Australian Autism ADHD Foundation
Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Social Skills
Asperger’s syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in which the patient, whether child or adult, show problems in making social interactions with others and has a limited range of interests or activities. The patient may also be overly pedantic, use complex accurate words and have repetitive behaviors.
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• People with Aspergers Syndrome lack some social skills from birth, for example, ability to interpret someone’s body language.
• May find it difficult to adjust in changing routines.
• Seem to have no sense of sympathy or feelings.
• Such patients cannot distinguish between speech tones, delicate pitches, and accents of people.
• They cannot make eye contact therefore avoid facing people. Their speech lacks tone, pitch and accent, and therefore sometimes it becomes tough enough to underst
This disorder makes it difficult for children to perform well in school. In the school environment, children are required to concentrate on multiple tasks such as listening at the same time as writing and reading. Due to their attention difficulties they often have failed or are unable to understand the subtleties of social situations and as such are unable to navigate the murky waters of school playgrounds.
Therapeutic strategies for these patients include dietart and nutritional supplementation, special instructions, speech therapy, physical and occupational therapy. One important thing that every health care provider has to consider is that therapy needs to be reinforced with plenty of encouragement. Patients of Down’s syndrome need special care as they are more prone to health problems and conditions.
Down’s syndrome is due to a chromosomal defect resulting in intellectual disturbances and physical characteristics such as short physique and broad facial features. Symptoms of Down’s syndrome may include short height. A child, with Downs Syndrome usually grows slowly and is shorter than average. The Child with Down’s syndrome may have relatively weak muscles throughout the body.
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Down’s syndrome has no single form of therapeutic strategy. Down syndrome treatment in Melbourne at the Behavioural Neurotherapy Clinic is based on the person’s intellectual and physical needs such as personal weaknesses and strengths. Therapeutic strategies for these patients include dietart and nutritional supplementation, special instructions, speech therapy, physical and occupational therapy. One important thing that every health care provider has to consider is that therapy needs to be rein
Downs Syndrome::A person with Down’s syndrome, has an extra copy of chromosome 21 resulting in some physical and brain disorders. Previously, it was considered untreatable but now the success of some clinical trials brings some hope that Down’s syndrome may be treateable. (reported by scientists in the February 28 issue of the journal Science).
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