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Select a specific neurological disorder, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Schizophrenia, Multiple

sclerosis, Huntington's Disease, Autism, or Bi­Polar Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder
Conduct a literature review by finding at least three scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles
about the neurological disorder you selected. Make sure you look for examples of case studies for this
condition in order to gain insight into the structure and content of a case study.
Research the condition by reviewing the Experiences and Animations sections at

With this information in mind, write a 2- to 3-page case study about a hypothetical individual who has a
neurological disorder. The case study should explain the disease process on a structural and functional level.
Describe the critical factors that relate to the person’s condition, including:
The type and severity of the disorder
The person’s risk factors for developing the disorder (genetic, environmental, lifestyle, etc.)
How he or she manages the condition, if at all
The level of success derived from treatments and therapies

Also include the perspective of a family member or caregiver in your case study.
How does the individual’s condition or disease affect the family member or caregiver?
How does the family member or caregiver respond to the situation?

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Assignment 2 Neurological Case Study: Autism Spectrum Disorder Ala Obaid Walden University 4Autism
Spectrum Disorder Autism spectrum disorder, or ASD is a neurological disease of neural growth and
development described by impaired 1social interaction and developmental language and communication
skills combined with rigid, repetitive behaviors.. The diagnostic criteria need that symptoms become apparent
before a kid is about 3 years old. Autism affects mechanism of information processing in the brain by
impairing the nerve cells and their synapses connections. It is one of three recognized neurological disorders
in the autism spectrum. Robert- the three year child (a hypothetical individual) is suffered from this disease.

He has trouble in communicating. He has 1trouble understanding what other people think and feel. Therefore,
this makes it very hard for hin to express themselves either with words or through gestures, facial
expressions, and touch. He does 1repetitive, stereotyped body movements such as rocking, pacing, or hand
flapping. He also do unusual responses to people, attachments to objects, resistance to change in his
routines, or aggressive or self-injurious behavior. At times he may seem not to notice people, objects, or
activities in their surroundings. I am very sad to see the condition of Robert, hence, in order to enrich my
knowledge, I collected following information about this neurological disorder: Types of Autism spectrum
disorder Recently, the following types of ASD have been reported: ? 1Autistic disorder. This is what most
people think of when they hear the word"autism."It refers to troubles with communal interactions, language
communication, and imaginative play in children younger than three years. ? Asperger's syndrome. Children
suffered from 1Asperger's syndrome don't have a difficulty with language -- in fact, they tend to score in the
average or above-average range on IQ tests. But they also have the similar social problems and limited
scope of interests as kids with ASD. ? Pervasive developmental disorder or PDD ( atypical autism). This is a
type of catch-all group for kids who have a few autistic behaviors but who don't fit into other categories. ? Rett
syndrome. kids with Rett syndrome start developing normally but after that begin losing their communication
and social abilities. ? 1Childhood disintegrative disorder. These kids grow up normally for at least 2 years and
then lose some or most of their communication abilities. This is a uncommon type of ASD. Risk Factors Till
now, the causes of ASD are unknown. Though, many researchers showed 3that there are likely a lot of
causes for different types of ASD. Some of them are as follows ? Most of the researchers believe 3that genes
are one of the risk factors that may make a child more likely to develop ASD. ? Children who have a sibling
with ASD are at a high risk of also having this neurological disorder. ? ASD tends to occur more often in kids
who have certain genetic or chromosomal conditions, such as fragile X syndrome or tuberous sclerosis. ?
Kids 3born to older parents are at higher risk for having ASD. Self-management of Autism spectrum disorder
A great deal of study reveals the usefulness of 2teacher-managed interventions in responding to children’s
learning and behavioral challenges. Research indicates that interventions involving the external manipulation
of antecedents and consequences have, in general, been successfully applied to a wide range of classroom
problems. However, there are restrictions to these management approaches. i.e. teacher-directed programs
focus more on managing behavior than on helping kids obtain the abilities required to self-regulate their
behavior and achieve greater levels of independent functioning. In addition, these self behavior management
approaches can be invasive and need teachers to use valuable instructional time applying external
contingencies.4Self-management interventions assist kids with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) learn to
independently regulate their own behaviors and act appropriately in a variety of home, school, and
community-based situations. With these interferences, children with ASD are taught to distinguish between
correct and incorrect behaviors, accurately monitor and record their own behaviors, and reward themselves
for behaving appropriately. Treatment for Autism Unfortunately, till now, there is no cure for autism; however,
with suitable cure and education, many kids with autism spectrum disorders can easily study, learn and
develop. Early interference often can decrease challenges linked with this neurological disorder. Treatment
depends on the type/requirement of the kids suffered from of autism spectrum disorder. In most cases, a
combination of treatment methods is more efficient. Autism spectrum disorders may require treatment for
lifelong. References Jeans, L.M., Santos, R.M., Laxman, D.J., McBride and Dyer, W.J. (2013) Examining
ECLS-B: Maternal Stress and Depressive Symptoms When Raising Children With ASD, Topics in Early
Childhood Special Education, 33: 162-171. MsStay, R.L., Dissanayake, C., Scheeren, A., Koot, H.M. and
Begeer,S. (2013) Parenting stress and autism: The role of age, autism severity, quality of life and problem
behaviour of children and adolescents with autism, Autism, 0: 1362361313485163v1-1362361313485163.
Warren, Z., Vehorn, A., Dohrmann, E., Newsom, C. and Taylor, J.A. (2013) Brief report: Service
implementation and maternal distress surrounding evaluation recommendations for young children diagnosed
with autism, Autism , 17: 693- 700. Running head: NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER 1 Running head: