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Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist (ATEC)

Parents may complete this ATEC Checklist for autism symptoms in their child  This is a standardized evaluation tool that used by practitioners and professionals treating children in the field of ASD. It can be a very useful tool to measure your child's progress during homeopathic treatment. I will sometimes ask clients of children with severe autistic symptoms to do it every 6 months as well as prior to our initial consultation in order to track overall progress.

It just takes 5 minutes to fill in the online form, then you get an email with the results which you review which can then forward to your practitioner.

Access the ATEC here www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1329619/Autism-Treatment-Evaluation-Checklist-revised

About Autism Subtypes

A Harvard Medical School analysis of electronic medical records suggests that some children with autism fall into one of three distinct subgroups based on common medical issues.

1.Those in the first group have seizures, or epilepsy.

2. Those in the second have health issues that affect multiple body systems such as seizures combined with GI disorders and/or hearing and cardiac problems.

3. Those in the third have psychiatric disorders such as bipolar disorder, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or obsessive compulsive disorder.

Read more about the study on the Subtypes of autism by cluster analysis.

The most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders version 5 (DSM-5) has just a single category for the diagnosis of an autistic disorder-- autism spectrum disorders, which includes the following which were previously listed as individual disorders:

  1. Autistic disorder. This is what most people think of when they hear the word "autism." It refers to problems with social interactions, communication, and imaginative play in children younger than 3 years.

  2. Asperger's syndrome. These children don't have a problem with language -- in fact, they tend to score in the average or above-average range on intelligence tests. But they have the same social problems and limited scope of interests as children with autistic disorder.

  3. Pervasive developmental disorder or PDD -- also known as atypical autism. This is a kind of catch-all category for children who have some autistic behaviors but who don't fit into other categories.

  4. Rett syndrome. Children with Rett syndrome, primarily girls, start developing normally but then begin losing their communication and social skills. Beginning at the age of 1 to 4 years, repetitive hand movements replace purposeful use of the hands. Children with Rett syndrome are usually severely cognitively impaired.

  5. Childhood disintegrative disorder. These children develop normally for at least two years and then lose some or most of their communication and social skills. This is an extremely rare disorder and its existence as a separate condition is a matter of debate among many mental health professionals.




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