Autism the suggest.
1. Create a classroom routine. Students with autism appreciate routine.
2.Give fewer choices. Students with autism can get overwhelmed when given list style selections.
3.Use appropriate technology. There is so much helpful technology for kids with Autism.
4. Treat them like any other kid as much as possible. Make sure students with autism get the “kid” experience, not the “autistic kid” experience, or the “special needs” treatment.