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Autistic disorders are often also known as autism and most recently described as mindblindedness is actually a neurological & developmental disorder can generally appear in a child as a sign of this disorder during the first 3 years of age. It has been observed that approximately 15 out of 10,000 children born are diagnosed with autism and prevalent in boys more than girls by four times.

A child with autistic disorder tends to live in their own life rather than showing any interest in social awareness or interaction, finds difficulty in communication, avoid eye contacts and become resistant to change.

To present a paper on autistic disorders, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 1-1Autism
  • Track 1-2Pervasive development disorder
  • Track 1-3Atypical autism
  • Track 1-4Hellers syndrome
  • Track 1-5Kanners syndrome

Early tests and diagnosis make a huge difference and change in the lives of the children having autism spectrum disorder and their families. As there is no laboratory test for autism disorder, so it is not always easy to make an ASD diagnosis. So doctors also has to rely on the symptoms and observing the behaviors and listening to the concerns with their family or parents

The following symptoms are most common in case of autistic disorder though each child may experience different symptoms. The symptoms are as per follows

No babbling or pointing or showing gestures by the age of 12 months

No single word spoken by the child till age of 18 months

Does not socially interact with others and even with parents

Fails to interact or make new friends with other children

Shows lack of interest in physical contact often described as unaffectionate and avoid eye contact even with parents

Shows repetitive motor behavior like rocking and hand or finger flapping

Other symptoms includes like requires routines, has rituals and hates noise

To present a paper on autism tests, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 2-1Applied behavior analysis 
  • Track 2-2Autism diagnostic observation schedule
  • Track 2-3Childhood autism rating scale
  • Track 2-4Comprehensive diagnostic evaluation
  • Track 2-5Embarrassing body autism test
  • Track 2-6Autism spectrum test
  • Track 2-7Specific language impairment diagnosis
  • Track 2-8Advances in autism test
  • Track 2-9Differential diagnosis 

Still now the cause for autism is unknown and researchers suggests that the autism is a genetic condition and several genes are associated in development of autism causing variety of differentiation in the structure of brain and chemicals in the brain, however there are not having any consisting findings.

In treatment of autism, there are several behavioural and educational programs are designed. These therapies are used to teach social skills, motor skills and cognitive skills, useful in eliminating or reducing maladaptive behaviors. Individual treatment method is important as every autistic children vary greatly in their own behavioural needs.

Special education program is highly structured and mainly focuses on self-care, speech language, developing social skills and job skills. Mental health professionals also help families to identify and participate in treatment based programs as per needs of individual child’s treatment.

Speech Therapy: Speech therapy helps with the issue associated with speech problem

Physical Therapy: Some children having autistic disorder finds difficulty with motor skills and physical movement like walking, running or jumping. Physical therapy helps to improve motor skills and strengthen the muscles

Sensory Training: Children with autism spectrum disorder are often very sensitive to sounds, lights and touch. This sensory training helps people to become more comfortable with sensory inputs

To present a paper on treatment of autism, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 3-1Physical therapy
  • Track 3-2Occupational therapy
  • Track 3-3Autism speech therapy
  • Track 3-4Early Start Denver Model (ESDM)
  • Track 3-5Verbal behavior therapy
  • Track 3-6Pivotal response treatment
  • Track 3-7Applied behavior treatment
  • Track 3-8Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for autism
  • Track 3-9Chelation therapy for autism
  • Track 3-10Sensory integration therapy

There is no such medical term high functioning autism but it is referred to those children with autism spectrum disorder who can easily manage read, speak, write, and handle basic life skills like eating or getting dressed without much assistance. High Functioning Autism is often referred as the milder end of the spectrum

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  • Track 4-1Pathophysiology of high functioning autism 
  • Track 4-2Causes of high functioning autism
  • Track 4-3Diagnosis of high functioning autism
  • Track 4-4Treatment of high functioning autism

Children with autism spectrum disorder are often very sensitive to sounds, lights, smell, touch, taste and balance. Children with autism find trouble in learning to do this. Even their play schemes are also limited to few habitual manners.

