Study: Autistic Boys Receiving Sensory-Motor Enrichment Therapy Show More Improvement than Those Without
Traditional therapies for autism have been in place for a while, but we’re only beginning to skim the surface of autism. We are still not completely sure of why it happens. Or how it’s best treated. Granted, we do have some ideas, but there is still so much left to learn. This couldn’t be more apparent after researchers took a look at the effects of sensory-motor enrichment therapy on autistic boys.