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Autism, 2.11 (G) Quiz Week 2

Week 2 TOTAL POINTS 12

Question 1 What is the average age of Diagnosis for ASD? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, Why is Early Identification Important?

Age 6 Years

Age 12 Months

Age 4 Years

Age 18 Months

Question 2 What percentage of adults with ASD are reported to live independently? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, What Happens After High School?

More than 80%

45% - 60%

25% - 40 %

65% - 80%

15% - 20%

Question 3 What are the primary challenges faced by college aged students with ASD? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What Happens After High School?

Accessing academic accommodations

Self disclosing their disability

Self advocating for their reasonable accommodations

Question 4 Which of the following are reasons it is important to evaluate and identify characteristics of ASD early? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, Why is Early Identification Important?

Earlier you start intervention, the better the prognosis

If diagnosis is delayed other secondary difficulties occur.

To identify language difficulties unrelated to autism

Question 5 Which of the following are characteristics of ASD in infant development? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in Infants and Toddlers?

Babbling by 12 months of age

No big smile by six months of age

No use of back and forth gestures, such as pointing, showing, reaching or waving.

No back and forth sharing of sounds, smiles or other facial expressions

Any noted loss of speech, babbling or social interaction

No wordsby 18 months of age

Using two-wordmeaningful phrases by the 24 month age

Question 6 Which of the following are red flags for ASD during toddler development? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in Infants and Toddlers?

Enjoyment of pretend play

A limited interest in other children

Lining things up or engaging in repetitive patterns of behavior with toys and objects.

A lack or delay in spoken language

An excessive use of gestures or pointing to reference objects

Extremetantrums where the child is simply inconsolable

Sensory avoidant behaviors

Question 7 Which of the following are indicators of ASD noticeable during preschool ages? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in Preschoolers?

Delay in spoken language or communicating differently than peers

Compliant adaptation when someone tries to get them to play with a toy in a different way

A delayed use of pointing in order to get and sustain the attention of others

A lack of spontaneous functional play

Imitation and social referencing with peers

Question 8 Which of the following are common challenges faced by school aged children on the autism spectrum? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in K-12 Students?

The school aged child shows empathy when another child is hurt on the playground.

They may use language or vocabulary that's significantly above their age level.

They protest shifting from one activity to another.

Social deficits that impact their participation in activities

Someone may suspect attention deficit or a learning disability.

A wide range of interests and interaction with peers

Question 9 Which of the following are reasons children on the autism spectrum begin first grade without an official diagnosis of ASD? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in K-12 Students?

Some are identified as only having a speech and language delay

They are diagnosed during preschool.

Some simply go undiagnosed.

Question 10 Which of the following challenges are notable for those in middle and high school with ASD? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in K-12 Students?

They usually keep pace with changes and increased academic rigor.

Social challenges increase in middle and high school for those with ASD.

They may not be able to keep pace with developing social and independent living skills.

There is a reduction in anxiety and depression.

Those affected by autism report bullying at higher rates during this stage.

Question 11 Which one of the following is often a challenge experienced by adults after they age out of special education supports and services? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, What Happens After High School?

They work in a job far above their skill level.

They find a job appropriate to their skill level.

They experience working in a job that's far below their skill level.

Question 12 Which of the following is NOT a helpful tip for to find work for someone with ASD? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, What are Some Helpful Tips for Finding Work?

Volunteer and do internships, to learn job skills and establish relationships with potential employers.

Assess strengths and interests

Find supports available to adults with ASD, including the Disabled Student Service Center on college campuses, the Department of Rehabilitation, or the local state disability services.

Rely on a traditional resume and job interview approach to finding work.

Match employment opportunities to strengths, passions, and interests.

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Week 2 TOTAL POINTS 12

Question 1 What is the average age of Diagnosis for ASD? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, Why is Early Identification Important?

Age 6 Years

Age 12 Months

Age 4 Years

Age 18 Months

Question 2 What percentage of adults with ASD are reported to live independently? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, What Happens After High School?

More than 80%

45% - 60%

25% - 40 %

65% - 80%

15% - 20%

Question 3 What are the primary challenges faced by college aged students with ASD? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What Happens After High School?

Accessing academic accommodations

Self disclosing their disability

Self advocating for their reasonable accommodations

Question 4 Which of the following are reasons it is important to evaluate and identify characteristics of ASD early? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, Why is Early Identification Important?

Earlier you start intervention, the better the prognosis

If diagnosis is delayed other secondary difficulties occur.

To identify language difficulties unrelated to autism

Question 5 Which of the following are characteristics of ASD in infant development? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in Infants and Toddlers?

Babbling by 12 months of age

No big smile by six months of age

No use of back and forth gestures, such as pointing, showing, reaching or waving.

No back and forth sharing of sounds, smiles or other facial expressions

Any noted loss of speech, babbling or social interaction

No wordsby 18 months of age

Using two-wordmeaningful phrases by the 24 month age

Question 6 Which of the following are red flags for ASD during toddler development? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in Infants and Toddlers?

Enjoyment of pretend play

A limited interest in other children

Lining things up or engaging in repetitive patterns of behavior with toys and objects.

A lack or delay in spoken language

An excessive use of gestures or pointing to reference objects

Extremetantrums where the child is simply inconsolable

Sensory avoidant behaviors

Question 7 Which of the following are indicators of ASD noticeable during preschool ages? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in Preschoolers?

Delay in spoken language or communicating differently than peers

Compliant adaptation when someone tries to get them to play with a toy in a different way

A delayed use of pointing in order to get and sustain the attention of others

A lack of spontaneous functional play

Imitation and social referencing with peers

Question 8 Which of the following are common challenges faced by school aged children on the autism spectrum? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in K-12 Students?

The school aged child shows empathy when another child is hurt on the playground.

They may use language or vocabulary that's significantly above their age level.

They protest shifting from one activity to another.

Social deficits that impact their participation in activities

Someone may suspect attention deficit or a learning disability.

A wide range of interests and interaction with peers

Question 9 Which of the following are reasons children on the autism spectrum begin first grade without an official diagnosis of ASD? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in K-12 Students?

Some are identified as only having a speech and language delay

They are diagnosed during preschool.

Some simply go undiagnosed.

Question 10 Which of the following challenges are notable for those in middle and high school with ASD? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are Indicators of ASD in K-12 Students?

They usually keep pace with changes and increased academic rigor.

Social challenges increase in middle and high school for those with ASD.

They may not be able to keep pace with developing social and independent living skills.

There is a reduction in anxiety and depression.

Those affected by autism report bullying at higher rates during this stage.

Question 11 Which one of the following is often a challenge experienced by adults after they age out of special education supports and services? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, What Happens After High School?

They work in a job far above their skill level.

They find a job appropriate to their skill level.

They experience working in a job that's far below their skill level.

Question 12 Which of the following is NOT a helpful tip for to find work for someone with ASD? (Select one answer. ) Please review video titled, What are Some Helpful Tips for Finding Work?

Volunteer and do internships, to learn job skills and establish relationships with potential employers.

Assess strengths and interests

Find supports available to adults with ASD, including the Disabled Student Service Center on college campuses, the Department of Rehabilitation, or the local state disability services.

Rely on a traditional resume and job interview approach to finding work.

Match employment opportunities to strengths, passions, and interests.

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