Review: Sensory-integration therapy not effective for ASD

11/20/2012 | Disability Scoop

Researchers say sensory-integration therapy shows no benefits for children with autism spectrum disorder. They reviewed 25 studies on the therapy and found most studies showed no evidence that the therapy reduced a child with ASD's sensitivity to stimuli. The analysis was published in the journal Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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