Restricted, Repetitive Behaviors & Interests
Symptoms present during early developmental period (usually prior to age 3)
Must cause significant impairment in functioning
Symptoms not better explained by Intellectual Disability alone
Social/Communication (Social Comms Issues), Stimms/SOS, Early Dev (b4 3), Functioning Impaired Significantly (FIS), ID alone cant explain (ID insufficient)
· Lack social & emotional reciprocity; either don't look you in the eye or assume an eye-to-eye gaze (looking right through you).
· Not interested in others, shared play, or imaginative play.
· Smiling is limited.
· Lack the emotional and social interaction skills to pick up on emotional signals sent to them, and they don't send signals.
· Lack empathy
· Often walk on their tiptoes.
· Insistence on sameness, inflexible adherence to routines.
· Highly restricted, fixated interests which are abnormal either in their intensity or focus.
· Hyper-sensitivity to specific sounds, textures, smells, sights (lights), or movement. May experience being touched as painful, often can't tolerate labels on clothing.
Includes Sensory Over-Selectivity and Self-Stimulatory Behaviors (sometimes referred to as Stimming):
Self-Stimulatory Behaviors (sometimes referred to as Stimming): Repetitive movements such as moving hands across eyes, staring at lights, smelling certain things, rocking, head banging, rubbing something silky (pantyhose, silk blouse).
Sets found in the same folder
Purpose: Use an annual report to identify a company’s plant assets and the depreciation method used.
Address: www.annualreports.com, or go to www.wiley.com/college/kimmel
- Select a particular company.
- Search by company name.
- Follow instructions below.
Answer the following questions.
(c) At fiscal year-end, what is the net amount of its plant assets?
Security Interests. Nick Sabol, doing business in the recording industry as Sound Farm Productions, applied to Morton Community Bank for a loan to expand his business. Besides the loan application, Sabol signed a promissory note that referred to the bank's rights in "any collateral." Sabol also signed a letter authorizing Morton Community Bank to execute, file, and record all financing statements, amendments, and other documents required by Article to establish a security interest. Sabol did not sign any other documents, including the financing statement, which contained a description of the collateral. Two years later, without having repaid the loan, Sabol filed for bankruptcy. The bank claimed a security interest in Sabol's sound equipment. (See Creation of a Security Interest.)
(a) The first group will list all the requirements of an enforceable security interest and explain why each of these elements is necessary.
(b) The second group will determine if Morton Community Bank had a valid security interest.
(c) The third group will discuss whether a bank should be able to execute financing statements on a debtor's behalf without the debtor being present or signing them. Are there are any drawbacks to this practice? Explain.
The cash account for Inky’s Bike Co. at July , , indicated a balance of . During July, the total cash deposited was , and checks written totaled $16,750$ on July . Comparing the bank statement, the canceled checks, and the accompanying memos with the records revealed the following reconciling items:
a. Checks outstanding totaled .
b. A deposit of , representing receipts of July , had been made too late to appear on the bank statement.
c. The bank had collected for Inky’s Bike Co. on a note left for collection. The face of the note was .
d. A check for returned with the statement had been incorrectly charged by the bank as .
e. A check for returned with the statement had been recorded by Inky’s Bike Co. as . The check was for the payment of an obligation to Ranchwood Co. on account.
f. Bank service charges for July amounted to . g. A check for from Hallock Co. was returned by the bank because of insufficient funds.
. Prepare a bank reconciliation as of July .
. Journalize the necessary entries. The accounts have not been closed.