Sensory integration therapy is to improve the ability of the child’s brain to process sensory information so the child can function more adaptively in daily activities

To present a paper on sensory integration in autism, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 5-1Visual input and ideas
  • Track 5-2Auditory input and ideas
  • Track 5-3Tactile input and ideas
  • Track 5-4Taste, smell and ideas
  • Track 5-5Proprioceptive Input and Ideas
  • Track 5-6Vestibular input and ideas

Being autism spectrum disorder as a superior disorder is having a number of medical disorders which comes in conjunction with autism. They embody Fragile X Syndrome, Cornelia de Lange syndrome, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, Angelman syndrome, Down syndrome, Rett syndrome, Catatonia, Cerebral Lipidosis, AKA Cerebral Sphingolipidosis, Cri du Chat syndrome, Crohn's disease, Disorder of attention, motor co-ordination and perception (DAMP), Dyskinesia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Encephalitis-induced brain damage, Epilepsy, Hyperacusis, Inflammatory bowel diseases, Lesch Nyhan syndrome, Miller Dieker syndrome, Mobius syndrome, Muscular dystrophy, Non-verbal learning disorder (NVLD), PANDAS (Paediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Streptococcus.), Pathological demand avoidance (PDA), Phenylketonuria, Rubella, Semantic-pragmatic disorder, Smith Magenis syndrome, Tourette's syndrome, Tuberous sclerosis, Turner's syndrome, West's syndrome and Williams syndrome

To present a paper on autism associated syndromes, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 6-1Angelman syndrome
  • Track 6-2Fragile X syndrome
  • Track 6-3Landau-Kleffner syndrome
  • Track 6-4Prader-Willi syndrome
  • Track 6-5Rett syndrome
  • Track 6-6Tardive dyskinesia
  • Track 6-7Williams syndrome

Autism spectrum disorders mainly conceived as social disabilities because lack of social interaction becomes most prominent characteristics. Emotional dysregulation is a key component in difficulties for children as well as adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASDs) in education, relationships and employment. Emotions also include physiological expressions and responses as they play critical role in regulations of memory, attention, perception and physical response. Some individuals with ASDs learn to suppress rather than managing negative feelings. This help them appear more socially acceptable, but the required internal effort has the negative consequences of distracting from social interplay, increasing isolation, escalating physiological stress, and hindering the growth of relationships because the underlying negative emotions continue and grow.

To present a paper on emotional regulation in autism, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 7-1Neural mechanisms of autistic emotional regulation
  • Track 7-2Cognitive theories
  • Track 7-3Emotion regulatory strategies
  • Track 7-4Self regulatory strategies

Being autism spectrum disorder as a superior disorder is having a number of medical disorders which comes in conjunction with autism. They embody Fragile X Syndrome, Cornelia de Lange syndrome, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, Angelman syndrome, Down syndrome, Rett syndrome, Catatonia, Cerebral Lipidosis, AKA Cerebral Sphingolipidosis, Cri du Chat syndrome, Crohn's disease, Disorder of attention, motor co-ordination and perception (DAMP), Dyskinesia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Encephalitis-induced brain damage, Epilepsy, Hyperacusis, Inflammatory bowel diseases, Lesch Nyhan syndrome, Miller Dieker syndrome, Mobius syndrome, Muscular dystrophy, Non-verbal learning disorder (NVLD), PANDAS (Paediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Streptococcus.), Pathological demand avoidance (PDA), Phenylketonuria, Rubella, Semantic-pragmatic disorder, Smith Magenis syndrome, Tourette's syndrome, Tuberous sclerosis, Turner's syndrome West's syndrome and Williams syndrome

To present a paper on autism associated disorders, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 8-1Attention deficit disorder
  • Track 8-2Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Track 8-3Epilepsy 
  • Track 8-4Dyslexia
  • Track 8-5Catatonia

Children and adults with autism spectrum disorder as well as their parents and carers face lots of issues and challenges on their daily life. Each child having autistic disorder is a unique individual with their unique needs and different abilities. They find persistent difficulties with social communications and interactions. They follow restricted and repetitive behaviors or activities. They also face cognitive problems like attention, concentration and execution, finds several neurological, developmental and mental health problem like anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsions. Faces motor difficulties like standing upright or holding a pencil between their fingers and thumb. Also faces trouble in functional and adaptive behavior such as eating or feeding.

