Brain Enhancement Program Research Study Project II
Diagnose : Autism
Age : 19 Years Old/ 1989
Data source :
This assessment is for BEP Research Study Project II purpose and based upon the following sources:
- Review of BEP#08006 School 2007 I.E.P. and school based assessment
- Four of progress questionnaires from Parent (8/18/08, 9/21/08,10/19/08,11/09//08)
- Interview with Parent (10/14/2008)
- 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 6, 2008
Before Treatment/Baseline : August, 2008
- BEP#08006 looks at or comes when his name is called.
- He works well with adults.
- Has limited words to express himself.
- Needs to prompt to answer questions.
- Does not ask others for information using "Who", "When", "How", "Can", "Will", "Do" and "Why" questions.
- Does not ask for items using adjective, adverbs and pronouns.
- Has difficulties following through complicated instruction.
- Is sensitive to sounds and touch.
- Is easily distracted
- Has difficulty sustaining attention span for tasks in play, school and home.
- He engaged in appropriate independent indoor leisure activities.
- Has trouble shifting attention from subject to subject.
- Has present difficulty with changes.
- Poor comprehension skills in various areas.
- Has difficulties decoding vocal information.
- Short attention span.
- Has difficulty with emotional control.
- Depending on others to finish the task. /he is capable to do it.
- Is inflexible
- Has tendency to gold grudges.
- Has difficulties seeing options in situations.
During Treatment : First Progress Report, November 09, 2008
Overall improving areas: BEP#08006 is improving in his mutuality, awareness, emotional control, following instruction, flexibility/tolerance.
- BEP#08006 shows his motivation in learning new games/video games.
- Not improving in language and speech comprehensions.
- Not improving in reading skill.
- Improving in following the game instruction to play the new game.
- Moving in higher level skills to play the game.
- Improving his attention span.
- Not paying attention in his surrounding.
- Has no motivation to talk with others.
- Improving in listening comprehension.
- Presents more mature.
- Improving in emotional control.
- Presents his flexibility/tolerance in working on tasks.
- Has difficult to try new things except games.
- More flexible to have things done another way.
- Can work independently and less asking for assisting.
- Decreasing in speaking repetitive words.
- Has body movements following the music rhymes.
- Has tendency enjoys music.
- Has established the perception of recognizing facial expression
- Presents a prompt reaction of body awareness./ will turn his head to see when someone touches his shoulder.
- Has tendency to express his feelings/angry.
- Has improved in complex movements by manipulated others actions.
Parents' Observation: January 11, 2009
Overall his learning functions are keeping the same as before.