Autism Management System
AbstractManagement is a combination of both processes and procedures, used to ensure that an organization can fulfill all tasks required to achieve its objectives. Management system enables an organization to improve their environmental performances through a process of continuous improvement. Autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder in the world today. The development and implementation of Autism Management System (AMSAL) is aimed at having a systematic, scientific and comprehensive assessment for children with autism. Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist (ATEC) is used as a dynamic assessment of the training effect in order to ensure the effectiveness of the rehabilitation training for autistic children. The application enhances the efficiency of the evaluation of autistic children, solves the problem of expert resource shortage, facilitates a rapid development of the rehabilitation and the career of children with autism, and makes sure that all the children could grow up happily and healthily. This system implements an automated system via online appointment and SMS notification as a reminder to improve the efficiency of work in the centre. The system also supports localization so that a quick press of a button could produce a report in the native language using a rule based translation system. A combination of patient data analysis is also provided to have a quick view on the category of ATEC using different demographic criteria. The benefit that could be gained are this Web-based system would be helpful for evaluating the quality of assessment of the autistic child and also enhances the quality of health care service, providing a higher satisfaction and greater compliance for autism society.
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