Heller syndrome

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Saturday, June 15, 2019


Childhood dyslexia is a mental disorder in children, also known as Heller syndrome. It is classified under the autism spectrum disorder according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. The disorder is characterized by loss of previously acquired skills, such as language and social skills, gradual or sudden decline in communication ability Using words, with a decline in social and emotional development, which causes poor ability to communicate with others, even if they are parents. The social, interactive, and behavioral features of children's dyslexia are similar to those of To unite [1]. Symptoms of childhood dyslexia There are several symptoms associated with childhood dyslexia, the most important loss of previously acquired skills, such as the following skills [2]:
Expressive language skills. Language skills. Social skills, and self-care skills. Control the bowel or bladder. Play skills. Driving skills. There are also abnormal changes in the following skills: social interaction. Telecommunications. Frequent interests or behaviors. Changes occur at least two years after normal development, usually between 3 and 4 years of age, but generally before the age of 10. Can be severe enough, as children themselves realize their remarkable decline, and may ask what is happening to them. Parents and specialists usually did not notice any abnormalities in the child's language, nonverbal communication, social relationships, play, adaptive behavior, or emotional development. A child who has been able to communicate through two or three words begins to lose this ability, as he or she may eventually stop talking completely or retain only remnants of his previous conversations. There may be social and emotional problems, such as a child's failure to embrace as happily as before, as he becomes unable to communicate physically. Some children are described as interacting with hallucinations. Causes of Childhood Disorder Disorder Causes of childhood dyslexia are still unknown. The cause is a defect in the genes in general, or in the genes involved in the development of the central nervous system, contributing to the disorder, and despite the association of childhood dyslexia with other disorders, In the storage of fat, and in the immune response, but none of these cases appear to be an underlying cause of childhood dyslexic disorder. Diagnosis of children with this disorder is weak, because many individuals suffer from severe mental disability and permanent, Treatments that aim to install behavior and communication and improve, and develop language skills [3]. Treatment of childhood dyslexia There is no known cure for dyslexic childhood disorder, but strategies can positively help to control the disorder as with other developmental disorders. Treatments are included under the private and individual education classes, where educational plans are developed to suit the individual needs of the affected children The most common treatments include: [4] environmental and optical support using optical tables. Behavioral Behavior Analysis. Separate practice training, a teaching curriculum that focuses on repeated attempts to promote behavior. Social stories and comic conversations. Language support, dialogue. Physical and occupational therapy. Although there are no drugs to treat the disorder, there are some medications that may treat the accompanying symptoms, where the best results for treatment when working as a team among supporting individuals.

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