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Positioning of Korean immigrant parents of children with autism spectrum disorder on physical education programming in the United States
An important goal for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is to increase physical activity participation as it has been documented that physical activity participation for children with ASD is significantly lower ...
Effectiveness of video modeling on motor performance for children with autism spectrum disorder
The newly adopted Every Student Succeeds Act (Lam, Mercer, Podolsky, & Darling-Hammond, 2016) requires that school districts use evidence-based practices for student outcomes. Evidence-based practices are based on supported ...
Assessing pragmatic language in children through a brief assessment of idiom comprehension: a pilot study
The purpose of this study was to assess pragmatic language in children within a clinical population (i.e., children with ASD and ADHD) and nonclinical population (i.e., typically developing children) by using a newly formed ...
Postural control in children with Autism
This dissertation investigated how balance and postural stability in children with autism spectrum disorders differed from age matched children in three related studies. The clinical balance assessment, the Multi-Directional ...
A phenomenological study of parents of autistic children’s experiences with safety
Autism is a complex problem with a significant global burden with increasing prevalence. Autism is a complex disorder with varying presentations. Autistic children are most often cared for by parents who, at the time their ...
Exploring parental resilience and the Autism Spectrum Disorder using the 2011 National Survey of Children's Health
Abstract James C. Lawhorn JR., Exploring parental resilience and the Autism Spectrum Disorder using the 2011 National Survey of Children’s Health December 2019 This study studied the relationship between ...