What is an Autistic Spectrum Disorder?. Charlotte A. Hollman, M.D. Competencies 1.1.5S and 1.1.4S. Autistic Spectrum/Pervasive Developmental Disorders. Autistic disorder Asperger disorder Childhood disintegrative disorder Rett’s syndrome PDD-NOS.
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Charlotte A. Hollman, M.D.
Competencies 1.1.5S and 1.1.4S
1.1.1S Lists and explains the characteristics of autism (Communication, sensory responses and needs, stereotypical behavior, socialization and social skill development).
(at least 2)
(at least 1)
Use of language
Limited imaginativeplay around themes
Impairment in true symbolic play?
B. Delay or abnormal functioning in at least one of the following areas, with onset prior to age three years:
C. Not better accounted for by Rett’s disorder or childhood disintegrative disorder
Competencies 1.1.3S and 1.1.4S.
Competencies 1.1.4S and 1.4.1S.
Obsession - recurrent or persistent idea, impulse or image that is intrusive and recognized as being inappropriate
Compulsion - repetitive behavior based on rules and with a stereotypic pattern performed to suppress or diminish dysphoria related to obsession
Occurs for more than 1 hour daily and interferes with functioning
Recognized as excessive or unreasonable
Not single thought or action
Thoughts/actions perceived as unreasonable
Normal developmental milestones
Later age of onset