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Power point presentation slides About autism.

Please do a presentation slides about Autism I have uploaded a file below that have some information but the file is missing some important elements.

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who are the causes of suffering and solutions and what are the methods that society community must learn to avoid mistakes.

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ASD Individuals Empowerment ASD people are among the most vulnerable individuals in our societies. For the sake of their wellbeing, there must be a concerted effort from all to ensure they are informed and taken care of to lead a decent life. In order to know exactly what they need, thorough research to observe their way of life and response to situations is vital. Thus a study to depict their adaptations is carried out. • Independent variable /main manipulated variable People with ASD have often shown rigidity and lack of responsiveness to incidences and the environment. It is commonly associated with intellectual disability. Ordinary people samples are set to form the independent variable. • Dependent variable Individuals diagnosed with ASD are set to make the dependent cluster. Their behavior under various instances is on the investigation. ASD persons ought to show some progress in adapting and learning as time moves. • Confounding variables & how to remove Teachers, instructors, and fellow ASD individuals are part of the confounding variables. Their behavior has a direct impact on every ASD person they interact with. The easiest way to avert the effects of these confounding variables is to ensure service continuity with changing them for a respectable period. • Constant Some of the constants ASD study is the proper genetic formation because it cannot be altered. The support groups which entail their families and teachers ought to be kept constant to build trust and familiarity in the learning process. • Sample including experimental & control groups ASD patients at home are among the individuals to be examined. Their response towards various adjustments has to be keenly observed. School going children with ASD prognosis is another group of concern. Their behavior and learning improvement are to be compared with that of other learners of the same age. • Ethical considerations The goal of the study is to improve the quality of life for the ASD individuals but not to appease those who are close to them. Their human wellbeing and comfort must not be compromised during and after the study. A good rapport must be maintained with the family members and the caregivers. • Procedure In establishing a daily structured schedule, the researcher has to approach the parents, caregivers, and teachers from the entity in which he wants to conduct the study from. Upon acceptance, the study commences with either the researcher taking the role of a learner in case of an adult setup or becoming an observer in a children’s institution or a friend in case of a family setup. All observations have to be entered for further analysis. • Bias The selection of ADS participants is likely to have biasness. There is a likelihood of selecting those individuals one is familiar with. The extent of the disorder among the participants may differ while the environments, especially light and noise at the places of study, may as well be different. • Error and data analysis There is evidence that behavioral and cognitive inflexibility and rigidity in ASD may result from the atypical computation of prediction errors. Certain ASD traits, such as ritualistic behaviors and insistence on sameness, may reflect behaviors that function to minimize environmental unpredictability. This is supported by evidence that some individuals with ASD have adverse reactions to unexpected, unpredictable events. • Self-replication Self-replication is the act of developing one’s own character to an ASD individual. It has to be through interaction and socializing, and thus they get to assimilate the desirable characteristics aimed at improving their way of life.

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