Autism Spectrum Disorders

A systematic PRISMA review of individuals with autism spectrum disorder in secure psychiatric care: prevalence, treatment, risk assessment and other clinical considerations – 2018

Purpose Patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) present with specific assessment, specific difficulties, needs and therapeutic issues and therefore are a challenging group for forensic services. Given the challenge that individuals with ASD present to forensic services, the suggested increase

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Autism and employment: What works [2019]

Highlights • Those with autism were more likely to indicate employment enablers consistent with. • The physical occupational environment. • Circumstances that limited contact with others. • Intervention might target inclusive organizations with a diversity climate. Abstract Introduction People with

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Autistic spectrum disorder without intellectual impairment in adult mental health services – fostering new perspectives and enhancing existing services [2018]

Autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neuro-developmental disability with multi-systemic impacts. Individuals with ASD without intellectual impairment (DSM-V) or Aspergers (DSM-IV) are often particularly vulnerable to mental health problems such as anxiety disorders including social phobia and generalised anxiety disorder,

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