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When assessing a toddler with autism, what characteristic findings or behaviors should the nurse expect?

When assessing a toddler with autism, what characteristic findings or behaviors should the nurse expect?

<p>When assessing a toddler with autism, what characteristic findings or behaviors should the nurse expect? </p>


The desire to hug the nurse

Sad, blank facial expression

Laughing when pulse is taken

Inability to maintain eye contact

Inappropriate smiling and flat emotions



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    • marieabby2011
    • Aug 04, 2018 at 10:38pm
  • The other 2 options that apply are: Laughing when pulse is taken and Inappropriate smiling and flat emotions. Reference: http://www.autismtopics.org/t6%20autism%20symptoms.html
    • mariearchie707
    • Aug 04, 2018 at 10:53pm

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    • marieabby2011
    • Aug 04, 2018 at 10:38pm
  • The other behaviors are: sad, blank facial expression, laughing when pulse is taken, and inappropriate smiling and flat emotions. The toddler will not show a desire to hug the nurse because of poor social skills.
    • Genius001
    • Aug 05, 2018 at 1:16am

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