Developmental Assessment of American Jewish Belonging Behaviour with Special Reference to Autism Spectrum Disorder - A Case Study
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In this review, the effects of social interventions, opportunities for societal-based consequences (such as skill development, vocational programmes etc), social media use, and use of other media apps are analysed in relation to behavioural well-being among American Jews with an autism spectrum disorder. They all provide a chance for social engagement that may not be possible in everyday situations. It raises concerns about how the actions of American Jews may affect the adjustment and general well-being of those with an autism spectrum disorder. Given the growing body of research suggesting better results for American Jews with Autism Spectrum Disorder who are given opportunities for social interaction, it is crucial to take into account how various types of social integration connect to the health & behaviour of people with the condition. This review will be guided by a study of the literature pertaining to well-being gains brought about by various forms of social interaction. Its objective is to raise awareness of the value of social engagement and to enhance information about how important it is to overall well-being & social integration. This information can be helpful for therapists and counsellors to take into account when working with American Jews who may be on the disorder spectrum & may need their assistance or support.