Behavioral Consequences Among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders at the Special Care CentersAuthor(s): Mohammad Nayef Ayasrah*, Akef Abdalla AL khateeb, Mohammad Ahmad Beirat, Talal Hassan Bani Ahmad and Hindya O. Al-Maqableh
Autistic children may have fewer positive social behaviors than typically developing children, Autistic children show a variety of unique behavior patterns in terms of element use, personal relationships, and verbal and non-verbal communication. These unique procedures, known as Autism behaviors distinguish Autistic children from ordinary children and are often associated with developmental and educational challenges. The study society and its sample included all public, private, special, voluntary, and international institutions and centers of special education in Jordan that provide educational programs and services for children with mental disabilities and the ASD children in the Northern Region, which amounted to 30 of 160 institutions and centers. Our results show that ADS children tend to be isolated and apprehensive when meeting new people or situations. Students over the age of ten had more behavioral problems than their younger peers. Male students had higher levels of behavioral consequences than female students, and length of time spent at school had an impact on the level of behavioral issues.