This video is about occupational therapists (OTs) working with children with autism spectrum disorder or ASD. Children with ASD might see an OT at hospital, at a clinic, at home or at preschool or school. In this video an OT describes how she helps children with ASD develop skills for play, self-care and social situations.
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