2 Triad of impairments is the term that describes the difficulties that people with autism experience in differing degrees. Because all people are different, the way autism effects them is also different. 3 Autistic individuals may have symptoms that are independent of the diagnosis, but that can affect individual and the family. Up to 10% of individuals with ASD shows unusual abilities, ranging from memorization of trivia to the extraordinary rare talents of prodigious autistic savants. Many individual with ASD shows superior skills in perception and attention , relative to the general population.
They may not understand the social rules which most of us pick up without thinking and may stand too close to another person in their actual space or start an inappropriate subject of conversation .They can be insensitive because they have not recognised how someone else is feeling, preferring to spend time alone rather than in the company of others. They may not seek comfort from other people and behave strangely or inappropriately, as it is not always easy for them to express their feelings, emotions or needs. Difficulties with social interaction can mean that people with autism find it hard to form friendships wanting to interact with other people and make friends, but don’t know how to do this. Difficulties with social imagination mean that people with autism find it hard to understand what other people's are thinking, feeling and their actions and cannot predict what will happen next, or what could happen next. They also cannot understand the concept of danger, e.g.
These types of mental ill health are known as Affective disorders, they involve periods of time where the individual experiences feelings of extreme sadness or extreme happiness, the individual may also experience a fluctuation between the two emotions over this period of time. PERSONALITY DISORDERS: - Personality disorders usually become noticeable in adolescence or early adulthood, but sometimes start in childhood. The individual’s patterns of behaviour and thinking differ from the expectations of society. These thinking and behavioural patterns are very rigid and may interfere with the person's normal day to day functioning, They can make it difficult for individuals to start and keep friendships or other relationships, and individuals may find it hard to work effectively with others. Individuals may also find other people very scary, and feel very alienated and alone.
Q3) There are a number of factors which can contribute to an individual being more vulnerable to these types of abuse, including, no or little family contact, their personal communication skills and their past experiences. If the client has learning disabilities or any other for that matter, this can also make them vulnerable as they may have communication problems and may not understand what is going on around them. This may cause them to not know
It starts with a parent who may have questions and concern about their child and speaks with a pediatrician. Some children are identified as having developmental delays before obtaining a diagnosis of autism. The concerns would range from their motor skills to social skills like Use of multiple nonverbal behaviors such as eye-to- eye gaze, facial expression, body posture, and gestures to regulate social interaction. Failure to develop peer relationships appropriate to their age. A lack of longing to share enjoyment, interests, or achievements with other people, (e.g., by a lack of showing, bringing, or pointing out objects of interest to other people).
Also,even if the other person replies verbaly his or her body language may show that they have not really understood or agreed because body language is instinktive. 3.1 -Sensory deprivation-when someone cannot receive or pass on information because they have a impairment to one or more of their senses. -Foreign language-when someone speaks a different language or uses sign language. -Jargon-when a service provider uses technical language the service user may not understand. -Slang-when a service user uses language that not everyone uses.
People are vulnerable to financial abuse because they may have a mental health or physical disability and can not stand up for themselves. They could be to young to no what is happening also be an elderly person who is to scared to say anything or help themselves as they may feel scared. Institutional Loss of confidence, self esteem and control , and submissive behaviour can also be a sign and symptom of institutional abuse. People are vulnerable to institutional abuse as they may be elderly or young people so cant stand up for themselves or some people may not no anything different if that’s all they no. also this abuse could affect people as it is held in a care home or nursery etc.
Such as, an autistic child may need to have pictures on everything to associate and object with their picture to learn what an object or item is. People in society look down and do not accept those with mental disorders. People with mental illness may be blames for their illness or viewed as lazy or irresponsible (p.1 of Mental Illness in Society). Yet, they are not clear and sometimes confused from normal behavior. Statics about mental illnesses in
Describe Autism (Introduction) (Story of savant) Autism is considered a developmental disorder where an individual has a difficult time with social interactions and communication, affecting the brains normal development. (Thesis) The symptoms of autism are abundant, although there are paths to control autism; prevention seems to be indefinite. Individual Impact Mentally autistic people have a hard time with social interactions, non- verbal and verbal interactions. Physically the individual may have problems repeated body movements, show unusual attachments to objects, have sight, hearing, touch, taste dilemmas, or have an outburst cause of routine changes. Other symptoms of autism are unable to start conversations, cannot make new friends, have a certain gaze; speech develops slowly or not at all, short attention span, and have very narrow interests.