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Brain Enhancement Program Research Study Project II

ID BEP#08005

Diagnose : Autism
Age : 13 Years Old/ 1995

Data source :

This assessment is for BEP Research Study Project II purpose and based upon the following sources:

  • Review of BEP#08005 School 2008 I.E.P. and school based assessment
  • Four of progress questionnaires from Parent (8/14/08, 9/19/08,10/18/08,11/10//08)
  • Interview with Parent (10/16/2008)
  • Two of BEP Brain Function Test Reports

This evaluation report is focused on the improvement of the ability in brain functions, but no focuses on academic areas.

Start Date : August 14, 2008
Before Treatment/Baseline : August, 2008

  • BEP#08005 needs prompt to answer the questions.
  • He looks at or come when his name is called.
  • He follows an instruction to do a simple motor action.
  • Has difficulties following complex instructions.
  • Says words or approximations or words.
  • Does not ask others for information using "Who", "When", "How", "Can", "Will", "Do" and "Why" questions.
  • Has engaged in repetitive speech.
  • Has engaged in repetitive gross motor movements.
  • Is sensitive to noise and touch.
  • Is easily distracted
  • Has difficulty sustaining attention span for tasks in play, school and home.
  • Unmotivated
  • Has trouble shifting attention from subject to subject.
  • Has difficult with changes.
  • Poor comprehension in reading and listing/speaking.
  • Has a tendency toward the anxious behavior from misinterpreted of spatial perception.
  • Has difficulties decoding vocal information.

During Treatment : First Progress Report, November 11, 2008

Overall improving areas: BEP#08005 is improving in his mutuality, awareness, focus, speaking/language comprehension, memory/retrieval, emotional control, social skills, expresses his thoughts.

  • BEP#08005 has motivate to express his feelings, and with meaningful relative information within the topics.
  • He has better shifting attention from subject to subject.
  • Bette comprehension skills in the areas of listening, speaking, writing and reading.
  • Won't be able to ask questions that relay to the book he reads.
  • Presents more maturity in various areas.
  • Improving in social skills.
  • Has motivation with making new friends.
  • Improving in learning speed.
  • Improving short term memory.
  • Improving in independent problem solving and self corrected functions.
  • He is more aware his surrounding in detail.
  • Is able to retrieval the events from yesterday.
  • Presents more organized.
  • Builds up his motivation in learning.
  • Improving in his creativities and imagination.
  • Has tendency enjoys music.
  • Improving in Emotional control/management, accepts explanation/reason.
  • Increase attention span.
  • Not improving in decoding vocal intonation/ read the tone.
  • Improving in the area of complex psychomotor coordination.
  • Reducing the anxious behavior from misinterpreted of spatial perception

Parents' Observation : January 10, 2009/2/28

Speech/Language/Communication Skills:
Limited progress, he is still reluctant to speak. Not automatically talks to
person, needs to remind him to do

Sociability: Limited (not interact), poor. Needs to push him to improve

Behavior: Improved (more control)