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Literatura Científica

A intervenção dos pais e dos profissionais nas crianças autistas deve alicerçar-se em dados científicos claros e objectivos, neste sentido pretendemos neste espaço contribuir para o debate do Autismo.Procuraremos divulgar estudos relevantes e actuais referentes ao Autismo e às Perturbações Globais do desenvolvimento.

Publicações 2005

A comparison of intensive behavior analytic and eclectic treatments for young children with autism - Ver artigoHoward JS, Sparkman CR, Cohen HG, Green G, Stanislaw HRes Dev Disabil. 2005 Jul-Aug; 26(4):359-83"(...) Independent examiners administered standardized tests of cognitive, language, and adaptive skills to children in all three groups at intake and about 14 months after treatment began.(..) At follow-up, the intensive behavior analytic intervention group had higher mean standard scores in all skill domains than the intensive "eclectic" intervention and non-intensive public early intervention programs." Intensive behavioral treatment for children with autism: four-year outcome and predictors.Sallows GO, Graupner TD.Am J Ment Retard. 2005 Nov;110(6):417-38"(...) we found that 48% of all children showed rapid learning, achieved average posttreatment scores, and at age 7, were succeeding in regular education classrooms."

 

2006

Eight case reports of learning recovery in children with pervasive developmental disorders after early interventionEric M. Butter, James A. Mulick and Bernard MetzBehav. Intervent. (2006)21: 227-243"The current study provides case descriptions of eight children previously diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder and mental retardation who, after EIBI treatment, no longer met behavioral criteria for mental retardation or a PDD." Autism: a review of the state of the science for pediatric primary health care clinicians.Barbaresi WJ, Katusic SK, Voigt RG.Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. (2006) Nov;160(11):1167-75"Recent studies have concluded that intensity of intervention is important (ie, a minimum of 20 hours per week) and that ABA is superior to other intervention strategies."

 

2007

Controlled Study Behavioral Treatment Between Ages 4 and 7: A Comparison Outcome for Children with Autism who Began IntensiveSvein Eikeseth, Tristram Smith, Erik Jahr and Sigmund EldevikBehav Modif ; 31; 264 (2007)"Both behavioral and eclectic treatment took place in public kindergartens and elementary schools for typically developing children. At a mean age of 8 years, 2 months, the behavioral treatment group showed larger increases in IQ and adaptive functioning than did the eclectic group. The behavioral treatment group also displayed fewer aberrant behaviors and social problems at follow-up." Cost Comparison of Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention and Special Education for Children with AutismGregory S. Chasson · Gerald E. Harris · Wendy J. NeelyJ Child Fam Stud (2007) 16:401-413"Our results indicate that the state of Texas would save $208,500 per child across eighteen years of education with Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention."

 

2008

Outcome of comprehensive psycho-educational interventions for young children with autism.Eikeseth S.Res Dev Disabil. 2008 Apr 1"Based on these guidelines interventions based on ABA will be considered ''Well Established''. TEACCH and Colorado Health Science model will be considered neither ''Well Established'' nor ''Probably efficacious''."

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Artigos Científicos

Análise Comportamental Aplicada – Um Modelo para a Educação Especial (mais) Compreender o ABA (Site Autimismo) (mais) Autism – Leading Childhood Disorder (mais)

Lei Lanterman

Abordagem Geral do Centro ABCReal Portugal

Histórias

"Mais alto do que as palavras" de Jenny McCarthy (mais) "Nascido num dia azul" de Daniel Tammet (mais)