Behavioral Ways to deal with Early Intercession with Extreme introvertedness.


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Behavioral Approaches to Early Intervention with Autism WAYNE W. FISHER Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Autism and Childhood Schizophrenia Once thought to be a type of schizophrenia Differs from schizophrenia as far as manifestations, time of onset, family history, etiology, and reaction to treatment

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Definition of Autism especially irregular or hindered improvement in : social connection correspondence and uniquely confined collection of exercises and interests.

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Definition of Autism (proceeded with) Definitions are shabby, yet clarifications are beloved, and we should be mindful so as not to befuddle them. David Palmer, 2004

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Autism Spectrum Disorders Neurological disarranges described by "severe and inescapable hindrance in a few territories of advancement Autistic Disorder Asperger\'s Disorder Childhood Disintegrative Disorder (CDD) Rett\'s Disorder PDD-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS)

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Prevalence of Autism Typically analyzed inside initial three years 2 to 6 in 1,000 people (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2001) Four times more pervasive in young men than young ladies

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NIH Research Dollars Devoted to Autism When contrasted and different genuine adolescence conditions, extreme introvertedness is substantially more regular, yet less dollars per case are spent on a mental imbalance.

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Prevalence of Autism and Other Conditions (Number of Cases per 10,000 Children) 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Autism Juvenile Diabetes Muscular Dystrophy Leukemia Cystic Fibrosis

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NIH Research Dollars for Autism and Other Conditions (Number of Dollars per Case) $140,000 $120,000 $100,000 $80,000 $60,000 $40,000 $20,000 $-Autism Juvenile Diabetes Muscular Dystrophy Leukemia Cystic Fibrosis

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Demographics of Autism Knows no racial, ethnic, or social limits Family salary, way of life, and instructive levels don\'t influence the shot of a mental imbalance\'s event Diagnosis of a mental imbalance is developing at a rate of 10-17% every year (U.S. Division of Education, 2002)

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Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism No medicinal tests for diagnosing a mental imbalance Accurate conclusion depends on perception of the individual\'s correspondence, conduct, and formative levels. A mental imbalance Diagnostic Interview-R (ADI-R) Home and/or school perception Video examination of behavioral perception

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Identifying the Genetic Bases of Autism Spectrum Disorders Etiologic workups distinguish particular hereditary reasons for extreme introvertedness in around 20% of cases. At the Munroe-Meyer Institute, Dr. Schaefer and associates (2006) built up a 3-Tiered Approach that distinguishes hereditary causes in 40% of cases.

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Early Screening for Autism (NICHD) Does not jibber jabber or coo by 12 months Does not motion (point, wave, handle) by 12 months Does not say single words by 16 months Does not say two-word phrases on his or her own particular by 24 months Has any loss of any dialect or social expertise at any age

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Early Screening for Autism (CHAT) Does not show imagine play (e.g., putting on a show to drink from a toy container) Does not indicate at items demonstrate interest Does not indicate enthusiasm for other youngsters despises look a-boo find the stowaway or other social recreations Does not convey and indicate articles to guardians

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Associated Disorders Mental Retardation 70% 15% Seizure Disorder 35% 10% Self-Injury, Aggression half Tourette Disorder Bipolar Disorder Autism ASD

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Associated Etiologic Diagnoses Fragile-X disorder Tuberous Sclerosis Williams disorder Landau-Kleffner disorder Congenital Rubella Smith-Magenis disorder Neurofibromatosis

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Genetics and Twin Studies Autism keeps running in families Heritability for a mental imbalance is around 90% Monozygotic twin concordance, 60%-100% Dizygotic twin concordance, 10% Associated with anomalies on chromosomes 7q, 2q, and 15q

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) What is ABA? How is it not quite the same as different methodologies? How is it done?

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Baer, Wolf, & Risley (1968) APPLIED — endeavors to create fast and clear advantage to issues of social significance; BEHAVIORAL — utilizes objective and exact estimation of the conduct of interest; ANALYSIS — utilizes controlled (single-case) techniques to comprehend the ecological variable(s) that impact an individual\'s conduct.

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Historical Roots of Behavior Analysis 1911 Thorndike-L aw of impact 1924 Watson-Behaviorism 1927 Pavlov-Conditioned Reflexes 1938-Skinner Behavior of Organisms 1950\'s-B ehavioral applications reported in exploratory diaries 1968-Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis

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How Effective is ABA for Autism? Around half of Children with extreme introvertedness and gentle mental impediment who got early mediation with ABA accomplish typical IQs and are taught in consistent classrooms with insignificant help.

