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  1. asds are diagnosed in approximately 1 out of 150 children in the united states, 1, 2 and given the increasing evidence that early intervention improves outcomes for children with asd, there is an urgent need to enhance early detection and intervention efforts. 3 retrospective parent reports, 4, 5 early home videotapes, 6, 7 and newer prospective …

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    Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder Among Children Aged 8 Years — Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, 11 Sites, United States, 2016 MMWR Surveillance Summary. March 2020. Matthew J. Maenner, PhD1; Kelly A. Shaw, PhD1; Jon Baio; EdS1; Anita Washington, MPH1; Mary Patrick, MPH1; Monica DiRienzo, MA1; Deborah L. Christensen, P...

    Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder Among Children Aged 8 Years — Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, 11 Sites, United States, 2014 MMWR Surveillance Summary. April 2018. Baio J, Wiggins L, Christensen DL, Maenner MJ, Daniels J, Warren Z, Kurzius-Spencer M, Zahorodny W, Robinson Rosenberg C, White T, Durkin MS, Imm P, Nikol...

    Reported wandering behavior among children with autism spectrum disorder and/or intellectual disability.external icon Journal of Pediatrics. July 2016. Rice CE, Zablotsky B, Avila RM, Colpe LJ, Schieve LA, Pringle B, Blumberg SJ. Population impact of preterm birth and low birth weight on developmental disabilities in US children.external icon Annal...

    Estimated prevalence of autism and other developmental disabilities following questionnaire changes in the 2014 National Health Interview Survey.external icon National Health Statistics Report. November 2015. Zablotsky B, Black LI, Maenner MJ, Schieve LA, Blumberg SJ. Autism spectrum disorder prevalence and proximity to industrial facilities releas...

    Using standardized diagnostic instruments to classify children with autism in the Study to Explore Early Development.external icon Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. October 2014 [Epub ahead of print]. Wiggins LD, Reynolds A, Rice CE, Moody EJ, Bernal P, Blaskey L, Rosenberg SA, Lee LC, Levy SE. Screening for developmental delays among ...

    Prevalence of cerebral palsy, co-occurring autism spectrum disorders, and motor functioning – Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, USA, 2008.external icon Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. October 2013. Christensen D, Van Naarden Braun K, Doernberg NS, Maenner MJ, Arneson CL, Durkin MS, Benedict RE, Kirby RS, Wingate ...

    Comparison of a broad-based screen versus disorder-specific screen in detecting young children with an autism spectrum disorder.external icon Autism. December 2012. Wiggins LD, Piazza V, Robins DL. Predictors of ascertainment of autism spectrum disorders across nine US communities.external icon Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Decembe...

    Click on one of the following links to see a list of developmental disabilities-related scientific articles from CDC authors: 1. 2011 pdf icon[15 KB, 2 Pages, 508] 2. 2010 pdf icon[15 KB, 1 Page, 508] 3. 2009 pdf icon[14 KB, 2 Pages, 508] 4. 2008 pdf icon[87 KB, 2 Pages, 508] 5. 2007 pdf icon[87 KB, 1 Page, 508] 6. 2006 pdf icon[85 KB, 1 Page, 508]

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    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) indicates several neurodevelopmental impairments which may end in impairments in motor or physical activities. Daily physical activity involvement was investigated in a total of 83 children (52 boys and 31 girls) with ASD aged 6–15 years. Results indicated that only 10 (12%) of children with ASD were physically active...

    Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) describe a group of neurodevelopmental conditions in which the individuals face challenges with social engagement and age-appropriate play and fail to develop appropriate peer relationships according to their developmental level [1]. Although young people are frequently recommended to participate in leisure activiti...

    A total sample of 83 children (53 boys and 31 girls) with high functioning ASD (IQ > 70) aged 6 to 15 years (Mean = 9.8, SD = 1.8) were recruited from four autism specific schools in Tehran. All of the subjects had received a clinical diagnosis of ASD (autism, Asperger’s, or pervasive developmental disorder, not otherwise specified) by a child psyc...

    The descriptive characteristics of children and their families are shown in Table 1. Children with median age of 9.5 (8.5–11.3) were assigned to this study. Eighty-nine percent of children had no or only one sibling. From all children, 21 (25.3%) lived in single-parent families. Composite score for leisure time activity was in average 47.7 and SD =...

    Daily physical and play activities have an important role in the psychosocial development of children. In fact an appropriate activity profile prevents them from isolation in adulthood [27] and significantly influences the wellbeing of children [17, 28]. Nevertheless, there was lack of studies assessing daily activities participation in children wi...

    The authors want to thank the children with autism and families who took part in this study. This research was funded by Tehran University of Medical Sciences.

    • Amir Hossein Memari, Nekoo Panahi, Elaheh Ranjbar, Pouria Moshayedi, Masih Shafiei, Ramin Kordi, Vah...
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  2. Thirty-five teachers of students with autism between the ages of 3 and 9 years were recruited from one midwestern and one southern state as part of a larger randomized controlled study on teacher consultation and coaching for young children with autism ( Ruble et al. 2008 ).

    • Lisa A. Ruble, John McGrew, Nancy Dalrymple, Nancy Dalrymple, Lee Ann Jung
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