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A pragmatic Randomised Controlled Trial of Sensory Integration Therapy versus usual care for sensory processing difficulties in Autism Spectrum Disorder in children: impact on behavioural difficulties, adaptive skills and socialisation (SenITA)

Project title: A pragmatic Randomised Controlled Trial of Sensory Integration Therapy versus usual care for sensory processing difficulties in Autism Spectrum Disorder in children: impact on behavioural difficulties, adaptive skills and socialisation (SenITA)

Call to action: 15/106 15/106 Sensory integration therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Rachel McNamaraORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-7280-1611

Contractor: Cardiff University

Cost: £1,193,553.14

Co-investigators: Dr David Gillespie, Dr Lucy Brookes-Howell, Dr Renee Romeo, Miss Elizabeth Randell, Mrs Gemma Warren, Ms Anne Marie McKigney, Ms Jacqui Thornton, Ms Kathryn Smith, Ms Sue Delport, Professor Alka Ahuja, Professor Martin Knapp, Professor Monica Busse, Professor Richard Hastings.

Started: January 2017 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 14716440

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