Occupational Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology: Collaboration Within Transdisciplinary Teams to Improve Communication in Children With an Autism Spectrum Disorder
Although it is the primary role of the speech-language pathologist (SLP) to provide intervention for social-communicative functioning, the occupational therapist has discipline-specific knowledge that may enhance the effectiveness of the SLP's intervention.
Audet, L.R., Mann, D.J., & Miller-Kuhaneck, H. (2004). Occupational therapy and speech-language pathology: Collaboration within transdisciplinary teams to improve communication in children with an autism spectrum disorder. In Miller-Kuhaneck, H. (Ed.). Autism: A comprehensive occupational therapy approach (2nd ed.). (pp. 275-307). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.
Autism: A comprehensive occupational therapy approach
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American Occupational Therapy Association