The World of the Autistic Child: Understanding and Treating Autistic Spectrum Disorders

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Index
AAMD Adaptive Behavior Scales, 105
Ability, islets of, 67-69
performance intelligence and, 100-101
quantification and, 69
Ability-grouped classes, 211-212 Abstract language, 272
Activities. See also Stereotyped motor behavior
lack of engagement with, 60-61
play. See Play
unusual, intense interest in, 67-69
Adaptive functioning
in Aspergees syndrome, 113, 118
intelligence and, 283
tests of, 104-105
training in. See Daily living skills training
Adolescents. See also Classrooms; Special education
book about, 189
high-functioning, daily living skills training for, 296-297
intelligence tests for, 103-104
lower-functioning, daily living skills training for, 293-296
medications for, 318-319
medium-functioning, daily living skills training for, 297-298
psychotherapy for, 146-147
Adults
Asperger's syndrome in, 117-119
book about, 189
eligibility for developmental services, 170- 171
high-functioning, daily living skills training for, 296-297
intelligence tests for, 104
lower-functioning, daily living skills training for, 293-296
medium-functioning, daily living skills training for, 297-298
parents' concerns about, 133-134
psychotherapy for, 146-147
residential placement for, 160-161
Advocacy, 183-186
advocates versus attorneys for, 183-184
fair hearings and, 184-186
when to go to, 185-186
for IEP, 178, 183-184
advocates versus attorneys for, 183-184
mediation and, 184
The Advocate, 193
Affect. See Emotion(s); Emotional expression
Affection, physical, 31-32
African American families, coping with diagnosis by, 132-133
Age. See also specific age groups, i.e., School-aged children
eligibility for developmental services and, 170-171
expressive language, 90, 254
medications and, 304-305
mental, 97-98
parental, parenting and, 140-141
of parents, parenting and, 140-141
receptive language, 90, 254
Allergies, as cause of autism, 302-303, 328
Aloofness, child abuse and, 31
Alpern-Boll Scales, 105
Alternative treatments. See Treatment interventions, nonmainstream

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