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Early focus on gross motor skills may benefit children with autism

In children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), lower fine and gross motor skills are associated with higher disease severity scores, according to new research that supports the concept of earlier motor skills intervention in this population.

By Shalmali Pal

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Posted in 2014, August, Pediatric Clinical News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Early research characterizes gait associated with autism

Results could have clinical implications

Little research has been published about gait patterns in children with autism, but that could be changing. One recently published study, although small, appears to lay the foundation for more focused research and could have clinical implications as well.

By Larry Hand

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Posted in Pediatric Clinical News, 2011, July | Tagged , , | Leave a comment