National Autism Resources, also known as NationalAutismResources.com, provides cost-effective, research-based therapeutic tools that meet the needs of people on the autism spectrum across their lifespan. NationalAutismResources.com provides school districts, hospitals, therapy centers, family members, and individuals of the autism community with effective tools that improve the independence and quality of life for people on the autism spectrum.
For instance, NationalAutismResources.com carries sensory items such as suspended swings, fidget items, and large therapy balls, which, when integrated into a sensory program throughout a child’s day, are shown to lead to improvements in an individual’s goal attainment, self-care, and social activities. As another example, NationalAutismResources.com supplies visual/hands-on learning materials such as tactile (tangible) letters and sand trays to teach reading and spelling/writing. When an active learning approach (touch and create rather than just sit and listen) is used to teach individuals on the autism spectrum, research shows a positive affect on learning outcomes.
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Here are some more examples of products carried by NationalAutismResources.com.
NationalAutismResources.com solely focuses on the needs of the autism community and provides a wide selection of evidence-based products. They offer classroom supports, along with a line for occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, and behavior specialists. If there is an intervention tool you need they can source it or develop it for you.
NationalAutismResources.com currently has an A rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). BBB ratings represent the BBB’s opinion of how a particular business is likely to interact with its customers. The BBB rating is based on information the BBB is able to obtain about the business, directly from the business itself and from public data sources.
National Autism Resources
77 Solano Square #308
Benicia, CA 94510
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