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Autism prevalence among black and Hispanic children is approaching that of white children.
Which of the following is NOT a common characteristic of ASD?
Diagnostic criteria include deficits in social communication and social interaction; OR restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interest or activities, which cause significant impairments in daily functioning.
Social Communication Disorder (SCD) may be a distinct diagnosis, idiopathic in nature, and may be associated with other conditions with either known (e.g., ASD, TBI) or unknown etiology.
Diagnosis of SCD and ASD continue to be within SLP scope of practice, but the diagnosis is limited to medical professionals.
Due to the pervasive nature of social communication impairments, children and adolescents with social communication disorder are eligible for speech-language pathology services, regardless of cognitive abilities or performance on standardized testing of formal language skills.
The assessment tools used for diagnosis of Social Communication Disorder (SCD) should:
Screening and Assessment of Social Communication Disorder should be culturally and linguistically appropriate, with consideration given to language attrition.
Which of the following are evidence-supported intervention strategies for Social Communication Disorder?
Social (pragmatic) communication disorder (SCD) may be a more appropriate diagnosis than ASD for an individual exhibiting difficulties with social skills in the absence of restricted or repetitive patterns of behavior.