Approach to the autistic spectrum disorder

Authors

  • Cristina Maria Belmonte Pérez
  • Isabel Albaladejo Martinez
  • Nerea Liza Clares
  • Jose María Rabal Alonso

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n2-052

Keywords:

inclusion, special education, attention to diversity, ASD, asperger's, autism

Abstract

The objective of the work that we are going to present below is to choose a type of disability, in our case the Autism Spectrum Disorder, on which we will work with the intention of developing an educational project in which the students are given a response, having take into account the individual characteristics of each of them, as well as the context in which they are found. We decided to choose this disability because the four members of the group have treaty, at some point in our life, with people who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, whether they are children or adults. Therefore, it seemed a good idea to work on a topic that we have had the opportunity toapproachpersonally one way or another. However, this does not mean that, by having had the opportunity to meet and interact with people with this syndrome, we have known how to act with and towards them. It is for this reason that we would like to be able to know their characteristics and the needs they need to be able to successfully achieve in our future what we do notwe knew how to doin the past, that is, to contribute to a good development of the student body and to cooperate to achieve their integration into society.

Published

2021-05-10