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The Classroom Sensory Environment Assessment (C-SEA) allows teachers to examine the sensory aspects of classroom tasks and environments. The purpose is to assist in determining ways to modify tasks and environments to improve engagement and reduce problem behaviors in elementary school students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.


Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 94th Annual Conference & Expo April 3-6, 2014, Baltimore, Maryland.

This research was partially funded by a 2012-13 University Research/Creativity Grant (URCG) of Sacred Heart University, Connecticut.

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AOTA 94th Annual Conference & Expo

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Baltimore, MD

AOTA 2014 references.docx (17 kB)



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