6/6/2013

Boys with autism who participated in sensory enrichment sessions for six months had better outcomes than those in standard behavioral treatment, according to a small study in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience. Forty-two percent of boys in the enrichment group showed improvements in how they related to other individuals and reacted to sights and sounds, compared to 7% in the standard treatment group.

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