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Carefully, balancing it to avoid any spills, Chelsea carries the tray to serve her mother, who tastes the invisible soup and compliments the chef. ’ she asks her mother. 57 58 PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER randy Randy holds tight to the grasp of his mother’s hand as he enters the doctor’s office. Not one of his favorite places, Randy hovers behind his mother’s leg as she signs them in. While waiting, Randy spots the knobs on the play kitchen set up in the corner. As he pulls his mother with him, he approaches the play area.
These all represent the most severely impaired along the spectrum. Their lack of connection to the world around them influences their development to the point where there is no appropriate play to represent a social world. IMPAIRMENT IN PLAY STYLE 61 Certainly, the issue of whether a child will be able to play effectively with trucks when he is 20 is not the point. It is the greater picture of the basic understanding of the symbolism in things, and that the world is not a concrete setting but rather changes with varying social settings and varying environments.
Associations and recitation: These are used rather than appropriate words. ’ She is attempting to communicate something in particular but is using the wrong words. A child who is familiar with computers says ‘Click here’ at every stop sign on the road. ) He is attempting to communicate that he wants to get out of the car. Factual: Recitations rather than conversation. When asked about what he did last night, a child recites the weather forecast, verbatim. ‘Winds were out of the east at 40 miles per hour…’ His vocalizations mimic that of the weather man.