You’ll learn better strategies by looking at autism from a developmental perspective. This will allow you to close the gap between what your knowledge is and how to start early treatment.
Griffin Doyle – Early Intervention for Autism
The Developmental Perspective
- Examples of core emotional capabilities
- Human experience and neurobiology are inherited.
- Infant/Child seeks security, information and meaning
- Role of parent-Child bond
- All developmental domains interdepend on each other
- What characteristics are missing from ASD?-Like behavior?
Assessment and easy-To-Miss “Red Flags”
- Atypical infant behavior at its earliest
- DSM-5® criteria
- Formal Evaluations
- Your play/activity together
- Qualitative and informal traits
- Parent-Child (P)-C) Interaction
- Differentiating SID/Expressive-ASD: Receptive LD
- Current research findings
Evaluation of development
- Rate six core functional steps
- Regulation and sharing attention
- Warm engagement
- Intentional and deliberate, reciprocal interaction
- Continual interaction and problem solving-Problem solving
- Language and symbolic play
- Representational thinking
- Communication and play/activity levels
- Quality of P-C emotional bond
- Joint Attention (JA), Imitation
- Unusual Sensory-Motor Systems
- Patterns and triggers for ASD-Like behavior
INTERVENTION STATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES
Encourage shared play and pleasure
- Establish and maintain mutual relationships
- Track child’s interests at his/her functional level
- Follow child’s back–Keep moving
- Have Fun! Have fun! for The “Gleam” Eye contact
- Gently join yourself-absorbing action
- Invite/Model further exploration
- Inject needed “affect”
Be kind to difficult behavior
- Security seeking, Dysregulation
- Physical proximity/holding
- Probleme with eating/sleeping
Major Treatment Approaches
- Relationship-based, ABA, mixed programs
- Application of Developmental (DIR).
- Dyadic treatment
Framework for Developmental Treatment
- Make a class treatment plan: Class example
- Keep track of developmental evaluation
- Make sure you have the right sensory equipment-motor environment
- Shoot for Success for a child at his developmental stage
- Follow and join child’s interests
Family and Parent empowerment
- Help them to accept the diagnosis of ASD
- Strategies for Depression, grief, stress, anxiety, and anxiety
- Coaching the parent to strengthen/coach-Example of a child-parent relationship
- Understand their child’s behavior and motives
- Team work/referral process
- Coordination with school placing
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Early detection is critical to effective autism treatment… every moment counts.
How old is the best age to identify autism and begin treatment? How can you start treatment with very young children, or is it difficult? Autism expert, Griffin DoyleThese questions and more will be answered by Dr. Michael Y., PhD.
You will be able to see autism through a developmental lens and learn new strategies that will help you close the gap between your current knowledge and how you can begin early treatment.
Through case examples, videos and lively class discussion you’ll be guided on how you can Find key autism indicators Children as young as nine months old can begin treatment. You’ll get specific instruction so you can effectively intervene, prevent regression and promote developmental gains in young children – even prior to formal diagnosis.
In this recording, you’ll learn the necessary skills you need to:
- Ask “What is missing?” – Subtle differences between ASD and neurotypical ASD-Like children
- Identify the easy-To-Miss ‘red flags’ ASD in toddlers, infants, and young children
- Create a working profile for sensory-motor processing deficiencies
- Customize treatment plans for each child’s unique challenges
- Evidence-based evidence can positively impact clinical outcomes-Therapeutic strategies that are based on the theory of maladaptive behavior to reduce or replace them.
Don’t let a wait and see approach cost kids a better future. When brain plasticity is more prominent and the impact of intervention are greater, it is important to intervene as soon as possible.
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