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Between eight and thirty have provided valuable insights into the sensory experi pictures were included in each domain. As these Procedure experiences are intensely personal, it could be argued Ethical clearance was obtained from the University of that rst-hand accounts have greater validity than the Queensland Ethics Review Committee. Informed parent reports of family members who attempt to interpret consent and adolescent assent were obtained. Each adolescent engaged this study explored the utility of using a semi-struc in a semi-structured interview, ranging from two and a tured interview protocol augmented with visual cues to half to three hours, conducted by one of the authors (S. The participants were strategies to manage sensory interests/aversions that asked to think about their reactions to sensory input, threaten to interfere with participation. Visual cues were with the visual cues presented as prompts rather than © 2013 the Authors Australian Occupational Therapy Journal © 2013 Occupational Therapy Australia 174 J. Tran cated that they had a history of normal language devel scripts were deidentied and pseudonyms were used. Although individuals with high-func were included where it augmented the data provided tioning autism and Asperger disorder have pragmatic by the adolescents. As all par Content analysis was performed as transcripts were col ticipants were also managing age-appropriate main our coded independently by two authors (S. An a priori coding system was used, highlighting sufcient language and cognitive skills to participate in pleasant, unpleasant and distracting sensory experiences the interview. Mayes, Calhoun, Mayes and Molitoris nature of response until consensus was reached. As is either one” and the transition from a light room to dark also common in this population, two of the participants ness. The ones that are dis the semi-structured interview ndings are presented tracting are the ones that I like, pretty much all of them within two sections: (i) experiences of sound, vision, Interesting to see how it works, how it ts together. Where relevant, information provided by par when I’m trying to pay for something, it distracts me. Luke also found looking at ceiling Sensory domains fans enjoyable but distracting, “Overhead fans, I could All participants identied listening to music (radio/ just follow them round and round and round all day. Andrew and Luke Brendan’s attention and were enjoyable for all partici enjoyed pizza, cheese, fruit, crunchy and juicy foods, pants, despite relight ‘hurting’ Luke’s eyes. Andrew enjoyed the feel of wool and rubbery things Luke sought alternate spaces to avoid noise. Luke enjoyed the bedrooms to avoid the sound of his neighbour playing feel of heavy blankets, money, animals, sticky things piano). Brendan disliked the feel of certain fabrics conversations, “in high school you just pick up your (wool, cotton, shag rug), although “given the opportu bags and say come on and then they pick up their bags nity he’ll sit and hold something soft” (as reported by and come with you, no questions asked. Andrew disliked wearing uniforms would use, “lots of his usual avoiding behaviours” to with plastic stitching. Brendan and Luke disliked hav avoid crowds, for example, “he’d want to eat, he’d want ing their hair cut when younger. To avoid to changes in temperature and disliked showering when smells, Brendan would “leave the room, go down younger as “right afterwards it was really cold. Andrew would “put the shades down so that just feel it go tap, tap, tap all over you. When younger, Andrew “used to put my ears and moving fast (rollerblading, ice skating, riding roller under pillows” to block out the sound of the phone coasters). Where parents were aware of their child’s sen moving in water and balancing (Brendan and Luke), sory aversions, preferred options were provided. Andrew cleaning and hygiene products, and Luke’s mother pur enjoyed spinning around, “I strap myself into a spinning chased children’s toothpaste). Andrew Increase predictability/control and Luke disliked tripping and being tackled. Andrew Sensory stimulus was preferred if it was expected, pre disliked swinging as, “It makes my stomach turn a bit. As Luke disliked “moving when I can’t see where I’m going, Andrew described, “In races when I’m expecting a that’s why when I’m playing Marco Polo with someone I whistle it’s okay if someone whistles and doesn’t tell don’t want to be it,” but stated, “although if I do know me – not okay. When old school a person was constantly whistling, I con aged 13–14 years, Brendon avoided showering for stantly told them to stop and stop and he never did ‘weeks’ at a time, as he disliked the transition from hot and I walked up to him and told him in a rm voice to to cold. Andrew would ‘put out the Brendan smells foods during cooking, eats only specic garbage’ and Brendan would ‘turn on the fan’ to brands, coats foods in barbeque sauce and does not eat remove unpleasant smells. Brendan cooked and Luke described removing an annoying ticking clock, ate predictable foods, “Generally if I cook something “If it’s a small clock, like in my nanna’s house there’s a she (Mum) has cooked it before. Brendan’s mother supported stimuli such as ltered light, transitions from dark to this, “He still dgets a lotwriggling his toes and jig sunlight or hot to cold, unpredictable tastes. Luke described being were enjoyed, whereas complex, unpredictable sounds frustrated by needing movement, “When I want to not such as surrounding conversations were disliked. All move I’m ne, when I want to move I’m like, I want to participants were fascinated by predictable, repetitive move, I want to move and if I don’t it’s [frustrating]. Visuo-spatial pattern analysis has been Luke managed this by: “if I wriggle my toes nobody identied as an area of strength in this population can see it sometimes I pretend to drop my pencil just (Howlin, Goode, Hutton & Rutter, 2009). Brendan and Luke identied ‘talking’ them as unpleasant if they were self-generated and therefore selves through to cope with unpleasant/annoying sen predictable. Luke’s rst coping strategy in response to these same sounds were perceived to be aversive when annoying/unpleasant sensory information was to “try to they were generated by others and unable to be con ignore it. Brendan began preparing the family meals at an and it’s going to be over in a couple of seconds, so you unusually young age and coated foods in a familiar just keep working, doesn’t matter, you can’t do any sauce). Luke described his plan to