Results for category 'Autism'.
Indirect Observation is a type of observation wherein the observation is dependent on other people’s actual act of watching.
Direct Observation is the act of watching a subject by the observer himself.
Observation is the act of carefully watching a certain subject.
Diet is believed to play an important role in the management of autism spectrum disorders and there has been a lot of interest in the use of casein-free and gluten-free diets for autism kids.
Autism and Gastrointestinal Complications
Some studies have shown a relationship between autism and gastrointestinal complications and GFCF helps in combating GI ailments.
Autistic Disorders and Immune System Dysfunctions
Research studies have shown a link between autistic disorders and a dysfunction of the immune system affecting how the body breaks down some proteins and combat bacteria and yeasts.
Abnormal immune responses to wheat, milk and soy
According to the Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism 2010-2011, children with autism tend to have abnormal immune responses to wheat, milk and soy.
It is important to keep up on your child’s doctor appointments and ask if they are developing age-appropriate motor skills.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004 was originally passed in 1975 under a different name.
The IDEA of 2004 focuses on utilizing federal law to aid in making sure that local schools would meet the educational requirements of students with disabilities.