Autism AutismOutlineThesis statement: Autism is not nearly as widely known as the familiar Down?s syndrome, yet, surprisingly, autism is far mode widespread?.
So what is it exactlyI. Definition of autismA. Spectrum disorderB.
Communication disorderII. Causes and effects of autismA. Causes1. Psychological causes2. Abnormal brain structure3. Exposure to toxic agentsB. Effects1.
Speech disorder2. Mental retardation3. High intelligenceIII. Behavior of autistic individualsA. IndifferenceB. Repetitive activitiesC.
LonelinessD. Weird actionsIV. Treatment and frequency of autismA. Treatment1. No effective treatment2.
Some hopeB. Frequency1. In the U.
S.A2. Around the globeV. Education of autistic individualsA. Important parents? roleB.
Special educational centers.AutismA little girl named Jenny, quietly sits alone in a corner, racking back and forth, humming to herself. Her classmates roam about in a chaotic manner, casually conversing, and inadvertently ignoring the little girl. She never participates in the collective games, but she prefers to play alone.
And, if anyone calls her name, she stays totally indifferent as if she has not heard anything. Her behavior was absolutely weird and unexpected comparing to the children in her age? Jenny?s parents begin to wonder: is it just a phase or something more They learn soon that it is something more? With little more observation than that of what her parents have observed, jenny?s pediatrician decided that she should be tested for autism. As he expected, the test turned out to be positive: Yes, Jenny was an autistic, 2002, autism, children, disorder, waltz, individuals, child, persons, people, help, symptoms, state, results, parents, others, one, ohio, often, however, effective, disorders, brasic, very, range, out, never, intelligence, first, even, cases, care, behavioral, been