Autism or Autistic

Signs Of Persuasive Developmental Disorder
Not Otherwise Specified

Autism is a brain development disorder characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior. These signs all begin before a child is three years old. The autism spectrum disorders (ASD) also include related conditions with milder signs and symptoms.

Autism has a strong genetic basis, although the genetics of autism are complex and it is unclear whether ASD is explained more by multigene interactions or by rare mutations. In rare cases, autism is strongly associated with agents that cause birth defects. Other proposed causes, such as childhood vaccines, are controversial, and the vaccine hypotheses lack any convincing scientific evidence. The prevalence of ASD is about 6 per 1,000 people, with about four times as many boys as girls. The number of people known to have autism has increased dramatically since the 1980s, partly due to changes in diagnostic practice; the question of whether actual prevalence has increased is unresolved.

Autism affects many parts of the brain; how this occurs is not understood. Parents usually notice signs in the first two years of their child's life. Although early behavioral or cognitive intervention can help children gain self-care, social, and communication skills, there is no known cure. Few children with autism live independently after reaching adulthood, but some become successful, and an autistic culture has developed, with some seeking a cure and others believing that autism is a condition rather than a disorder.

Autism is a brain development disorder characterized by impaired social interaction and communication

Signs of Persuasive Developmental Disorder

Children with Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS) show different signs at different times. This is one of the reasons they are not classified as fully Autistic.

Lets look at one of the signs associated with PDD-NOS.

Unusual Behaviours

Children with Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified often exhibit unusual behaviours. Some of these behaviours can include repetitive actions. The repetitive actions can include hand flapping or movements of their fingers.

They may insist on eating the same food for every meal. They may become focused on one topic and learn everything they can about that topic.

For example they may take a liking to baseball. They then will learn everything they can about baseball. They might be able to tell you all the stats for their favourite team.

Children with PDD-NOS often have a hard time with change. They want their routine to be the same everyday. The littlest change can set them up for a meltdown. They may arrange their toys a certain way and if someone disturbs them it can be devastating to the child.

Teaching them new skills can be very hard to do. They do not want to change their routine to allow time to learn the new skill. They may also not want to learn a new skill just because it is different. They like doing the same things, and learning something new changes that.

 

More Articles

 

Some children with Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified will develop an attachment to some object.

They may like the way the object feels in their hand. Children with PDD-NOS usually like a certain texture. They will keep switching objects until they find one that makes them feel comfortable. The object could be something unusual like a rubber band, or a piece of fabric. When they find an object they like it may be hard to take the object from the child.

They can also have an attachment to a smell, or taste. If their mother was to change her perfume it could upset the child. If their clothes were to be washed in a new detergent they may not want to wear them.

Something as simple as using a different type of soap could trigger an uneasy feeling for a child with Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified.

Sensory issues are often found in children with PDD-NOS. They might not want a parent to hug or cuddle them, but they like to rough house. Kids with Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified might like the way a certain food feels in their mouth.

They will only want to eat this food for each meal. This can make getting the proper nutrition difficult. Sometimes loud sounds can bother these children, or they ignore them completely. This makes the parents question a hearing problem when really it is PDD-NOS.

Unusual behaviours are just one sign of Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified. There are many other signs. If you see signs like this in your child mention it to their doctor. They can tell you if it is something to be concerned about.

More Articles

... found in capsule for or liquid. Some children have trouble swallowing the capsule. The liquid form can be found in a flavourless type that is mixed in a drink. Music Therapy Several studies have found music therapy to be very beneficial to the Autistic child. Sometimes an Autistic child will sing along ... 

Read Full Article  

... them posted for your child to see, and stick to the schedule the best you can. An example of a schedule you can use if found below. 7 AM Wake up, get dressed and ready for the day 8 AM Breakfast 9 AM Therapy Appointment at home 11 AM Free time/ Play time 12 PM Lunch 1 PM Outdoor Play 2 PM Arts and Crafts ... 

Read Full Article  

... the child. An example of some services that might be included in an IEP are extra time when completing class work, have tests read aloud to the child, or an aide is provided for the child. Each IEP will be different for each child. The IEP will be evaluated on a yearly basis unless the parents request ... 

Read Full Article  

... textures. This can make choosing clothing difficult. After all of the assessments are complete the team will meet and decide if the child has met the criteria for a diagnosis of Persuasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified. If the child is found to have PDD-NOS a treatment plan will be created. ... 

Read Full Article  

... issues. 6. Do not force your child to do something they are not comfortable doing. For example do not make them go to a amusement park if they do not like loud noises and lots of people. Consider bringing a qualified person to watch your child while you visit the park. They could do an activity that your ... 

Read Full Article  

Autism - Link Partners

Recommend this site to a Friend

Main Index or Home Page

AUTISM - ALTERNATIVE ENERGY - GLOBAL WARMING -
HAIR TRANSPLANT
- LASIK - SECURITY CAMERAS
SOLAR POWER - TEEN WEIGHT LOSS

IF YOU CAN'T FIND THE INFORMATION OR THE PRODUCT
THAT YOUR LOOKING FOR - CHECK OUT THE CLICKBANK CATALOGUE
Over 10,000 Products to Choose From!

Business to Business  -  Health & Fitness  -  Home & Family
Computing & Internet  -  Money & Employment  -  Marketing & Ads
Fun & Entertainment  -  Sports & Recreation  -  Society & Culture

Google

TO FIND OUT ALL ABOUT AUTISM - CLICK HERE

Mail Order Products

If you're into Niche Resale Rights Products then check out my other eBooks Site
which has 120 + different eBook Packages and still growing.

Quality & Quantity in 'Master Resale Rights Products'
100 + Separate Packages for you to choose from!

The Ultimate Recipe Collection [COOK BOOKS]
CURRENTLY [57] DIFFERENT RECIPE E-BOOKS ON THIS PAGE
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LIST

Dunway Enterprises || Dunway Sitemap

WebMaster & Site Design by Ken Dunn

Dunway's Network of Joint Venture Sites

CLICK HERE TO SEND MAIL

Copyright [c] Dunway Enterprises

Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Copyright All Rights Reserved

DUNWAY.COM - DUNWAY.BIZ - DUNWAY.INFO - DUNWAY.US - DUNWAY.ORG

AUSSIE-SLANG.COM

Autism Articles