The Development and Evaluation of the Feasibility, Appropriateness and Preliminary Effectiveness of a School-Based Intervention to Improve the School Participation and Connectedness of Primary School Students on the Autism Spectrum and their Typically Developing Peers.
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The feasibility, appropriateness, and preliminary effectiveness of a novel school-based intervention that aims to improve the school participation and connectedness of primary school students on the autism spectrum and their typically developing peers was evaluated in this research. Study findings suggest the intervention is feasible and appropriate, and shows promise in improving the self-report school engagement of all student participants and the classroom participation and subjective school experiences of students on the autism spectrum.
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