To deepen our understanding of the difficulties with touch affecting children with ASD, we examined children’s responses to touch on the face, hands and other areas. Touch is the sense that initiates social development in early life. It is touch on the face that stimulates the child to look at the face and listen to the voice of another person. And it is by engaging in face-to-face interaction that children first learn social and nonverbal communication skills. Read the published report.
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