OT for students with Tourette syndrome

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This article (from the National Tourette Syndrome Association) explores why occupational therapy can be very helpful to many students with Tourette, especially those with fine motor difficulties that affect their ability to write, those who react strongly to sensory inputs (e.g., noises that are too loud), and those with tactile sensitivity (e.g., sensitivity to fabrics and textures). (posted November 5, 2012)


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