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Autism andtherapeutic

Autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a broad spectrum of disorders characterized by difficulties with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and communication. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects how people communicate, learn, and behave with others. Although autism can be diagnosed at any age, it is defined as a "developmental disorder" because its symptoms usually appear in the first 2 years of life.


Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, a guide published by the American Psychiatric Association that health professionals use to diagnose mental disorders.(DSM-5) According to researchers, people with ASD often have:

Difficulty communicating and interacting with other people

Limited interests and repetitive behaviors

Symptoms that affect their ability to function at school, work, and other areas of life


Autism is known as a "spectrum" disorder because people vary in the type and severity of symptoms they experience.wide differences has. People of all genders, races, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds can be diagnosed with ASD. Although ASD can be a lifelong disorder, treatments, therapies, and services vary depending on a person's symptoms andparticipation in daily living activities can heal. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all children be screened for autism. Caregivers should talk to their child's healthcare provider about ASD screening or evaluation.

The mirror neuron occurs both when an organism performs a movement itself and when it observes someone performing the same movement.ignited neurons  is the term used for. These neurons are activated as if the observer is doing the other person's movement himself (they act just like a mirror, hence the name). Such neurons in primates and in birds observed directly. Brain activity consistent with mirror neurons in humans premotor cortexauxiliary engine areaprimary somatosensory cortex and in the inferior parietal cortex found.























Mirror Neurons help us put ourselves in others' shoes and plan our actions. In this respect, they serve a fundamental function in the social and daily relationships we establish, in a wide range of areas, from a very simple action such as smiling to someone we encounter, to being able to feel the other person's emotions and give meaning to their actions.

The Therapeutic Listening Program creates a driving force on our predictive systems. In passive listening programs, the brain, which is exposed to music processed to contain special perceptual contrasts, attempts to decipher these changes it encounters. In active (talking) work, since the sounds produced by the client are automatically corrected by the device, the client will try to adjust his voice accordingly. In this process, the mirror neuron associated with the linguistic speech region must function directly. Thus, it helps individuals identified with delays and disorders related to cognitive development, communication and social interaction, such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and sometimes with conditions that develop in conjunction with these, such as Asperger's syndrome, sensory processing disorder, and Down syndrome.

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