Weighted Items and Autism
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Related Other Reading
Autism Society Canada (2008)
A warning about weighted blankets: Memo to all Autism Society Canada members.
Autism Society Canada
Honaker D., , Rossi L. (2005)
Proprioception and participation at school: are weighted vests effective. Appraising the evidence, part I.
Sensory Integration Special Interest Section Quarterly.
Losinski M., Sanders S., Wiseman N. M. (2016)
Examining the use of deep touch pressure to improve the educational performance of students with disabilities: A meta-analysis.
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities.
Morrison E. E. (2007)
A review of research on the use of weighted vests with children on the autism spectrum.
Olson L. J., Moulton H. J. (2004)
Use of weighted vests in pediatric occupational therapy practice.
Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics.
Stephenson J., Carter M. (2008)
The use of weighted vests with children with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Taylor C. J.
A systematic review of weighted vests with individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
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