First of all I would like to consider eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia.Individuals have eating disorders when their lives revolves around food, for example, they plan their life around eating and not eating food. For instance, people with these disorders can overeat and under eat. Eating disorders are characterised by an abnormal attitude towards food, for example, individual can change their eating habits. One of the reasons why person is having the eating disorder could be that they may focus on their weight, shape and figure. It can make people eat not healthy food or under eat.
Both detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Gregory House exhibit all of the main symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome along with others. This is shown by their social incompetence and lack of empathy and sympathy for people. Also by their keen eye and focus on a limited range of interests like. The two men also have a problem with sleep deprivation which is not always found in aspies, but is and can be a very common symptom. Holmes and House are both two extraordinary men that exhibit many symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome.
Physical symptom of the disease includes lack of coordination, uncontrolled movements and problems with eating and swallowing. This will cause for a need of a nurse or all day care of the person because they will not be able to perform task on their own. Behavioral problems are said to come from damage to the brain as the disease progress frustration and depression has a serious affect on the person. Everyone does not go through the same sypmptom people are affected differently. The disease can consist of : clumsiness, uncontrolled continual muscular contractions, loss of balance, slurred speech, walking difficulty and stumbling, and falling.
A negative experience with dogs at an early age caused Sally to have this dog phobia. At this present time Sally makes a special effort to avoid dogs or places in which dogs may be around. As a result it causes her to have anxiety when she encounters a stranger or enters an unfamiliar place.It is not uncommon for individuals to suffer from phobias. Phobias fall in a category of mental disorders known as anxiety disorders.This category alsocomprisesgeneral anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress
The writers have made TV harder to follow over time and now the complex writing places mental demands on the viewers as the watch. If the viewer fails to pay attention, he will not comprehend the content being presented. The mind must be active during certain shows. He says that the viewer learns the same virtues that are practiced through reading such as, “Attention, patience, retention, the parsing of narrative threads” (Johnson, ).. The growing complexity of shows causes the viewer to weave together many threads into one in order to understand.
His educational statement was last reviewed in March 2007. Paul has characteristics which are mirrored in the triad of impairments. (Wing 1996) He is very rigid in his thinking. He gets very anxious, and this involves biting and head slapping. He can also become violent with other children and adults when he becomes anxious or frustrated.
One of my weaknesses is that I tend to over analyze/stress too much. This has been in my nature since I was a child. This fear has always held me back in speaking in front of an audience whether it is two or twenty. I fear has always been that I do not want to embarrass myself and seem like a failure in front of my peers. Another weakness I have as a public speaker is that I tend to stumble and skip sentences.
Another factor that can affect how learning or development activities are implemented is language and communication. If the individual that is trying to teach somebody or help with activities that has a different first language to the individual it may be harder to understand. This not only places these learners at a disadvantage, but it also leads to linguistic difficulties which contribute to learning breakdown. f the individual you are supporting cannot speak due to how severe their physical or mental disabilitiy they have, it can create huge issues with learning development. These individuals are usually excluded from learning and development activities due to these disabilities.
There are many ways in which Haddon tells the story in chapter 97 and he uses a variety of methods to show this. He takes an interest in a dog which is a dachshund. The dachshund is the dog of Mrs Alexander. He uses the basic phrase “I like dogs” because he does not know how to express his emotions more naturally or correctly due to his autism. Up to this chapter Christopher’s story had began to fade out and It had hit a dead end.
AGONCILLO 1 Marie Agoncillo John Patterson English 12 Jan/28/14 The Curious Incident Dog in the Night-time Themes The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon is an allusion to the Sherlock Holmes mystery The Adventure of Silver Blaze. One can say that Haddon’s novel is a double mystery. The first mystery is the murder of Mrs. Shears’ dog and the second mystery deals with the absence of his mother. Trust is quite a common theme in any modern novel; The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, for example, demonstrates how trust affects individuals who live under unusual circumstances. Haddon narrates through Christopher, who is a fifteen-year-old autistic young boy whose view of life and his perception of the world is considerably dissimilar from that of any other normal teenager.