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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Annotated Bibliography Micah Davis Liberty University 1
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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY References Angell, A. M., Frank, G., & Solomon, O. (2016). Latino Families Experiences With Autism Services: Disparities, Capabilities, and Occupational Justice. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 36(4), 195-203. doi:10.1177/1539449216666062 This article examines disparities in occupational health between six Latino families with autistic children. The article follows six families whose children have received Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) yet state that they are seeing occupational justice. Each of these families have experienced occupational challenges in the treatment of their autistic children. The study allow explores how ABA therapy has affected each of these families and the decisions these families made in regards to further seek treatment for their children. This article uses the results of the case to evaluate social policy in regards to occupational health, specifically in correspondence with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. Gotham, K., Marvin, A. R., Taylor, J. L., Warren, Z., Anderson, C. M., Law, P. A., Lipkin, P. H. (2015). Characterizing the daily life, needs, and priorities of adults with autism spectrum disorder from Interactive Autism Network data. Autism, 19(7), 794-804. doi:10.1177/1362361315583818 The purpose of this study is to survey the need to future research on Autism Spectrum disorder. The study surveyed 225 adults ranging from the ages of 18 to 71 years of age. The study concludes that high functioning adults with autism are underemployed at high rates and show strong correlations with Comorbid Disorder. The study suggests that there needs to be more research on life skills, vacation, treatment, and educational opportunities. Stakeholders and those of the public-sector entity have prioritized improving human and social services, medical treatment and patient access, along with public acceptance. Researchers say that initiatives will help stake holders continue to be engaged in furthering the many services for autistic individuals.
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