Describe how biological, sensory, perceptual, motor and physical development of the mind and body are affected in individuals with your selected condition.

Death and Dying: The Grieving Process. Etiology of Autism
Part I

1. Assess the interaction and influences of genetics,
heredity, and environmental factors on the prenatal development of individuals
with your selected condition.
2. Describe how biological, sensory, perceptual, motor and
physical development of the mind and body are affected in individuals with your
selected condition.
3. Evaluate the impact of nutrition, eating behavior and
overall health on physical development and life expectancy in individuals with
your selected condition.

1.Autism in children: According to Ms. Duncan, Charles is
the product of a pregnancy which was full-term and which was without any major
complications except that labor had to be induced. The delivery was normal and
Charles’s birth weight was 8 pounds – 11 ounces. The baby remained hospitalized
for 3 days following his birth and was considered as being a healthy baby.
Charles’s developmental landmark was sitting up unsupported, approximately 8
months; crawling, approximately 8 months; walking, 18 months; saying his first
simple words approximately 2 or 3 years; speaking in short sentences,
approximately 4 or 5 years; and the client was toilet trained at 14 months of
age. At 5 1/2 years of age, the client was diagnosed as autistic.

The client exhibited rocking, head banging, repetitive
sniffing and hand gestures as a child. At approximately 18 years of age, Ms.
Duncan states that the client became aggressive and started taking psychotropic
medications. He also started biting and slapping himself and going AWOL. She
states that at this time, she sought a voluntary placement for the client.
Charles did attend special academic classes throughout his academic career.
Charles currently participates in day programming, 5 days per week, at ECF Par
West in Culver city, CA. His diagnostic impression is mild mental retardation
and autism.

Summary:

Charles is 34 years old. Charles weighs 201 pounds. He was
admitted to Mt. Sinai (An Adult Residential Facility in Los Angeles, CA) on
October 12, 1995. Charles has been diagnosed with the following medical and/or
psychiatric disabilities: Autism, Manic Depression, and Moderate Mental
Retardation. Charles has a friendly, sociable manner and he makes good eye
contact. He is ambulatory with good balance. He is neat and dresses nicely.
Charles is independent with most activities of daily living. He listens
politely and contributes information in simple conversations. Charles is
verbal; he has fair communication skills and adequate receptive skill. Charles
sometimes feels intimidated by higher functioning peers. Charles has a brother
who visits him on holidays.

Part II

Families who have lost loved ones to a terminal illness.

a. Describe the critical issues associated with
understanding, coping with and facing death. Explain the unique considerations
of the issues related to individuals in your selected situation.
b. Analyze the role of socio-historical and cultural
influences in determining the attitude, perspective, decisions and personal
context regarding death and loss. Describe how these attitudes and perspectives
are affected when individuals are confronted with your selected situation.
c. Describe the phases of grieving and factors that
influence the individual variations of response to grief, bereavement and
mourning as they relate to your selected situation.Death and Dying: The Grieving Process. Etiology of AutismPart I1. Assess the interaction and influences of genetics,
heredity, and environmental factors on the prenatal development of individuals
with your selected condition.2. Describe how biological, sensory, perceptual, motor and
physical development of the mind and body are affected in individuals with your
selected condition.3. Evaluate the impact of nutrition, eating behavior and
overall health on physical development and life expectancy in individuals with
your selected condition.1.Autism in children: According to Ms. Duncan, Charles is
the product of a pregnancy which was full-term and which was without any major
complications except that labor had to be induced. The delivery was normal and
Charles’s birth weight was 8 pounds – 11 ounces. The baby remained hospitalized
for 3 days following his birth and was considered as being a healthy baby.
Charles’s developmental landmark was sitting up unsupported, approximately 8
months; crawling, approximately 8 months; walking, 18 months; saying his first
simple words approximately 2 or 3 years; speaking in short sentences,
approximately 4 or 5 years; and the client was toilet trained at 14 months of
age. At 5 1/2 years of age, the client was diagnosed as autistic.The client exhibited rocking, head banging, repetitive
sniffing and hand gestures as a child. At approximately 18 years of age, Ms.
Duncan states that the client became aggressive and started taking psychotropic
medications. He also started biting and slapping himself and going AWOL. She
states that at this time, she sought a voluntary placement for the client.
Charles did attend special academic classes throughout his academic career.
Charles currently participates in day programming, 5 days per week, at ECF Par
West in Culver city, CA. His diagnostic impression is mild mental retardation
and autism.Summary:Charles is 34 years old. Charles weighs 201 pounds. He was
admitted to Mt. Sinai (An Adult Residential Facility in Los Angeles, CA) on
October 12, 1995. Charles has been diagnosed with the following medical and/or
psychiatric disabilities: Autism, Manic Depression, and Moderate Mental
Retardation. Charles has a friendly, sociable manner and he makes good eye
contact. He is ambulatory with good balance. He is neat and dresses nicely.
Charles is independent with most activities of daily living. He listens
politely and contributes information in simple conversations. Charles is
verbal; he has fair communication skills and adequate receptive skill. Charles
sometimes feels intimidated by higher functioning peers. Charles has a brother
who visits him on holidays.Part IIFamilies who have lost loved ones to a terminal illness.a. Describe the critical issues associated with
understanding, coping with and facing death. Explain the unique considerations
of the issues related to individuals in your selected situation.b. Analyze the role of socio-historical and cultural
influences in determining the attitude, perspective, decisions and personal
context regarding death and loss. Describe how these attitudes and perspectives
are affected when individuals are confronted with your selected situation.c. Describe the phases of grieving and factors that
influence the individual variations of response to grief, bereavement and
mourning as they relate to your selected situation.


 

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