The Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) categorises various types and forms of autism that can generally be described by symptoms and severity. The core of ASD is Autism, a disorder of neural development characterised by impaired social interaction and communication, and restricted and repetitive behaviour. These signs all begin before a child is three years old.
Children with Asperger Syndrome show significant difficulties in social interaction, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviour and interests. The linguistic and cognitive development of the child is commonly preserved, unlike cases of autism. PDD-NOS is a milder form of autism that is not well defined. It is often diagnosed when full criteria for autism or Asperger syndrome and not met. Children with PDD-NOS have only some symptoms of autism, and thus cannot be diagnosed with autism. This disorder is sometimes referred to as “atypical autism” by specialists
Brain mapping is particularly effective for clients with ASD due to the spectral nature of the disorder. Spectrum Learning’s routine brain mapping allows us to correctly access and identify QEEG profiles of various types of autism along the entire spectrum. This is essential in providing information for an individualised and effective brain training programme.
Spectrum Learning is among the first to use neurofeedback to exercise the brains of autistic children in 1995. Neurofeedback training is able to exercise specific parts of the brain directly and improve the quality of life in the long-run through:
Beyond brain factors, we believe that toxins in the body that are circulated to the brain can also be a significant contributing factor of autistic spectrum disorders. Hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) is the best tool to access the possible causes and/or aggravators of ASD.
Numerous research studies have shown the common biological factors that affect ASD include:
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