Year of Publication
Date of Thesis
Master of Science
Autistic children -- Rehabilitation; Massage therapy; Sensorimotor integration; Occupational therapy for children
This single-subject ABA study evaluated the effectiveness of providing proprioceptive input through touch therapy to reduce the incidence of self-stimulatory and off-task behavior in a seven year-old child with autism.
[This is an excerpt from the abstract. For the complete abstract, please see the document.]
Fisher, Neva, "Effectiveness of touch therapy in decreasing self-stimulatory and off-task behavior in children with autism" (2005). Ithaca College Theses. Paper 88.