Pervasive Development Disorder

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Syndro erg The Learning Syndrom Clinic AspergerS Asp erge ome er

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Syndro erg The Learning Syndrom Clinic AspergerS Asp Transition Program A Model for Student erge Transition to Community-ome er based Independence

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maaps Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools May 07, 2004 Presented by: Kathleen A. McGrady, Psy. D. Kenneth H. Holt, LCSW Pamela Ruff, Transition School Faculty The Learning Clinic The Learning Clinic

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Pervasive Development Disorder Category of Diagnosis that incorporates Autism, Rett's Disorder, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, and PDD NOS. Truly, other indicative names in this class have included Childhood Schizophrenia and Autistic Psychopathy. The Learning Clinic

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Syndro erg Syndrom AspergerS Asp W ho is the A sperger I ndividual? erge ome er The Learning Clinic The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Criteria The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Criteria Pragmatic dialect expertise shortfalls not a portion of DSM-IV or ICD-10 criteria yet ought to be incorporated for differential analysis. The Learning Clinic

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Other Developmental Issues Deviation from ordinary improvement Do not "Exceed" Developmental Deficits Stress Impairs Performance Co-Morbid Diagnosis Impairs Overall Functioning The Learning Clinic

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Medications Cognitive Functioning The Learning Clinic

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Age/Time Psychological Symptoms The Learning Clinic

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Grade Clinical Symptoms and Learning Disabilities The Learning Clinic

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C O G N I T I O N Memory Higher Order Process Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation Organization Flexibility Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delas C O G N I T I O N Wide Band of Knowledge Problem Solving Verbal-Performance IQ Attention Shift Rule and Governing Behavior The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay L A N G U A G E Pragmatics Syntax Meaning: Connotative Denotative The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay L A N G U A G E Processing Speed Expression Duration The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay S P E C H Prosody Pedantic Elocution Volume The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay M O T O R Fine Control Gross Control Coordination Regulation The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay S E N S O R Y P R E C E P T I O N Visual Integration Kinesthetic Tactile Accuity Gestalt Integration of different Senses The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay S O C I A L Cue Identification Responsive to others Isolate Rude Aggressive The Learning Clinic

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Asperger Syndrome Pervasive Developmental Delay S O C I A L Boundary Acceptance Maintain Social Roles (e.g., understudy, child, little girl, companion) Self-Regulate The Learning Clinic

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Competing Clinical Behaviors Perseveration Obsessive Thought Rigid Cognitive Style Inability to Shift from "Individual View" to Data - Based Decision The Learning Clinic

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Competing Clinical Behaviors/Continued Confabulation Affirming False Information "Taking" Sexually Inappropriate Actions and Statements The Learning Clinic

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Competing Clinical Behaviors/Continued Violation of Boundaries Cognitive Disorientation and Distortion The Learning Clinic

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Syndro erg Syndrom AspergerS Asp W cap are the P riorities of the A sperger S yndrome S tudent? erge ome er The Learning Clinic The Learning Clinic

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Priorities of the Asperger Student 1. Autonomy How to discover and utilize assets and self-advocate Work Experience Paid business and humanitarian effort The Learning Clinic

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Priorities of the Asperger Student 3A. Shared Living as opposed to Living Alone Advantages and inconveniences of each 3B. Resources How to discover assets, e.g., specialists, therapists, and so forth. The Learning Clinic

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Priorities of the Asperger Student 4A. Social Activities How to discover assets for the sake of entertainment exercises? How to make companions and discover others with basic interests? How to manage the inclination to confine? The Learning Clinic

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Priorities of the Asperger Student 4B. Medication How would you know when you require solution Who do you go to for help The Learning Clinic

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Priorities of the Asperger Student College Experience What it takes to be fruitful in school Problem-Solving How to join forces with others to take care of issues The Learning Clinic

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Priorities of the Asperger Student 6. Critical thinking/Continued Expressing issues straightforwardly Independent critical thinking as opposed to joining The Learning Clinic

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Which Asperger Symptoms Compete with Independence? Age Degree of Anosognosia Over time, manifestations get to be egosyntonic The Learning Clinic

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Syndro erg Syndrom AspergerS Asp H ow D o S tudents A ssess and C omment on T beneficiary E xperience? erge ome er The Learning Clinic The Learning Clinic

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How Can We Assess Readiness for Independence? The Learning Clinic Pragmatic Skills Survey The Learning Clinic Transition & Independent Living Skills Assessment The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living Housing Acquisition & Leases Home Management The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 2. Nourishment Meal Planning & Preparation Dining Clean-up & Food Storage The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 3. Cash Management Budgeting & Taxes Banking & Credit Consuming The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 4. Transportation Type of Transportation & Costs Independent Travel Obtaining Driver's License Vehicle Maintenance The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 5. Relaxation Exercise Routine Community Activities Personal Hobbies Community Groups The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 6. Legitimate Awareness Responsibilities of Adulthood Contracts Constitutional Rights The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 6. Legitimate Awareness/Continued Misdemeanor versus Felony Resources for Legal Obligations Sexual Harassment The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 7. Wellbeing First Aid Self-Administer Prescription Medications Personal Hygiene Stress-Control Strategies The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 8. Time Management Realistic Goals Time of Day Most/Least Productive Priorities - Establish and Organize Appointment Book or Calendar The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 8. Time Management/Continued Step - Wise "Chomp Size" Goals Self - Reward Identify Basic Needs Schedule Time to Meet Basic Needs The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 9. Individual Safety at Home Smoke Alarm - Check Operation Monthly Fire Drill Procedures & Fire Extinguisher Post Emergency Numbers The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 9. Individual Safety at Home/Continued Basic First Aid First Aid Supplies Hazardous Materials Lock Doors in the Home The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 10. Individual Safety in the Community Walking in the Community at Night Public Transportation Dating The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 11. Individual Safety amid Dating Relationships Sexual Abstinence Social Gender Boundaries STD's Methods of Contraception "Safe" Sex Practice The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Free Living 12. Individual Presentation Appropriate Clothing for Different Settings Clothing: Needs versus Wants Budgeting and Shopping for Clothes The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 12. Individual Presentation/Continued Cleaning Different Types of Clothing Female: Appropriate Use of Make-up/Hair Care The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Autonomous Living 12. Individual Presentation/Continued Male: Proper Grooming/Hair & Shaving Body Language: Personal versus Professional The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Group Resources Access Community Health Resources Completion of Medical Forms 911/Local Emergency Numbers Health Insurance & It's Use Community Services: Library, Legal Aid, Adult Education, Leisure The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Group Service/Volunteer Opportunities Community Service Opportunities Value of Volunteering Ten Hours/Month - Minimum per Quarter The Learning Clinic

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What Does a Transition Program Include? Professional Readiness, Training & Post-Secondary Educati

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