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Early intervention is specialised support for children with disability , autism spectrum disorder ASD , developmental delay and other additional needs. It might include therapies, education and other supports. These refer to intervention for children and their families in the early years from birth until children start school. Early intervention is the best way to support the development and wellbeing of children with disability, ASD, developmental delay or other additional needs.
Early intervention programme EIP are a range of different programmes included different types of therapy and education that aimed to help and support children with developmental delays or other specific health conditions. The programmes are helpful to improve children development and adaptability, enhance family capability in handling the special needs children and increase family and children participation in society. This research aims to discover the effectiveness and importance of the early special education in Malaysia. To meet the objectives of this study, a qualitative research using phenomenological approach has conducted on five special needs teachers who work in a Non-Governmental Organization NGO early intervention centre in Johor, Malaysia by using purposive sampling. Thematic analysis was used to analyse the collected data.
These therapies and supports work on different areas of difficulty. They range from behavioural and developmental therapies and supports to medical and alternative therapies. They also include combined approaches. Below is a summary of the main types of therapies and supports for autistic children. In each category below, we also look at what the research says about whether these therapies and supports work. Behavioural and developmental therapies and supports have the best outcomes for most autistic children.
Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects communication, social skills, and behavior and can present in early childhood. The present study is aimed at investigating the effects of family-centered early intervention on the quality of social interaction and social interaction skills in infants with suspected autism spectrum disorder using a single-subject design. As a single-subject design study, evaluations were conducted at baseline phase A, intervention phase B, baseline phase A , and follow-up phase. The family-centered early intervention program was implemented during the intervention phase. Family-centered early intervention programs included home environmental modification, play video recording and training, task and feedback, related information training, and question and answer. Three participants completed the study.
Current rates of autism diagnoses have been cause for concern and research as well as rumor and misinformation. Important questions surround the condition: how early can an accurate diagnosis be made? At what age should intervention start? How can parents recognize warning signs? And what causes autism in the first place? There are no easy answers, but the Handbook of Early Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders gives researchers, practitioners, and academics the science and guidance to better understand and intervene. Background chapters survey the history of professional understanding of the disorders and the ongoing debate over autism as a single entity or a continuum.
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