Comparative Behavior Protocol Autistic, Psychotic And Dysphasic

August 13th, 2011 by nathan Leave a reply »

The various diseases that affect communication has forced the scientific community to design tables based classifications in a variety of criteria such as severity, age of presentation, symptoms, etc., That many times instead of helping to clarify a pathology, even more complicated. The above situation becomes more difficult if the diseases are similar in their symptoms or worse overlap. An example of this are the following three conditions: Autism, Psychosis and Dysphasia. Neurologists often found that talk about Receptive Dysphasia to refer to a table with autism, or worse box with autism is diagnosed psychotic configuration. Personally, many times I had to guide parents whose children had been diagnosed as dysphasic, with that really was a picture of autism. To the extent that we clarify the different conditions and try to unify criteria, not only between speech therapists, but among medical professionals, we will avoid the initial emotional impact of parents and false leads. Now I do not know the difficulty of defining the boundaries of these boxes, since each is a universe whose boundaries are played continuously.

This article is not intended to define or circumscribe each of the pictures, but look for shared points and the points at which differ and thus bring to the investigation of pathologies. The following protocol is based on clinical experience, both assessment and treatment of Autistic boxes, and Psychotic dysphasic and to a lesser extent in the literature. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE PROTOCOL. The protocol consists of four comparative aspects to define: 1. Age of onset of the Panel. Generally it is estimated that autism is evidenced by the 2 years, although it has been detected with 80% effectiveness in children aged one year and six months. The configuration tables or Psychotic Psychotic are seen after 2 years and 6 months, while the Dysphasia occurs around this age showing its most characteristic symptom: Lack of Syntactic Structure.

2. Behavioral Aspects. Among the most striking features of autism box is not accepting the affection of the people around you (family). Be embraced and rejected the demonstrations of affection. Self-injury is common, either hand blows, biting or head against objects. The absence of imitation communicative behaviors, both verbal and gestural. Are you interested in this item? Download here: Visit:.


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