notice relevant sounds such as others talking to them, prevent distraction by overhead fans in the classroom, which is consistent with previous ndings in relation to “I’ve got to get on with my school work so I don’t even auditory ltering difculties (Lane et al. From a sensory modulation perspective, movement may be used to increase arousal. It is possible that other variables as being tackled or tripped and “moving when I can’t such as comorbid diagnoses, the use of medication, see where I’m going” (Luke). This suggests a difculty disengaging the experiences as these may inform the theories and lan focus of attention from salient stimuli, as described by guage of the research (Hammell, Carpenter & Dyck, Liss et al. There was also some evidence of the 2000), author bias was, nevertheless, minimised through use of intense focus on one unchanging element as a independent coding of transcripts by two authors, peer means of screening out overwhelming extraneous input. Although the participants gave many overwhelmed by too much visual stimuli at the shops, examples of sensory sensitivities and sensory-seeking so that “everything else just goes away”. It is possible that they lacked awareness sory responses had a pervasive impact when they were of their own under-responsiveness that may have been younger. There may therefore be some adolescence they had developed some strategies that merit in including a more detailed semi-structured effectively increased their control over their sensory interview of parents in future studies. Rather than relying solely on Asperger Syndrome may have more difculty with standardised questionnaires which involve closed ques meta-cognition than typically developing children (Sem tions and a pre-conceived sensory processing frame rud-Clikeman, Walkowiak, Wilkinson & Butcher, 2010), work, open-ended questions with visual prompts may meta-cognitive strategies have been successfully used be more effective in drawing out sensory-related issues with this population to accomplish self-chosen goals that are unique to the individual and his or her context. For example, Brendan pants is recommended to determine the utility of using was scored as ‘similar to others’ in sensitivity and ‘less a semi-structured interview protocol augmented with than others’ in sensory avoiding. However, the interview suggested that coating participation in this study, and Autism Queensland and foods in barbeque sauce may be a strategy to make the the University of Queensland for their assistance with taste more predictable. Using References qualitative research: A practical guide for occupational and Allison, C. Edinburgh & Toronto: Churchill Liv brief “red ags” for autism screening: the Short Autism ingstone. Journal of the American iors associated with tactile defensiveness: An explora Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 51 (2), 202–212. Sensory and attention abnormalities in autistic spectrum Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 77, 271–279.

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However, there is a limited number of families who can get the subsidy every year and the parents expressed that they were not satisfied with the quality of training provided by local training centres. The document for the application for a disability certificate is the diagnosis from the local well-known professionals of autism. When the application is accepted, the local government provides an evaluation of the child. If the parents want another child, they just need to provide evidence of the diagnosis of autism or mental disability from well-known professionals. Guangdong province One parent reported that in Shenzhen city in Guangzhou province, the policy is more flexible and the government provides more subsidy than Xiamen city. Both parents had not heard of any local policy for autism, but one reported that if the parent wanted a second child, a disability certificate is required. Other regions the rest of the parents in this sample had not heard of any local policy for autism in their regions. Thus, according to this opportunistic sample, local policies for autism vary within mainland China and policy in one region is usually not applicable to other regions. However, in Chinese culture, noticing details or recalling long ago event is considered as something good. It might be possible that parents in Group 2 wanted to show good of their children, so more parents in Group 2 provided an autism positive response on these items than Group 1. The example indicated a scenario that sometimes parents wanted the child to stop talking when they were arguing, the parent might say “try to say it again” which actually delivers a message to the child that you need to listen to what I say and stop arguing with me. However, children with autism may take this literally and just repeat what they have already said. However, there may be other reasons for such behaviour in typically developing children in China because most 385 families only have one child following the One-Child Policy. It is possible that the child is spoiled and continues arguing with their parents. And also, it is possible that the autistic cases in Group 1 had severe language delay, so the parents in Group 1 might have given a zero to this item. This item pertains to repetitive and stereotyped behaviours that are typical for children with autism. However, in a Chinese context this item may be misunderstood by parents of typically developing children. In Chinese families, it is the parents that usually determine the daily schedule related to the child. Parents try to adjust their own schedules in order to follow the school regulations, particularly when children are in primary schools. Parents of typically developing children may not be aware of the strong degree of repetition and insistence on sticking to the same routines among children with autism. Therefore it is likely that these parents may give an autism positive response to this item as they did not 345 Appendices realise how much more extreme children with autism are in relation to repetitiveness and routines. Speaking in an overly adult way may be considered as a sign of maturity in Chinese culture. When Chinese parents talk about their child, they very often say that their child sounds like ‘a little adult’, implying that the child is smarter and more sophisticated than other children. Item 34 (Does s/he try to impose routines on him/herself, or on others, in such a way that it causes problems Spoilt children (born under the One-Child Policy) might do things in a single-minded way according to their own