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|Jakey-Olson Integrative Therapy||
Jakey-Olson Integrative Therapy is an intervention which combines a form of behaviour modification and a form of meditation.
JAML is an acronym for joint attention mediated learning, a parent-led intervention for toddlers with autism that is designed to increase joint attention.
|Japanese Herbal Medicine||
Japanese herbal medicine, also known as kampo medicine, is an ancient Japanese system of medicine that uses a wide variety of methods for diagnosing and treating many different medical conditions.
JARs is an acronym for joint action routines, which are routine activities designed to encourage communication skills in children on the autism spectrum.
JeStiMulE is the acronymn for Jeu Educatif pour la Stimulation Multisensorielle d'Enfants, a computer board game.
|JobTIPS Employment Program||
The JobTIPS program is a multimedia employment training programme.
|Johansen Sound Therapy||
Johansen Sound Therapy is a form of auditory integration training, an intervention in which a person with autism listens to a selection of music which has been modified.
|Joint Action Routines||
Joint action routines are routine activities which are designed to encourage communication skills in children with autism.
Joint attention is the process by which an infant learns to recognize the direction of an adult's gaze, orient their own gaze to follow it, and then look in the same direction.
|Joint Attention Mediated Learning||
Joint attention mediated learning is a parent-led intervention for toddlers with autism that is designed to increase joint attention.
|Joint Attention Symbolic Play Engagement and Regulation||
Joint Attention Symbolic Play Engagement Regulation (JASPER) is a treatment approach based on a combination of developmental and behavioral principles.
Joint engagement occurs when someone is involved with the same object or event as another person.
|Junior Detective Training Program||
The Junior Detective Training Program is a programme based around four components: group social skills training, parent training, teacher handouts and a computer game.
This glossary is designed to explain some of the jargon and gobbledygook used by some people when they talk about autism or research..
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