PDDNOSPervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) define autism spectrum disorders as developmental disabilities comprising not only classic autism, but also Asperger's disorder and a cluster of other conditions grouped under the rubric "pervasive development disorder-not otherwise specified" (PDDNOS).
The majority of participants were required to have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder (e.g., Autistic Disorder/Autism, Asperger's Disorder, PDDNOS or pervasive developmental disorder.) Studies utilized various methods to diagnose the participants.
This number does not include other autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), such as Asperger's syndrome or pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDDNOS).
Concurrent (2005) (2001) multiple baseline, 2 groups Wiggs & Stores Individual Functional 30 (1998) behavioural assessment, treatment Randomised design with matched control group Wolf, Risley, & Routine, negative Functional 1 Mees (1964) consequences assessment, Case study Study Disability Age Sleeplessness (years) Bramble (1997) Severe ID, 3 with 3.5 - 12 Settling, night DS, range of waking, co- other disabilities sleeping Chrislodulu & Dev delay with 2.5 - Settling, night Durand (2004) CHARGE 5.9 waking, co- association, sleeping PDDNOS, IGA deficiency and ankyoglosia, autism Curfs.
Educators and parents can use this document as a guide that describes effective models of educating students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including: Autistic Disorder; Asperger's Disorder; Pervasive Developmental Disorder; Not Otherwise Specified (PDDNOS); Rett Disorder and Childhood Disintegrative Disorder.