alexa OSHA: A Multidisciplinary Scheme For Treating Autistic Children
ISSN: 2161-0665

Pediatrics & Therapeutics
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JOINT EVENT on 11th International Conference on Clinical Pediatrics & 2nd International Conference on Pediatric Surgery
June 29- July 01, 2017 London, UK

Hussein H Abdeldayem and Omayma A Selim
Alex University, Egypt
Specialized Center for Children, Egypt
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: Pediatr Ther
DOI: 10.4172/2161-0665-C1-040
OSHA program aims at progressing autistic children by diverting them as nearly as possible to the average normal aspects of social, communication, language and academic skills. This program started successfully in 2002 with 2 autistic children. Today, this program is applied successfully over many autistic children in the Specialized Child Center, Alexandria, Egypt with great success. The criteria for inclusion in the OSHA program is- 1st: The younger the age to start the better is the result (<5 years old); 2nd: full consent of parents for program steps and instructions and; 3rd: the program goes on for 1-3 years. OSHA program starts with a full neuro-psychometric and developmental skills assessment aiming for accurate diagnosis, to assess the severity of the disorder and for progress follow up. The assessment includes: DSM- 5 criteria and CARS scoring for diagnosing autistic children and severity assessment. Criteria of OSHA treatment program include: 1) Severity of Autism: For weekly credit hours of working; 2) Social Defect: For diversity of specialists; 3) Language Defect: Diversity of plans; 4) Learning Defect: Diversity of training places and; 5) Family Role: Recognition and involvement. An example of OSHA program for an autistic girl aged 2 years with severe autism (CARS score is 42.5) will be applied in the presentation. The core of the OSHA program is early intervention with a well-run program and multidisciplinary team is the key for helping autistic children to reach their potential. The presentation will include video recording of cases with autism before and after OSHA program application.


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