Date Presented 04/04/19
This study explores whether sensorimotor strategies embedded in activity in a classroom have an effect on attention and in-seat behaviors in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder. Providing sensorimotor strategies in the classroom experience can give children the opportunity to increase participation and self-regulatory behavior while improving attention for optimal performance in the least restrictive environment.
Primary Author and Speaker: Ashley Blough
Additional Authors and Speakers: Jeryl Benson, Elena Donoso Brown
Contributing Authors: Debbie Smitsky