Tuesday, May 30, 2006

AUTISM: Therapy soothes children with sensory overload disorder

From the CEC Smart Brief:

As experts debate whether sensory processing disorder should be considered separate from ADHD and autism, some therapists say intensive sessions can help children with the condition better cope with their environment. The parents of a toddler with the disorder credit rehabilitation and gymnastics with easing his distress over taking a bath and getting dressed. The News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Ind.) (5/30)

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