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Kampo medicine is an ancient Japanese system of medicine that uses a wide variety of methods for diagnosing and treating many different medical conditions.
Kanner's syndrome is another term for autistic disorder, which is a form of autism.
Kaplan lenses, another term for ambient prism lenses, are used to help improve ambient vision, the visual system related to spatial organisation.
Karate is a martial art which uses a variety of striking techniques, including punching, kicking, knee and elbow strikes.
KASPAR is a child-sized robot designed for use as a social mediator, encouraging and helping children with autism to interact and communicate with adults and other children.
Kata is a system of basic body positioning and movement exercises, as in karate or judo.
Keppra is a brand name for levetiracetam, a type of anticonvulsant, a group of drugs which aim to prevent or reduce the severity of seizures.
Ketipinor is a brand name for quetiapine, a type of antipsychotic drug sometimes used to treat challenging behaviours in people on the autism spectrum.
Keto diet is another term for the ketogenic diet, a high fat, adequate protein, low carbohydrate diet designed to mimic many of the biochemical changes associated with prolonged starvation.
Ketoconazole is a type of antifungal medication sold under a variety of brand names including Nizoral.
Ketosis is a metabolic state which occurs when the liver converts fat into fatty acids and ketone bodies which can be used by the body for energy.
|Keyhole Early Intervention||
The Keyhole Early Intervention programme is a multi-component early intervention programme for preschool children with autism.
Klamath weed is another term for St. John's Wort, a plant used to treat a range of conditions including depression.
Klonopin is a brand name for clonazepam, a type of anticonvulsant, a group of drugs which aim to prevent or reduce the severity of seizures.
KONTAKT is the German name for the Frankfurt Social Skills Training progamme, a social skills group for children and adolescents on the autism spectrum.
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