Asperger's Syndrome in Young Children: A Developmental Guide for Parents and Professionals

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Subject Index
advocacy 121–5
advocate
parent as 105–10, 121–5, 134, 143, 188, 264, 280–1
other specialists as 60, 281
teacher/school as 118, 239, 244–5, 261
therapist as 133, 145–48
aggressive behavior 10, 36, 47–9, 51, 60, 82, 84–9, 98–101, 114–19, 161, 182, 216–7
interventions for 259, 278, 294
anxiety 26, 28, 30, 38, 47, 50–1, 59, 63, 72, 74–5, 86, 96, 102, 181
disorder 59, 71, 72–4, 167
intervention for 140, 168, 174, 186–7, 252–3, 259–60, 266, 275–6
Asperger, Hans 10, 11
assessment 53–66, 87
behavioral component 57, 60–2, 65–6, 69–72, 79–82, 125
cognitive 61
cultural factors 17, 58, 66, 193
developmental 61–6
environmental factors 50
family history 58–9
learning difficulties 59, 96
medical history 60, 66, 140, 281
professional 55
school observation 63, 94
sensory motor 65–6, 77–8, 212
speech and language 64–5, 77, 190–2
structured play session 56, 63
see also diagnosis
attachment 27, 47
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 75–6, 97–104, 135, 168, 283
attention difficulties 42
assessment of 62, 76
auditory defensiveness 229
auditory training 192
autism 10, 68–9, 71, 249
diagnostic criteria 69–70, 270
differentiated from AS 70
Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) 67
avoidance
of food 224
of motor tasks 37
of movement 218
of other children 48
avoidant behavior 48, 75
behavioral consultant/specialist 104, 163
behavioral interventions 36, 141–2
behavioral management 7
behavioral problems in AS 60, 70, 81
behavioral strategies 181, 222, 274–9
brushing 223–4
central auditory processing (CAP) 192, 208
clumsiness 27, 37, 218, 220
classroom aide/shadow 90, 195, 252
cognitive development 23, 25, 42–4, 67, 102, 271–2
see also assessment
comorbidity 78
ADHD see Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder
Anxiety Disorders 72–4
Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD) 72, 76–7
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) 74–5, 135, 271
Semantic Pragmatic Language Disorder 72, 77
Sensory Integration Disorder (SID) 72, 77–8
communication 10–11, 72
assessment of 56, 64–5, 72, 73–4, 77, 100, 190
circles of 26, 39, 93, 146, 162, 191
interventions 49, 77, 90, 96, 152, 160, 163, 171, 175, 183, 194, 208, 210
discourse skills 193
cues
auditory 199

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