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Lecture 11

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Department
Health Studies
Course
HLTC23H3
Professor
R Song
Semester
Winter

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HLTB02 lecture 11 socioconsequences PTSD adult and children consequence of stressful event different from normal stress chronic suffering debilitating 3 main symptoms of PTSD other symptoms affecting kids fear regression sleep problems social lack friendship untrusting education nightmares etc stigma and HIV stigma with parents with kidsdue to fearignorancelack educationracismstigma preventing people from seeking treatment stigma goes beyond the illness AKA acquired income deficient syndrome multiple stigmatizing labels lead to consequences reduce stigma education availability of drugs media visual representation of healthy and adjustable good health proximate exposure reduce poverty sexism etc issue of mothers vertical transmission reduce HIV transmission to mothers screening treatment during pregnancy will reduce HIV transmission to children Autism current conception major concernneurological dysfunction in utero spetrum of disorder 4 syndromes vary effects asperger milder normal slight behave Rett female only CDD learn skills lose them neurological condition due to neurological imapairment in utero or in infancy affect brain areas umbrella syndromes of autism classical ASD most severe 18 months2 years social and communication skills affected varies significantly sex bias malesfemales genetic factor chromosome abnormalities more common in families problems in 3 aspects play social interaction with other children inability to pick up verbal and nonverbal communication regressive type of autism lose abilities after reaching milestonestalking walking etccombination of all issues related rather than just a couple symptomscauses Baker 2008 medical and public understanding on autism understand the treatment history of development psychoanalytic earliestpsychiatric condition parental factors blame parents specifically mothers mainline biological recentneurological dysfunction physiological change biological genetics spectrum impairment not dichotomous rehab rather than cure cope with life and negative consequences early intervention very important alternative biological recent
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