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INTRODUTORY AWARENESS OF AUTISTIC SPECTRUM CONDITONS OUTCOME 1 1, The types of difficulty that an individual with an autistic spectrum condition may have with language and other ways of communicating with others are: Body language, eye contact, non-verbal communication, they have problems with understanding and being aware of other peoples emotions and feelings. 2, Problems that individuals with an autistic spectrum condition may have in social interaction and relationships is how they hear, how they see things, how they feel, and how they interpret things around them. 3, The problems and restrictiveness in activities and interest they may have is relating to others and making friends. OUTCOME 2 1, It is important to recognize each individuals with autistic spectrum condition needs, strengths, preferences and interests so that we offer the correct level of support. Some individuals need extra support. 2, Autism can be considered as a spectrum, because it has different levels. There is a wide degree of variations in the way it affects people. It is a closely related disorder with a shared care of symptoms. 3, Other conditions associated with an autistic spectrum condition are: epilepsy, fragile disorder, sleep disorders and anxiety. 4 The sensory difficulties experienced by many individuals with an autistic spectrum conditions are: Sensitivity to noise or sounds, verbal and nonverbal communication. Completing some activities. OUTCOME 3 1, Some behavioural characteristics associated with spectrum conditions are: Hand flapping. Physically aggressive behaviour, easily losing patience, difficulty sleeping and concentration. 2 They may exhibit such behaviours because of stress or anxiety. Illness, change in things, negative impact, tired or hungry and not being able to communicate. 3, If an individual is highly anxious or stressed,
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