Monday, May 05, 2008

School offers hope to those with severe autism

Amy O'Dell's school may or may not transform the brains of autistic kids. At the moment, its techniques are more art than science.
Georgia-based Jacob's Ladder has been helping children with neurological disorders for nearly a decade. Founder Amy O'Dell uses therapy -- intensive sensory and motor-skills training, which although they have not been proven in clinical trials, have shown some scientific validity, according to this article. Forbes

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