Date Presented 03/26/20

Attention, sensory processing, and social skills each represent targets for OT intervention in ASD, and understanding the complex interrelationships between these constructs will allow therapists to design more efficient interventions. Study results indicate that sensory processing, specifically low registration, fully mediated the relationship between attentional abilities and social responsiveness in 24 young adults with ASD and 24 age-matched neurotypical peers.

Primary Author and Speaker: Jewel Crasta

Additional Authors and Speakers: Patricia Davies

Contributing Authors: William Gavin

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