The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.

Working With Children With Autism

2000s
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An occupational therapist working with a child with autism.

Kristen Masci, MS, OTR/L, director of Skills on the Hill in Washington, DC, shows how occupational therapy plays a role in autism intervention in private clinics. Masci asks Josh to clap the bubbles while bouncing on a therapy ball to increase his sitting balance and trunk stability so he will be able to sit in a chair and pay attention in future classrooms

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