Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Group Recreational Activity Are Both Beneficial for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
This online article summarizes a research study which found that both cognitive-behavioural therapy and group recreational activities were effective in increasing the self-reported quality of life and psychological well-being of adults with autism.
The Autism Spectrum Disorders Treatment and Care Research group, based out of York University, writes summaries of research studies on autism and developmental disabilities to inform parents, individuals with autism, practitioners, and the general public on recent findings about autism.
This online article is in English
Chair in Autism Spectrum Disorders Treatment and Care Research
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