Maurice Was Diagnosed With Asperger’s Syndrome, A High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder

Name: Maurice Age: 17 (11th Grade) Sex: Male Home: Washington D.C. School: Thurgood Marshall Academy Family: Maurice is an only child living with both parents. Prior to his diagnosis his parents, especially his father, were prone to chastise him for his behavioral problems and blame his academic deficiencies on laziness. After he was diagnosed with Asperger’s his parents became incredibly supportive and frequently contact the school and attend meetings aimed at improving his situation. Medical Diagnosis: Asperger’s Syndrome (receiving an unspecified medication that is used to calm him down.)   Maurice was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, a high functioning autism spectrum disorder, at the end of his 10th grade year, which is comparatively late as most children are diagnosed at 7 or 8 years old. The District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) refused to accept that he was autistic and it was only after transferring to a charter school that the root of his lack of success was properly addressed. Unfortunately this left Maurice with years of self esteem damaging experience as he tried to navigate both the social and academic aspects of elementary, middle, and early high school. While he is now considered by most of the faculty and staff as very capable and intelligent, prior to his diagnosis Maurice was failing all of his classes across the board and was prone to regular verbal altercations with other students. His diagnosis profoundly changed his approach to education; it gave him a sense of what it was that had been affecting him all of his life. He began to cope with his disability and his grades went up to C’s. Before diagnosis his dad didn’t understand his behavior and it strained their relationship, afterwards there was a 180° change in his position. His parents are highly supportive and have tried…

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A CASE STUDY OF 62 YEARS OLD FEMALE WITH UTEROLITHIASIS

BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING S.Y. 2013-2014           A CASE STUDY OF 62 YEARS OLD FEMALE WITH UTEROLITHIASIS       SUBMITTED BY:                                                                                                                                              SUBMITTED TO:                         GROUP 2 BSN 3-D                                                                                                                                                      Maria Ongleo, RN, MSN LEADER:          Lorenzo, Hannah Gail M.                                                                                                                                          CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR MEMBER:        Dela Cruz, Mary Grace C.                                 Federis, Nerissa Joy E.                                 Flores, Marjelene G.                                 Junio, Ma. Jaecelyn S.                                 Llano, Ma. Joanna Marie                                 Lumba, Jeffrey C.                                 Maluyo, Sarah                                 Masangcay, Milcah                                 Masangkay, Kriselle                                 Montales, Michelle D.                                 Pascual, Rotche M. Introduction   This is a case of Mrs. A.V.A, 62 years old client from Poblacion, Plaridel, Bulacan, she was admitted at Bulacan Medical Center last April 29,2013 at 8:37 AM with a chief complaint of abdominal pain on lower right quadrant and dysuria. Ureterolithiasis is when kidney stones, or calculus / calculi are formed in the ureters. Ureters are the ducts that move urine along from the kidneys to the urinary bladder, also called cloaca. With ureterolithiasis 75 to 85 percent of kidney stones or calculi are calcium stones. About half of caluli are composed of both oxalate and calcium phosophate. Ureterolithiasis can cause a painful condition called a renal colic attack in which either one or both of the ureters become blocked by kidney stones. Renal colic is often described as the strongest pain a person has ever felt. The pain from such an attack usually starts in the loin and travels through the urinary tract to the genitals as the stones are passed from the body. Major symptoms include decreased urine production, Vitamin A or C deficiency, excruciating pain radiating from side, back to groin or abdomen and Fever, night chills / sweats. There are several possible reasons for the formation of the…

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MEASUREMENT OF SERVICE QUALITY USING SERVQUAL SCALE: A CASE STUDY AT DADA MOTORS, LUDHIANA

FINAL Research project On   “MEASUREMENT OF SERVICE QUALITY USING SERVQUAL SCALE: A CASE STUDY AT DADA MOTORS, LUDHIANA”                 Submitted to Punjab College of Technical Education In fulfillment of the final project submission requirements Of the degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (2007-09) BY Abhishek Pandit [MBA – 2A]   DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PUNJAB COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, BADDOWAL Certificate   This is to certify that the report entitled, “Measurement of service quality using SERVQUAL scale: A case study at DADA MOTORS in Ludhiana” submitted in fulfillment for the degree of M.B.A., of Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, is a bonafide research work carried out by Abhishek Pandit under my supervision and that no part of this report has been submitted for any other degree.     Mr. Sandhir Sharma                                                                                             (Deputy Dean & Faculty)                                                                                              (Major Advisor)       ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS   I express my sincere thanks and acknowledgements to my Professor Mr. Sandhir Sharma who has been my mentor in this research project. I am thankful to him for taking pains to provide me the necessary guidance and support. While preparing the report I have kept in mind all the major details he has provided me during the course of the project. He helped me overcome my confusions during the project because of which I was able to prepare a concrete and findings oriented report. I am also thankful to DADA MOTORS, Ludhiana, for providing me the opportunity to do this project. In the end I would like to thank all the staff members at DADA MOTORS and customers for cooperating and providing honest responses that ultimately helped in coming out with true findings in the project.       Abstract Competitiveness and search for profits have called more…

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A Survey Of OO AND NON-OO Metrics

A  Survey Of OO AND NON-OO Metrics                                                                                  Preethika Devi.K,Monica S   Dept of Computer Science, College Of Engineering,Guindy       Abstract: This paper presents the results derived from our survey on metrics used in object–oriented environments. Our survey includes a small set of the most well known and commonly applied traditional software metrics which could be applied to object–oriented programming and a set of object–oriented metrics (i.e. those designed specifically for object–oriented programming). Given the central role that software development plays in the delivery and application of information technology, managers are increasingly focusing on process improvement in the software development area. This demand has spurred the provision of a number of new and/or improved approaches to software development, with perhaps the most prominent being object-orientation (OO). In addition, the focus on process improvement has increased the demand for software measures, or metrics with which to manage the process. The need for such metrics is particularly acute when an organization is adopting a new technology for which established practices have yet to be developed. It  is a measure of some property of a piece of software or its specifications. Since quantitative measurements are essential in all sciences, there is a continuous effort by theoreticians to bring similar approaches to software development. The goal is obtaining objective, reproducible and quantifiable measurements, which may have numerous valuable applications in schedule and budget planning, cost estimation, quality assurance testing, software debugging, software performance optimization, and optimal personnel task assignments.   Key words: Object Oriented, Design, Inheritance, Metric, Measure, Coupling, Cohesion , Test metrics, Size estimation, Effort estimation, Test effectiveness evaluation.       I.          INTRODUCTION Object-Oriented Analysis and Design of software provide many benefits such as reusability, decomposition of problem into easily understood object and the aiding of future modifications. But…

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