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Autism 360°

  • ID: 4772237
  • Book
  • 400 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Autism 360 uses a hybrid and transdisciplinary methodology to identify mechanisms on how autism is prevented, diagnosed, treated and managed within personal and social constructs around the world. Adopting a lifespan approach, the book discusses lifestyle challenges and emphasizes issues relating to neurodiversity, individuality, best practices, and support of both people on the spectrum and their families. This book will help change population and individual attitudes and behaviors regarding autism. Its ultimate goal is to empower readers to become both agents of change and an integral part of the solution.

  • Covers topics from the prevention and treatment of autism and how to live with it
  • Adopts an integrated methods approach
  • Features field experiences
  • Provides valuable syntheses of scattered material
  • Compares cross-cultural learnings
  • Discusses the education and employment of those with autism
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1. A 360 Approach to Autism: Magic Always Happens in Synchronicity 2. A Perinatal Strategy to Prevent Autism 3. Autism and Employment 4. Media Misinformation Diet for Autism: An Analysis of the Global Media Diet, Misinformation Patterns, and Best Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorders 5. Nutrition and Dietary Considerations to Preventing and Treating Autism 6. Deriving Resting State FMRI Biomarkers for Classification of Autism Spectrum Disorder 7. Developing Effective Self-Advocacy Skills for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum 8. Targeting Gut Microbiota as a Possible Therapeutic Intervention in Autism 9. Autism Spectrum Disorders and Psychosis 10. Infant Mental Health and Development: Two Worlds or One? Autism Needs an Integrated Approach 11. An Architecture for Autism- The Autism ASPECTSS Design Index as a framework for conducive environments 12. Autistic Ontologies and the Open Genome 13. Reconceptualizing Training as "Professional Formation” in the Field of Autism 14. Early intervention system for children with autism and their families 15. Inclusion of Children with ASD Using Integrated Functional Development and Psychodynamic Approach 16. A Comparative Study of Infants and Toddlers Treated with an Intensive Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder 17. Media Psychology and Technology and Autism: Engagement, Learning, Therapy, and Entertainment 18. Changing the Lens on The Spectrum: A Developmental, Parent-Mediated, Play-Based Intervention 19. Exercise Based interventions for individuals with ASD 21. Treatment in Children with ASD: Areas of Unmet Need in the United States 22. Early Development of ASD 23. Mixtures of Xenobiotics Found in Human Fluid Modify Embryonic Thyroid Hormone Signalling and Brain Development 24. The Hidden Meanings of Repetitive Behaviors” - A Window into The Child's Inner World Through A Multidisciplinary Perspective 25. Effective Mechanisms in the Development of Symbolism and Potential Space among Children with ASD

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Das, Undurti N.
o Name: Undurti N. Das, MD, FAMS, FRSC
o Affiliation: President and Founder of UND Life Sciences, Editor-in Chief Lipids in Health and Disease journal by BioMed Central, UK.
o Contact Information:
o Undurti N Das, MD, FAMS, FRSC
o UND Life Sciences
o 2221 NW 5th St, Battle Ground, WA 98604, USA
o E-mail: undurti@lipidworld.com or undurti@hotmail.com
o Ph: 216-231-5548 or 508-904-5376
Papaneophytou, Neophytos
Dr. Neo earned a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology and is a postgraduate fellow of the Parent-Infant Mental Health program (UMASS/Boston.) He holds multiple licenses in mental health from numerous states (CT, GA, MA, NY & PA). He is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), a licensed professional counselor (LPC), a national certified counselor (NCC), and a distance credentialed counselor (DCC) . Dr. Neo works with clients of all ages from a developmental perspective; this is of particular importance when working with children and young adults.
El-Kour, Tatyana
Tatyana El-Kour is seeking her Ph.D in Psychology with a concentration in the social impact of mobile media and immersive tech. She has a background as a nutrition professional, a public health office, and as a clinician. Her specialties include nutrition in complex emergencies, disaster and huanitarian relief, medial nutrition therapy, and behavior management.
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