Using Technology Tools and Strategies to Increase Participation for Individuals with ASD
Contribution to a Book
Autism Across the Lifespan
Renee Watling and Susan L. Spitzer
ASD is a common developmental disability, currently identified in 1 of 59 children in the United States and occurring across all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. Occupational therapy clinicians must have thorough knowledge of factors related to ASD, human function and performance, occupation across multiple contexts, and the interactions among them to make sound intervention decisions. New to this edition ofAutism Across the Lifespan is broadened discussion of ASD across the ages and stages of life, from early childhood to adulthood and aging. Aligned with current evidence and the OTPF, this text empowers clinicians to meet the diverse and unique needs of clients with ASD.
American Occupational Therapy Association
Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Occupational Therapy
Hess, Laura Greiss and Lemons Chitwood, Kerrie, "Using Technology Tools and Strategies to Increase Participation for Individuals with ASD" (2018). Faculty Authored Books and Book Contributions. 138.