Peter Rosenbaum and Briano di Rezze discuss autism, social communication and the Autism Classification System.
Brief on Autism Spectrum Disorders and Occupational Therapy for the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, Ottawa, Nov. 2006.
The purpose of this Keeping Current is to review the concern that, rather than being integrated, these two streams ("development" and "disability") of thought have traditionally run more or less in parallel.
ACSF:SC (Autism Classification System of Functioning: Social Communication)
There are many tools that assess the functional status of children with ASD, but no valid and reliable functional classification system exists with which to group children.
The Autism Classification System of Functioning: Social Communication, or ACSF:SC, provides a standardized and simplified way for clinicians, therapists, teachers, and parents to talk about what a child’s social communication abilities are.
This is an annotated bibliography of selected books on Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) that may be suitable for different audiences and purposes.