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Solovieva M.V. Diagnostics of physical development and fitness of children with autism spectrum disorders

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p237-241
 
Diagnostics of physical development and fitness of children with autism spectrum disorders
Marina Victorovna Solovieva, the master student, teacher of physical culture, Federal Resource Center of Organizing Comprehensive Support for Children with ASD, Moscow

Abstract
The article presents the results of the study aimed at solving the problem of diagnosing the physical development and fitness of children with autism, due to the difficulties of establishing the level of formation of motor skills, behavioral characteristics, existing problems in communication, and the presence of asynchrony of mental and motor development. The purpose of the study was to test the effectiveness of the author's diagnostics “FizRAS” as a basis for building up the individual training program for children with autism spectrum disorder. At the end of the pedagogical experiment, significant positive changes were identified among the children with autism spectrum disorder, who are part of the experimental group in terms of quantitative and qualitative characteristics, which indicates the effectiveness of the developed diagnostics of physical development and fitness of children with autism. Testing of physical qualities of diagnostics “FizRAS” can be used for children of primary school age with autism who are enrolled in training programs under the Federal state educational standard 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4.
Keywords: diagnostics, children with autism spectrum disorder, primary school age, physical development, physical fitness.
 
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Contact information: solovevamv@mgppu.ru
Article arrived in edition 14.12.2020
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