1.Identify the symptoms and behavioral characteristics of autism spectrum disorder to specific neurological etiology.2.Comprehend what happens in the brain during bonding, connection and interaction in typical development, with comparison to the neurobiology of atypical patterns in ASD. 3.Understand how the nervous system self-regulates, specifically comprehending the relevance of emotion and sensation as they contribute to states of arousal.4.Implement of techniques and sensory strategies to achieve connection and adaptive responses in a variety of environments. 5.Assess clinical reasoning skills facilitating the ability to generalize these principles as a rehabilitation approach for the ASD population. 6.Identify the symptoms and behavioral characteristics of attentional challenges to specific neurological phenomenon.7. Comprehend the neurological processes of attention, learning and memory.8.Develop a repertoire of sensory strategies to enhance attention and learning through alterations of the environment and therapeutic use of activities
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