Children & Youth Concurrent 201: From Evidence to Practice: An Effective Qigong Sensory Treatment Early Intervention Home Program for Young Children With Autism
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Concurrent 201: From Evidence to Practice: An Effective Qigong Sensory Treatment Early Intervention Home Program for Young Children With Autism
Orit Tal-Atzili, OTD, OTR/L, Montgomery County Infants and Toddlers Program, Rockville, MD Contributing Author: Joyce Salls
Research evidence suggests that Qigong Sensory Training (QST), a tactile intervention for children on the autism spectrum, is effective in normalizing sensory processing and self-regulation, and decreasing autism severity and parenting stress. This session will provide participants with knowledge about the current literature on QST, and the results of a QST pilot study with children with autism in an early intervention program. Implications for occupational therapy practice will be discussed.