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Expressive speech - echolalia. Likes to sings children's songs.. She serves herself with help. Feeds herself alone with spoon. ...

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Expressive speech - echolalia. Likes to sings children's songs.. She serves herself with help. Feeds herself alone with spoon. ...

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Echolalia and Echopraxia are preset (mimicking words or movements of others). There are severe and rare subtypes of catatonic ...

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This information is not meant as a substitute for medical advice from your doctor. If you have a health issue, Southwest Health strongly recommends you seek appropriate medical care.. ©2017 SouthWest Health Inc. All Rights Reserved. Web Design & Development by Stellar Blue Technologies ...

*  Yes, That Too: To "I don't know if I can handle autism"

Or are you a parent of an autistic child who was just diagnosed? That seems most likely, given your search. You've just entered a world full of false cures, tragedy talk, and evaluations. That is not a fun road to walk... but none of that is itself autism. Autism is the way your child is- remember the wonderful child you remember thinking you had? You still have that kid. Your child isn't locked up in a shell of autism or anything like that. One of the big things to remember is that fighting autism is fighting your child- work with your autistic child, not against an inherent part of your child's being. One of your hardest battles is going to be getting the school to do the same, and it doesn't always work. Home schooling is one way that many parents have handled that- there are home school groups made up of parents of autistic kids around, and joining one of them might be helpful if home school is the route you want to take. Don't lose heart: autism is not the tragedy that many people tell you ...

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It is not echolalia. Even when we model the correct pronoun, you chose "she.". And you notice things we would never see ...

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"Echolalia" are from peccaries. Peter Cushing. Peter Cushing was an English actor who lived from 1913 to 1994. Aside from his ...

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A lot of his early speech was in the form of echolalia. Someone would greet him with "Hi, Brennan!" and he would respond, "Hi ... Asperger syndrome Autism Autism spectrum CARS autism test ChildFind Disorders Early Intervention Program echolalia Einstein ... June 9, 2010 in Family Stories , Tags: echolalia, homeschool, Late Talking Children, Thomas Sowell , 1 comment ... When he first began really "speaking" - it was all echolalia. "How was school today, Austin?" - his response: "school today." ...

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I Received 2 Great New Books Of Asemic Writing Today: 'Echolalia In Script' by Sam Roxas-Chua, & 'The Way I Discovered The ...

*  NESCA News & Notes: April 2012

The most intense features, such as flapping and spinning, echolalia, and panic in response to changes in routine or sensory ...

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I Received 2 Great New Books Of Asemic Writing Today: 'Echolalia In Script' by Sam Roxas-Chua, & 'The Way I Discovered The ...

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... and sometimes coprolalia or echolalia. ...

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I Received 2 Great New Books Of Asemic Writing Today: 'Echolalia In Script' by Sam Roxas-Chua, & 'The Way I Discovered The ...

*  June 2012 ~ Special needs disability parenting BLOOM

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital created BLOOM Blog to bring together the wisdom of families and professionals in childhood disability.

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"Echolalia" are from peccaries. Phylloxera. Phylloxera. Phylloxera are a type of insect originally native to eastern North ...

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"Echolalia" are from peccaries. Petit fours. Petit fours are small confections usually eaten at the end of a meal, or as part ...

*  Life With Joey: The Good is in the Eye of the Beholder

Spirited Away: An Important Look at Echolalia and Scripting. *The Rabbit Hole ...

*  The Neurocritic: June 2009

... or echolalia or echopraxia." Fink and Taylor (2006) suggest that:. ...

(1/17) Evolution of technetium-99m-HMPAO SPECT and brain mapping in a patient presenting with echolalia and palilalia.

A 78-yr-old woman presented with transient echolalia and palilalia. She had suffered from Parkinson's disease for 2 yr. Routine laboratory examination showed hypotonic hyponatremia, but was otherwise unremarkable. Brain mapping revealed a bifrontal delta focus, more pronounced on the right. Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) of the brain with technetium-99m labeled d,l hexamethylpropylene-amine oxime (99mTc-HMPAO), performed during the acute episode showed relative frontoparietal hypoactivity. Brain mapping performed after disappearance of the echolalia and palilalia, which persisted only for 1 day, was normal. By contrast, SPECT findings persisted for more than 3 wk. Features of particular interest in the presented patient are the extensive defects seen on brain SPECT despite the absence of morphologic lesions, the congruent electrophysiologic changes and their temporal relationship with the clinical evolution.  (+info)

(2/17) Abnormal laughter-like vocalisations replacing speech in primary progressive aphasia.

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(3/17) Echolalia in the language development of autistic individuals: a bibliographical review.

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(4/17) Criminal and legal responsibilities in Tourette's syndrome.

Tourette's Syndrome (TS) is a neuropsychological disorder characterized by the presence of multiple involuntary motor tics accompanied by one or more vocal tics. Articles about TS and criminal responsibility and the restriction of civil rights are limited. A person with TS was evaluated to consider his criminal responsibility after swearing at a referee during a football game. He was also evaluated as to whether or not he was capable of professionally driving a service bus. Additionally, medico-legal situations regarding military service, obtaining a shotgun license and marriages of patients with TS were considered.  (+info)

(5/17) Long-term follow-up of echolalia and question answering.

A long-term follow-up of echolalia and correct question answering was conducted for 6 subjects from three previously published studies. The follow-up periods ranged from 26 to 57 months. In a training site follow-up, subjects were exposed to baseline/posttraining conditions in which the original trainer and/or a novel person(s) presented trained and untrained questions. Four subjects displayed echolalia below baseline levels, and another did so in some assessments. Overall, echolalia was lower than in baseline in 80.6% of the follow-ups. Five subjects displayed correct responding above baseline levels. No clear differences were noted in correct responding or echolalia between the trainer and novel-person presentations or between trained and untrained questions. In a follow-up in a natural environment conducted by a novel person, lower than baseline levels of echolalia were displayed by 3 subjects; 2 subjects displayed lower than baseline levels in some assessments. Two subjects consistently displayed correct responding above baseline, and 3 did so occasionally. Issues related to the study of maintenance are discussed.  (+info)

(6/17) Quantifying repetitive speech in autism spectrum disorders and language impairment.

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(7/17) Increasing spontaneous language in three autistic children.

A time delay procedure was used to increase spontaneous verbalizations of 3 autistic children. Multiple baseline across behaviors designs were used with target responses, selected via a social validation procedure, of two spontaneous responses ("please" and "thank you") and one verbally prompted response ("you're welcome"). The results indicate gains across target behaviors for all children, with occurrence across other stimuli and settings. These gains were validated socially with 10 adults. Furthermore, increases in appropriate language had no effect on levels of inappropriate speech.  (+info)

(8/17) Asperger's syndrome: a case report.

A case report is presented of an 11-year-old boy who has been diagnosed as having Asperger's syndrome. There follows a review of the clinical features, course, prognosis and management of this condition.  (+info)



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