needs regardless of other people. It is the children who ‘rule the roost’ especially with the protection and devotion of grandparents around them. Beijing Investigators: Professor Zhixiang Zhang (Peking University First Hospital, Peking University) Pro. The few available studies focusing on mainland China only reported the prevalence of childhood autism using different methodology to ascertain cases. In parallel, existing cases in the same region will be identified from multiple sources. The screening sample will be the total population between 6 to 11 years old in selected cities. In China, there are total 34 regions including 23 provinces, 4 municipalities, 5 autonomous regions and 2 special administrative regions. In order to have a representative screening sample, the records about each region in National Bureau of Statistics People’s Republic of China will be reviewed to select regions and cities in that region. The following variables will be used to select the regions and cities: economic level, percentage of mobile population of the district, the enrollment of primary schools, the distribution of primary school aged population, enrollment in special education settings, and information about parents such as age, occupation, educational background, social status, annual income of the parents etc. The target population will be total population of 6 selected cities who are 6 to 11 years old. The first approach will be though local primary schools for children who are 6 to 11 years old (1-4 grades). The second approach will be through local special education settings such as public special primary schools, public school of disability and public and private training or rehabilitation centres of autism. Under the administration of Chinese Disabled Person’s Federation, the local district health and 353 Appendices education authorities will be invited to be involved in this study. They will issue official document to encourage the schools or centres to cooperate with the research. Once permission is granted from each school or centre, the questionnaires will be distributed through the administration of each school or centre to class teachers and a member of the research team (Sun) will give a short talk to introduce the study and address questions. Class teachers will be asked to distribute a questionnaire to each child and encourage parents to complete it and return it back to school. This strategy has been used in previous epidemiological studies in mainland China, resulting in participation rates 259, 267-269, 271 higher than 95%. To improve the response, the cover letter to parents will emphasize the importance of returning the questionnaire regardless of whether they think there is problem with their child in terms of social and communication development. With the support of the schools and teachers, it is anticipated that there will be a high response (90-95%) to the screen. The Information Sheet will explain that the study will be examining strengths and weaknesses in social and communication skills, imagination and play, as well as how these skills can influence education. Included in the questionnaire pack will be some additional questions asking about level of parental education and occupation. There will be a consent form that asks parents to indicate whether or not they are willing to be contacted following completion of the questionnaire. Existing cases of autism in this age group will be identified from local hospital records, locality health authority records as well as the specialist training centres. A new assessment sample will be obtained by randomly selection from the prevalence sample from each score group for a full diagnostic assessment. For example, 20% of high score group, 10% of borderline group and 1% of low score group. Families will be invited to by telephone on two further occasions if no response is received. After this, it will be assumed that the family do not wish to take part in the further assessment and will not be contacted again. The consent form will state the purpose of the assessment and explain the procedure. It will be clearly emphasized to parents that participation in the follow-up assessment does not mean there is any problem with their child as a whole range of social communication styles will be under investigation. All interviewers will be fully trained on all assessment tools, and reliability amongst the team will be established prior to the commencement of the assessment phase. The assessments listed above have been shown to be standardized and reliable when used in Western countries.

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The rst was to think broadly about working issue provided a great opportunity to bring together a broader in coalition. They found it was im portant to establish what coalition beyond reproductive rights and health organizations. They also on a wide range of issues, such as Planned Parenthood, W est found it very helpful to m ap all the stakeholder interests Virginia Coalition Against Dom estic Violence, Prevent Child and to gure out where the opposition m ay be and address Abuse W est Virginia, and W est Virginia Nurses Association. They also said that seeing where the law will They also worked with the W est Virginia Healthy Kids and be placed in code is very im portant. One of the things they Fam ilies Coalition, a coalition dedicated to anti-poverty work. They helped to get their m em bers out to legislative They said they could always call on them for expert input and m eetings and to reach out to legislators. 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Agenda for W om en’s Health continue opportunity to connect different issues to prom ote these various policies as under a unied fram ework— such as Inspired in part by the work in New integral to wom en’s overall health and equality or health— that is com pelling to York, as well as the real health well-being and continue to see success the public. They also provide advocates care needs and challenges in their on som e provisions of the Agenda. As with invaluable opportunities to broaden own state, Pennsylvania advocates Pennsylvania State Representative Dan single-issue coalitions, forging new and lawm akers from the bipartisan Frankel said, “W om en’s health cannot alliances across the spectrum of the W om en’s Health Caucus of the be dened by one sim ple procedure social justice m ovem ent. W om en announce phase one the Pennsylvania want legislators to prom ote legislation In 2013, New York Governor Andrew Agenda for W om en’s Health. 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