Study links better motor skills to improved behaviors in children with autism

09/26/2013 | DailyRx.com

Children with autism who have stronger fine motor skills have better social and communication skills, and those with better fine or gross motor skills have better daily living skills, according to a study in Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. The findings imply motor skills should be considered and included in early intervention programs, the researchers wrote.

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