Daily Life Therapy and Autism
This online article describes and evaluates Daily Life Therapy, an approach which provides specialized education to children on the autism spectrum. The therapy focuses on physical activity, emotional stability, and intellectual stimulation.
The article notes that very little research has been conducted to investigate the effects of Daily Life Therapy. Thus, the article concludes that the effectiveness of the approach has neither been proven nor disproven, and it suggests that further research would be justified.
Research Autism was a charity funding research in autism interventions. Research Autism’s information services have been absorbed by the National Autistic Society (NAS). Founded in 1962, the NAS “provide[s] information, support and pioneering services, and campaign[s] for a better world for autistic people. [Website]
This online article is in English
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