Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
...in a situation with parents and children working well within a team attending to the full range of difficulties, and the OT determines that some sensory integration techniques would be helpful, this would be a useful support to both children and family.
Good Autism Practice (GAP)
This is a very useful book for any staff involved in teaching students on the autism spectrum. Its strength is its easy-to-read structure and the engaging illustrations, lists and notes. It meets the needs of many students and adults who find it hard to understand and cope with competition and unstructured events. I can strongly recommend this book to pupils between the ages of 6 and 13 years. It is a good idea for teachers or parents to read it to children and allow them to participate in the activities. It is also a good read for children who do not have Asperger's syndrome as it will help to develop their awareness.