Music Therapy Found to Be of Little Help

from Autism Eye

The researchers, based in Norway, came to their conclusion after studying 364 children with the condition. They randomly assigned half of the children to enhanced standard care for five months. This included intensive behaviour therapy, speech therapy, sensory motor therapy and medication. They assigned the other 182 children to enhanced standard care, plus improvisational music therapy.

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