It has been widely reported that autistic people have unusual sensory perceptual experience that may involve hypo- and hypersensitivity, fluctuation between different volumes of perception and difficulty interpreting a sense. Some of the perception difficulties for autistic people ; viewing thing literally without interpretation, delayed processing for example, phrases, words or sentences may take time to process. 5 The autistic spectrum describes a range of conditions such as; pervasive developmental disorders includes autism, Asperger syndrome, rett syndrome, childhood
When people have any type of sensory loss, their mobility and communication ability will be greatly affected. For instance, a blind person may be able to understand when another person is talking to them directly but they would not be able to see the facial expressions of that person. This could affect their ability to understand the context of the conversation. They may also find it difficult to know when a person is talking to them or somebody else as they are unable to make eye contact. Likewise, a Deaf person would struggle to understand somebody that is talking too fast or that is not face to face with them.
| there a few factors to concider with promiting good and effictive communication such as. Disabilities: Disabilities such as hearing loss, impaired vision, mobility problems or speech impairment can affect the effective communication. Proper communication method should be known and pre-aware of before communicating the people with disability or different health issues. Cultural Differences: Communication differences can result from differences in culture. In some cultures, children are not allowed to speak in front of adult and some kind of body gesture, eye contact, facial expression and touch are inappropriate.
These have been grouped into three main areas, commonly known as the ‘triad of impairments’. Typically individuals with an autistic spectrum condition have difficulties with. 1.2 continued * Difficulties with Language and communicating with others * Problems with Social interaction and relationships * Problems with imagination which results in inflexibility of way of thinking The triad is often illustrated as a triangle of overlapping difficulties. 1.3 Explain the meanings of the term ‘spectrum’ in relation to autism by reference to the notions of
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.
This mainly occurs because people do not pay close enough attention to the details around them. Loftus article illustrates information about different types of memory incidences that can typically lead to falsification. For example, scrambled memories occur when people mistake details when they are retrieving a certain story. This becomes a problem because people will make add or remove information that
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).
There are many reasons for self neglect for example, a person with a deteriorating mental or physical illness may not have the capacity to care for themselves. They may just be getting old and infirm and just unable to perform the simple tasks that they used to be capable of. They may be losing their sight or hearing ability, making them unable to cope with life. They may have an alcohol or drug problem and have a different set of priorities, making them not care for themselves properly. They may be severely depressed and feeling that they just cannot cope with
Sometimes communication isn’t always straight forward. There can be many different barriers which makes communication difficult such as a disability. For example a child that is visual or verbal impaired. Or has a learning disability. Language can also be a barrier; if you both do not speak the same language communication could become difficult.
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