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Why is episodic memory important in autism? These are super important questions about a really invaluable skills a typical child will build this skill without any intervention. A child with autism will need to be taught this skill in order to draw from it later. It really is a building block to success in... <a href="http://ourcrazyadventuresinautismland.com/why-episodic-memory-is-important-in-autism/">Read More »</a>

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This diagram shows the set up of long term memory and how it is divided up into its catagories. It lists things each type of long term memory as well as the things each type is capable of remebering.

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Why is episodic memory important in autism? These are super important questions about a really invaluable skill. A typical child will build this skill without any intervention. A child with autism will need to be taught this skill in order to draw from it later. It really is a building block to success in... <a href="http://ourcrazyadventuresinautismland.com/why-episodic-memory-is-important-in-autism/">Read More »</a>

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The RDI Program® teaches you how to enhance your ASD child’s life and reach their greatest potential.

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Episodic memory is the ability to retrieve information for future endeavors. Children with autism have to be taught this important skill.

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Neuropsychological Generation of Source Amnesia: An Episodic Memory Disorder of the Frontal Brain Temporary Anteriograde amnesia can be caused by: medications, benzodiazepine anesthesia or “conscious sedation“,head trauma – post-traumatic amnesia or PTA,and from Transient Global Amnesia (TGA).TGA is a sudden onset of temporary anteriograde amnesia usually lasting lasting 4-12 hours.

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Long Term memory: three overlapping components- Semantic memory stores concepts and ideas Episodic (sometimes referred to as “autobiographical” or “narrative”) memory contains memories of events. Procedural memory concerns skills and “know-how” rather than “know-that” knowledge. Pinned by www.preschoolspeechie.com

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