Sensory Integration Therapy and Autism

It seems that Sensory Integration is making a come-back as a potential treatment for autistic kids, according to a study from Thomas Jefferson University.  On one level, it makes some sense, given a recent study reported here which noted the cross-messages between language and sensations in autistic kids.  What do  you think?

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