The Parent's Guide to Occupational Therapy for Autism & Other Special Needs - Book
This handy book outlines in a nutshell things that paediatric OT's would be observing when assessing and planning interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and related special needs.
It explains clearly skill development of core muscles and reflexes, motor, feeding and oral motor, as well as difficulties with transitions, social interactions and toilet training.
Structured in a question and answer format "why does my child avoid affection from me or others?", "what is W sitting?", "why does my older child drool?", "why does my child only eat one or two foods?", "why is my child making so many odd noises with his mouth"...