terça-feira, 12 de setembro de 2017

Is ADHD Associated with Lack of Regular Circadian Sleep

"A disturbance of the circadian system may indeed be a core mechanism in ADHD, which could also link ADHD to other mental illnesses such as depression or bipolar disorder."

Citation: European College of Neuropsychopharmacology. (2017-09-11). Is ADHD Associated with Lack of Regular Circadian Sleep. Retrieved 2017-09-12, from https://www.disabled-world.com/health/neurology/adhd-autism/circadian.php Direct Link: Is ADHD Associated with Lack of Regular Circadian Sleep - New research theory proposes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may be a problem associated with lack of regular circadian sleep - European College of Neuropsychopharmacology

segunda-feira, 16 de janeiro de 2017

instalação e configuração do programa TeamTalk







Publicado em 27 de jun de 2016
Neste tutorial ajudo as pessoas que tem deficiência visual e não deficiente, a instalar e configurar o programa TeamTalk 5 Classic em pc e outros.

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Considerando que diversos recursos, tais como compra on-line, redes sociais, pesquisas, etc., estão disponíveis por meio da web, a TECNOBLIND, na intenção de difundir os recursos de acessibilidade inerentes aos leitores de tela, bem como aos padrões internacionais de acessibilidade do W3C, promoveu a primeira oficina gratuita e on-line de navegação acessível com NVDA no dia 10/12/2016.
O evento ocorreu exclusivamente on-line, por meio da ferramenta Teamtalk e foi transmitido ao vivo pela rádio MC e também pelo Facebook.
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terça-feira, 22 de novembro de 2016

Bringing Undiagnosed Adults With ASD Out of the Shadows

University of Vermont. (2016-11-17). Bringing Undiagnosed Adults With ASD Out of the Shadows. Retrieved 2016-11-22, from https://www.disabled-world.com/health/neurology/autism/undiagnosed.php Direct Link: Bringing Undiagnosed Adults With ASD Out of the Shadows - Exploring experiences of millions of adults in the US with ASD so healthcare workers can identify them before they become depressed or harm themselves - University of Vermont

Autism and Human Evolutionary Emergence of Collaborative Morality

University of York. (2016-11-15). Autism and Human Evolutionary Emergence of Collaborative Morality. Retrieved 2016-11-22, from https://www.disabled-world.com/health/neurology/autism/autism-evolution.php Direct Link: Autism and Human Evolutionary Emergence of Collaborative Morality - It is likely our ancestors would have had autism, with genetics suggesting the condition has a long evolutionary history - University of York

terça-feira, 21 de junho de 2016

10 Types of Autism Therapy | Autism







Publicado em 22 de nov de 2014
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There are many types of therapies that are available that are being used with children with autism, and it has to be tailored to the child's particular needs. For example, if a child has speech delay, we provide speech therapy. Even if a child doesn't have exactly the delay in putting words together, but has atypical or difficulty with what they call pragmatics, which is staying on topic, the child would still benefit from speech therapy. Occupational therapy and sensory issues is another thing based on the child's particular needs. Similarly for physical therapy, not all children have motor delay, but they can have motor coordination issues, particularly kids with Asperger’s have difficulty with high level motor functioning, but one of the most common and important therapies is really the behavioral therapy piece for children with the autism spectrum, and because the behavior is what is the diagnostic criteria, and comes in the way of their learning dramatically.




So, ABA which is Applied Behavior Analysis has been the most commonly used, developed by Dr. Lovaas. It's been used for many years, and is approved now by early intervention, but similar behavior therapies include DIRFloortime developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, which is more naturalized with floortime and cycles of interaction. There's also a relationship developmental instruction called RDI, which is more parent-based. So, there're a whole slew of interventions. One of the ones that is commonly used in schools is the TEACCH, and depending on how much language and communication the child has, there's also a picture-based communication system called the PECS. So, therapies are varied.

The most important is to cover the behavioral piece, but also look at sensory, speech and language. You also do need to look at medical issues, because a lot of these children have sleep problems, and can have medical digestive issues, food intolerances, and I think medical therapies, biomedical therapy should also be looked at, and not just look at symptoms as being part of autism, but child may be uncomfortable or wanting to rub themselves against, for example, a sofa chair because they've abdominal pain. Maybe they have reflux or food intolerance, for example. So, therapy has to be tailored to the child individually, but there're general therapies that have been used and studied and researched, which are beneficial.

And, the biggest push is to get the behavioral piece in because that's the piece that helps with social communication, and that helps you relate to peers, communicate, and also helps a lot with learning. So, those are only a few of the many therapies that are out there. We have swimming with dolphins, for example, that has also been used to make kids happier that's talked about or pet therapy. So, there is really a laundry list, and you have to tailor it to your particular individual child and his needs, and also do things on a gradient. Do not get overwhelmed by trying to do everything together at the same time.

So much that I say not to do everything at the same time, it's because parents, sometimes get so overwhelmed by it all, and I have to remind them that this is a marathon; it's not a sprint. So, you have to pace yourself, and it is true that it is often a combination of therapies that brings together the best or the optimal results for a child, but it is important to do it on a gradient, and watch which one makes the best difference, but often it is a combination of therapies that actually help the child get to a higher level of functioning.

Largest Autism Clinical Trial in History Extends Recruitment Target

Citation: IMAGIRATION, LLC. (2016-06-15). Largest Autism Clinical Trial in History Extends Recruitment Target. Retrieved 2016-06-21, from http://www.disabled-world.com/medical/clinical-trials/asd-trial.php Direct Link: Largest Autism Clinical Trial in History Extends Recruitment Target - IMAGIRATION, LLC

segunda-feira, 13 de junho de 2016

Programa Especial - Pessoas com deficiência no mercado de trabalho






Semana da PcD- Deficiente Intelectual





Publicado em 24 de set de 2015
A Asdef entende a necessidade da inclusão das pessoas com deficiência. Essa inclusão precisa começar dentro de casa e se estender até a escola, no mercado de trabalho, na arte, na sociedade. Na Semana da Luta Nacional da Pessoa com Deficiência, nosso usuário Iran e integrante do grupo Rodas no teatro também quer falar com você! #‎JuntosSomosMais

quinta-feira, 9 de junho de 2016

June is Scleroderma Awareness

Citation: Scleroderma Foundation. (2016-06-02). June is Scleroderma Awareness Month. Retrieved 2016-06-09, from http://www.disabled-world.com/health/dermatology/skin/scleroderma.php Direct Link: June is Scleroderma Awareness Month - Scleroderma Foundation

terça-feira, 26 de abril de 2016

sábado, 5 de março de 2016

1º Congresso Online sobre Transtorno do Espectro Autista (TEA)





Publicado em 28 de jan de 2015
Vídeo explicativo sobre o 1º Congresso Online sobre Transtorno do Espectro Autista (TEA)

Inclusão escolar no Autismo







Publicado em 19 de fev de 2016
Neste vídeo Dra Dayse Serra nos mostra os principais desafios do processo de Inclusão escolar do TEA, dando orientaçãoes importantes