Вы здесь

Autism in children - how to identify © Аутизм у детей - диагностика


Topics https://www.youtube.com/user/1MGMU/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=1 1969, 21 min
Similar behavior occurs in healthy children.
In this video, we watch two girls sisters 4.5 years, and 18 months. Lucia, Jr., is busy manipulating her own clothes, and body members. Etna grimaces, expressing fears, fear. There is no northern activity between them. Even the only cameraman present in the ward has been deprived of attention.
The following girl shows partial, limited contact with adults. Note that the child is facing the body part of an adult, but not his personality.
Any occupation takes the form of stereotypes.
Let's get back to Lucia.
Trying to get her attention. It is not persistent, the child quickly "returns to himself." Directed attention is completely absent.
Normally, in children even the most shy, there are always responses to the appearance of an adult, objects in the field of vision, and an eye-to-eye reflex with an adult who carries this item to the child. Including, and if an adult is unfamiliar.
With Lucia, it's the other way around. Interpersonal contact "you and me" is absent. These are called visual disregard (avoidance).
Compared to autistic children, retarded children demonstrate a need for attention in ways that are accessible to them.
Autistic children are deprived of arbitrary activities due to ambivalence, (Ambivalence (from lat. Ambo - “both” and lat. Valentia - “strength”) - the duality of attitude towards something, especially the duality of experience, expressed in that one an object evokes two opposite feelings in a person simultaneously.)
. Lucy behaves with a shoe as if she is red-hot. Etna, eating with appetite, demonstrates a rejection of food, is naughty.
William is having fun with the same rhythmic movements of his hands. (Magical thinking). Transferred from the mother’s hands to an outsider, he does not express either protest or interest. It only resumes monotonous pats. His mom's hair will attract him until she screams in pain. William sways. But this behavior is not pathognomic of autism. Autistic children are responsive to beating and flirting with them.
Lisa found use for the subject meaninglessly manipulating it.
In objects, and toys in particular, these children are not interested in purpose but in their physical properties. Making any toy rhythmic movements will be the content of the game.
Despite the fact that with age, the repertoire of manipulations is streamlined, the manipulations themselves with objects will continue until they are stopped from the side.
Alan's attention is attracted by the property of objects to rotate, and the pleasure received from this rotation will force him to rotate these objects again and again.
Not voiced symptoms of autism:
Failure of autonomous functioning,
Predisposition to "constancy" and hysteria in response to a change of scenery, strangers,
selective deafness.
Pays attention:
Inability to make contact, even with mom,
Lack of eye communication,
Manipulating parts of your body with foreign objects,
Paradoxical emotional reactions,
Pathological manipulation of a certain kind of objects,
Predisposition to pleasant sensations,
Uncontrolled manifestations of ambivalence,
Rotational stereotypes.