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occupational-therapyOccupational therapy focuses on building daily living skills. Since many people with autism have delays in fine motor skills, occupational therapy can be very important. Occupational therapists may also have training in sensory integration therapy - a technique which may help autistic people manage hypersensitivity to sound, light, and touch.

Some of the most popular thrapies in this area are:

  • Sensory-Based Antecedent Interventions.
  • Sensory Gyms, Academics, and Growing Minds.
  • The Sensory Learning Program.
  • Berard Auditory Integration Training

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