By Fred R. Volkmar, Brian Reichow, James C. McPartland
The learn on youngsters with autism spectrum problems (ASD) is vast and growing to be. even though those stipulations are well-known as affecting the complete lifespan, the literature on ASD after adolescence is restricted and has no longer been introduced jointly in one quantity in over a decade.
Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders fills this data hole through targeting wishes and problems precise to those levels of improvement. specialist members supply cogent experiences of complicated concerns, from schooling to employment, rest actions to unlawful behaviors, psychological future health matters to clinical future health matters. the most recent findings in key parts, similar to psychosocial and home remedies, social abilities courses, epidemiology, the effect of ASD on households, are tested intimately. through the quantity, insurance makes a speciality of components requiring more desirable versions of overview, up to date info, new interventions and elevated aid services.
Featured subject matters include:
- Transition from highschool to maturity for teenagers and teenagers with ASD.
- Innovative programming to help students with ASD.
- Romantic relationships, sexuality and ASD.
- Treatment of psychological healthiness comorbidities.
- Assessment and therapy making plans in adults with ASD.
- The variety of results and demanding situations in center and later life.
Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders is a must have reference for a variety of clinicians and practitioners– in addition to researchers and graduate scholars – in medical baby, college and developmental psychology; baby and adolescent psychiatry; social paintings; rehabilitation medicine/therapy; schooling and basic practice/family medication. it is going to additionally function a major source for fogeys and caregivers with its concentrate on translating the present nation of information suitable to realizing teenagers and adults with ASD into functional and suitable tips on how most sensible to aid them.
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Extra info for Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
As difficult as it was for parents to raise and cope with these challenging children, dealing with the added burden of blame and guilt was grossly unfair and harmful. Parents who were able to survive through sheer determination, courage, and single-mindedness of purpose still were scarred by their negative experiences with professionals. Others, who were unable to deal with a critical and markedly unhelpful professional community, gave up their struggle, placing their children in institutions. In some instances, parents were told early on to give their child up, partly because of the lack of available services and also because pediatricians and others failed to understand the parent perspective.
A number of studies have shown that the majority of young adults continue to live at home with their parents. Shattuck et al. (2011) reported 79 % of adults with ASD aged 19–23 still lived at home with their parents in the few years after completing high school. The CARD program in their online survey found 85 % of adults still lived with their families. In a Spanish study, Saldana et al. (2009) reported 87 % of adults out of 74 lived with their families. In one of the few studies that showed a majority of adults with ASD leaving home, using data obtained from the State Mental Retardation Developmental Disabilities agencies in New York (n = 7,941) and Massachusetts (n = 1,198), Seltzer, Krauss, Orsmond, and Vestal (2000) reported that only 1/4 to 1/3 of the adults with ASD lived at home which was lower than those with other intellectual disabilities.
2009), though the availability of these services varies greatly upon the person’s location and available funding sources. , 2009). In their study of 26 families of adults in England, Hare et al. (2004) found a significant positive correlation between formal support, family’s weekly income, receipt of autism-specific day care and families’ total satisfaction scores with day services. Living situations. One of the top concerns of families is finding an appropriate living situation for their adults with ASD.