Brain Enhancement Program Research Study Project II

ID BEP#08009

Diagnose : Autism
Age : 2 Years Old/ 2006

Data source :

This assessment is for BEP Research Study Project II purpose and based upon the following sources:

  • Review of BEP#08009 Early Start Evaluation Summary 2008
  • Two of progress questionnaires from Parent (8/20/08, 11/08/08)
  • Interview with Parent (10/09/2008)
  • One of BEP Brain Function Test Reports

This evaluation report is focused on the improvement of the ability in brain functions, but no focuses on academic areas.

Start Date : August 20, 2008
Before Treatment/Baseline : August, 2008

  • BEP#08009 makes and maintains very limited eye contact while interacting with others.
  • Follows one step simple instruction.
  • Very limited initiate greetings to others.
  • Does not ask others for items or share items.
  • Does not converse with others.
  • Limited get others attention while attempting to interact.
  • Does sometimes say words or approximations of words.
  • Not pay attention in surrounding.
  • Has a tendency to play with toys with consistent an identifiable items.
  • Often asks specific items he wants by point to or pulling to the particular item.
  • Is able to pretend to do an activity sometimes. (pushing a car)
  • No behavioral problem.
  • Problem solving (Cognition) skills at development age of 17 month.
  • Talking, Listening, understanding (Language).
    Expressive: 3 month, Sound Production : 6 month, Receptive : 0-3 month.
  • Sitting, Crawling, Walking (Gross Motor) : 16 month.
  • Use of Hands and Eyes (Fine Motor) : 18 month
  • Interaction with People (Social Emotional) : 9 month.
  • Self Care (Adaptive): 9 month.

During Treatment : First Progress Report, November 08, 2008

Overall improving areas: BEP#08009 speaking, pronunciation and recognizing has significant improvement, extends eye contact span.

  • BEP#08009 improving in attention span. (home, school and social activities)
  • Improving attention in surroundings.
  • Is able to follow and remember 2 steps instruction.
  • New learned sentence/words apply to his daily life.
  • Increasing his oral expression instead of body language.
  • Not able to use finger to point or oral replies questions after reading a story book.
  • Not able to comprehend simple metaphors.
  • Has improving in distracting by sound, things or people.
  • Increasing the range/types of toys selection.
  • Increasing the ranges/categories in reading materials.
  • Remember the new learned things.
  • Increasing the listening comprehension in the stories.
  • Increasing the ability in color distinction and recognition.
  • Improving in using correct short sentence for his requests.
  • Reply the greetings with prompt.
  • Has tendency to join the children activities when getting an invitation.
  • Improving follow the complicated body movements/activities.
  • Appears different methods of playing toys.
  • Is willing to share the toy with others.
  • Increasing time in watching other kids' play.
  • Has tendency to touch the desired items spontaneously.
  • Improving in reading ability.
  • Increasing the ability of emotional control. (accept advice)
  • Better quality of sleep.
  • Increasing awareness of danger.
  • Improving shifting attention from subject/active to subject/active.

Parents' Observation : January 09, 2009

Speech/Language/Communication Skills:
He is able to speak two-word phrases. He is able to speak "I want" for a few
terms. He is more vocals.

Sociability: Not much improvement, He still prefer "alone".
He has better eye contact.

Behavior: His behavior about the same comparing to 3 months ago.
He still is hitting people (But less frequently). He cried a lot when his need has not met.
He is more aware of surrounding, avoiding certain objects.