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Outcomes of ABA for Autism 35 30 25 20 Increases in IQ Scores r = .79 15 p < .02 10 5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Hours for each Week of Treatment

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How Effective is ABA for Autism? Early Intervention of Autism utilizing ABA has been suggested by: New York State Dept. of Health U.S. Top health spokesperson National Research Council Association for Science in Autism Treatment

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Why is ABA Effective? ABA created from and remains firmly connected to essential exploration on the standards of learning and conduct. A focal guideline of ABA is called " Selection by Consequences. " In a given domain, practices that produce favorable results are chosen (or proceed to occur) and those that produce unfavorable consequences are stifled.

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Why is ABA Effective? (proceeded with) ABA has built up a wide assortment of methods for distinguishing the precursors and results that impact conduct. We improve the predecessors and outcomes in the earth so that fitting conduct is chosen (or re-happens) and issue conduct is stifled.

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Why is ABA Effective? (proceeded with) Specific techniques incorporate Shaping Chaining Prompting Fading Extinction Reinforcement Generalization methodologies, and so on

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Why is ABA Effective with Autism? Complete : Teaches all aptitudes (e.g., sitting, going to, mimicking, bearing after, dialect, social abilities, self improvement abilities). Objective and Data Driven : The emphasis on target estimation and investigation of conduct gives continuous input on advancement and mishaps.

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Example of Individual Goals for Billy Decease self-damaging conduct Increase eye contact Increase unconstrained asking for Increase marking abilities Increase utilization of yes and no Increase impersonation aptitudes Increase coordinating abilities Increase letter distinguishing proof Increase self-sustaining abilities

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Teaching Imitation Using Discrete Trials Starts with basic reactions (e.g., applauding). Sessions comprising of 10 trials; every trial begins with the advisor saying "Do this" and after that displaying the objective reaction. Any estimate of applauding, results in conveyance of a favored reinforcer (e.g., toy). Something else, the advisor directs the kid\'s hands to finish the reaction and afterward starts the following trial.

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Teaching Imitation Using Discrete Trials (proceeded with) Once the main reaction is aced, the same method would be utilized to educate a second reaction (e.g., waving). After two reactions are aced in individual sessions, they would then again be introduced in the same session (e.g., "Do this" [clapping]; "Do this" [waving]). After some time, extra reactions are included until the youngster quickly copies any new activity the specialist does taking after the brief, "Do this."

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Generalization of Skills educated amid discrete trials are then summed up to normal settings. e.g., Clapping when another youngster answers correctly amid gathering guideline or at a recital or school get together. e.g., Waving to someone else when going into or leaving a room.

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100 Baseline Differential Reinforcement + Feedback 90 80 70 60 PERCENTAGE CORRECT (TOTAL) 50 40 30 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 SESSIONS Billy: Imitating a Model

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Why is ABA Effective with Autism? (proceeded) Empirical Emphasis : Treatments depend on standards and methods bolstered by exploration. Force Level : 25 to 40 hours for each week for a long time.

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Early Behavioral Intervention for Autism Lovaas, 1987; McEachin et al., 1993; Smith et al., 2000 Year 1- - diminish abnormal conduct, show going to, impersonation, direction taking after, talking in short expressions, play abilities, and self improvement aptitudes

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Early Behavioral Intervention for Autism (proceeded with) Year 2- - expand expressive vocabulary, more conceptual ideas, stretch out treatment to gathering and group settings Year 3- - pre-scholarly and scholastic aptitudes, fitting passionate expression, observational learning, and cooperations and companionships with regularly creating peers

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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Early, Intensive ABA for Autism Average lifetime cost for a man with a mental imbalance is over $4 million Average expense of Early, Intensive ABA is $150,000 over around 3 years Average lifetime funds from ABA Treatment is amongst $1.6 and $2.7 million

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Assessing Children with Autism Periodic appraisal for conclusion and administration Ongoing evaluation for mediation

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Periodic Assessment for Diagnosis and Management Identify the kid\'s general qualities and impediments Determine the proper determination or findings Set the worldwide objectives for treatment

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Components of a Diagnostic Assessment Genetic/Etiologic workup Assessment of conduct/manifestations Formal audiologic assessment Cognitive testing Assessment of adap

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