To present a paper on the daily challenges in a person with autistic disorder, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 9-1Personal hygiene issues
  • Track 9-2Weather concerned issues
  • Track 9-3Maintaining relationships
  • Track 9-4Autistic parenting issues

Individuals with autistic disorder move on to college, some go right into the workforce, and others have alternative plans. Regardless of the path chosen, making a plan to move forward after high school is the first step on the journey to adulthood. It is essential to remember that young adults are protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA notes that a child with ASD/AS cannot be discriminated against in school and beyond. "Transition to adulthood" can probably become a complicated process that starts as before long as kid is born and continues as the child becomes an adult, through adolescents, so through the stages of adulthood.  The transition to adulthood may be a tough time for teens with autism.

To present a paper on transitioning to adulthood with autism spectrum disorder, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 10-1Age appropriate transition
  • Track 10-2Triggered depression
  • Track 10-3Indifferent acceptance
  • Track 10-4Motivation for the autistic individuals

People with autism spectrum disorder might have certain characteristics that could make them to break the law, controlling the aggression, emotion and understanding other people’s perspective. They may face trouble as this challenging behavior can attract the attention of the police. Despite the people’s interest that people with autism as criminals, they are more likely to be victims. Children with autism are bullied, abused or neglected by the non-disabled children. Researchers found that violent criminals with high functioning autism having deficits in moral understanding, emotional control and understanding others perspectives. Also there are severe disadvantages for the people with autism disorder that they are lacing social interaction skills and for this reason when questioned by police, they are not able to tell whether the investigator is lying or trying to manipulate them. As a result they come under false confession or fail to protect the legal rights.

To present a paper on autism and crime, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 11-1Conviction in autism
  • Track 11-2Forensic considerations of autism
  • Track 11-3Law enforcement for autism

Some denigrate it as simply poor social skills, whereas the health profession calls it a neurological disorder. Autism, delineated in medical terms as a pervasive developmental disorder, may be a condition that's much more serious than mere poor social skills.  Lack of awareness regarding psychological state and poor medical infrastructure, few autism prevalence studies exist outside of the U.S. although it appears like anybody and everybody has heard of autism, in several places within the world it’s still type of a new topic.

To present a paper on autism awareness, submit the abstract here. Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract

 

  • Track 12-1Misleading interpretations on autism
  • Track 12-2Neglectance of autism
  • Track 12-3Autism education

Recent advances within the genetic science of autism underlines its etiological heterogeneousness, with every genetic susceptibility locus accounting for a small fraction of cases or having little result. Several of the year’s most significant advances used new technologies to review and engineered on the muse and pilgrim of information established by years of investment in basic analysis. The paths and advancements in autism research aided in constructing hope and sensible can for the treatment of the drugs.

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  • Track 13-1clinical trails of autism
  • Track 13-2Advanced diagnosis of autistic genome sequence
  • Track 13-3Early intervention program in autism
  • Track 13-4Hyperbaric oxygen treatment
  • Track 13-5Improvising the autistic disorders

Further analysis, the results might guide how therapists tailor treatments for patients with autism. Varied autism analysis works are conducted and motor-assisted by the autistic professionals within the field of pathophysiology, medication, and varied therapeutic patterns are investigated.

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  • Track 14-1Genetic basis of autism
  • Track 14-2Brain chemistry of autism
  • Track 14-3Autism and intestinal problems
  • Track 14-4Immune response in autism

A case report could be elaborate report consisting the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, associate degreed follow-up of an   individual patient with autism. A case report is mostly thought of a kind of proof of the work disbursed and also the output earned. It offers collective data and additional references for any analysis that is to be carried. Autism Case reports are often of clinical reports, medication case reports, pathological or analysis based mostly and even supported numerous diagnostic, symptoms and treatment reports.

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  • Track 15-1Diagnostic case reports
  • Track 15-2Symptom based case reports
  • Track 15-3Therapy based case report
  • Track 15-4Medication based case report
  • Track 15-5Research based case report